We had the huge privilege to be part of Steve Young’s Podcast on Appmasters.co. Throughout this insightful discussion, Steve and Laurie, content strategist at AppTweak, talk about App Store Optimization (ASO). Useful tips and advices are on the menu. Listen to the Podcast right away. Steve Young Laurie Galazzo If you’re developing an app or if you’re an app marketer, you should definitely get started with App Store Optimization. ASO can drastically improve your app discoverability and …
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|Apple||Medical||3.2||May 02, 2013||4.48|
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Version 3.2 released on May 02, 2013
- myDrugCosts integration, helping to make cost-informed decisions about prescription drugs - Faster search results - Search history - Selection of certain drugs is no longer disabled - Med Box alarm/reminders - Profile printout now in landscape - Usability improvements (esp. iPad) - All new Help section including video tutorials - Re-ordering tabs (iPhone/iPod) or sections (iPad) - Med Check results now include brand and generic drug names - Other various stability improvements/enhancements Note: The next update scheduled in a few weeks will focus on adding/editing drug information.
Version 3.2.1 released on May 07, 2013
Bug Fixes: - Tapping on a drug no longer crashes app (iOS 5) - Orientation/Rotation fixes (iOS 5) - Med Check from within Med Box is now dismissible (iPad) - Video tutorials are full screen (iPad) - myDrugCosts℠ coupon links load correctly - Med Box stability improvements What's New in Version 3.2? - myDrugCosts integration, helping to make cost-informed decisions about prescription drugs - Faster search results - Search history - Selection of certain drugs is no longer disabled - Med Box alarm/reminders - Profile printout now in landscape - Usability improvements (esp. iPad) - All new Help section including video tutorials - Re-ordering tabs (iPhone/iPod) or sections (iPad) - Med Check results now include brand and generic drug names - Other various stability improvements/enhancements Note: The next update scheduled in a few weeks will focus on adding/editing drug information.
Version 3.2.2 released on June 13, 2013
Drug Updates - All published FDA labeling changes through June 1st, 2013. - About 20 new drugs added. - All new generics properly updated. - More drug updates coming soon! Blog Posts From The Founder of PocketPharmacist - Read about drug-related topics from a unique point of view. - Have a specific topic you'd like discussed? Send it along! Bug Fixes - Fixed a memory leak that could cause a random crash (affecting ~1% of users). - Activating or deleting a Past Medication within Med Box, while the keyboard is showing, will no longer result in a crash. - Emailing/Printing Online Resources from within Search History no longer results in a crash. - More reliable syncing of Med Data from one device to another. - Other miscellaneous stability improvements.
Version 3.2.3 released on June 25, 2013
- Setting a Med Box password no longer results in a crash. - Fixed a crash that could occur while performing a spelling suggestion.
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Drug Information, Interaction Checker, and Medication Organizer - Featuring Pharmacist summarized drug information on the top 1,550+ medications in the United States (growing each month). - Featuring Interaction Check, the groundbreaking new way to automatically check for interactions, overlapping side effects and precautions. - Featuring Med Box, the easiest to use medication organizer and reminder. _______________________ - Created by a Clinical Pharmacist (Doctor of Pharmacy). - Voted #1 Pharmacy App (best drug information app) by iPhone Life Magazine. - 1,400+ user reviews averaging 4.5 out of 5.0 stars. - Internet connection not required. - Unbiased drug information (zero pharmaceutical sponsorship). - Perfect for individuals, caregivers, physicians, nurses, students, and other healthcare professionals. _______________________ The founder of PocketPharmacist holds a Doctor of Pharmacy degree and is a licensed Pharmacist. Our primary goal is to to help people better understand and manage their (patient's) medications. When we summarize a medication for PocketPharmacist, we are extremely careful to only include the information that we would want our families and friends to focus on. Therefore, you can be confident that you are not getting bogged down with unnecessary information. Interaction Check, is a groundbreaking new way to ensure medication compatibility. It automatically alerts you to potentially life-saving interactions, precautions and side effects for two or more medications. Best of all, Interaction Check is easy to use AND understand. PocketPharmacist also features the easiest to use medication organizer, Med Box. Med Box keeps track of your medications, allergies, medical conditions, Doctors and pharmacies. It is great for: - Organizing medication lists for your parents, your clients, or yourself. - Setting alarms/reminders for when to take medications. - Answering the age old question, "Did I already take/give ________?". - Determining compatibility between current, or newly prescribed, medications. For less than the price of a cup of coffee you can put a stop to medication confusion. Don't hesitate and download the best drug information app now! _______________________ For more information about the best drug info app, visit danike.com
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