Today we’re having the pleasure to read Peter Godtfredsen’s answers on our App Store Optimization (ASO) interview. Peter founded Mobtimizers together with Brian Kjaerulff, another of our ASO experts. Read his app marketing tips below! 1. Tell us a bit about yourself and your company? I’ve always strived for a creative outlet in my work, beginning with music and art and moving onto design and data analysis. Joining forces with my business partner Brian Kjaerulff, …
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Version 2.1 released on November 23, 2015
* Added Micromedex as a drug reference website * General crash and bugfixes
Version 2 released on January 17, 2015
- Support for iOS 8 - Support for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus - User interface improvements
Version 1.5.1 released on December 17, 2012
Version 1.5: New: App now runs on the iPhone too. New: List of drugs to easily find mechanisms This version contains crash and bug fixes.
Version 1.5 released on November 28, 2012
New: App now runs on the iPhone too. New: List of drugs to easily find mechanisms
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The Teaching Resource Centre (TRC) Pharmacology is meant for medical students, but also very useful for any health care professional. The TRC provides basic pharmacological knowledge: pharmacodynamics, pharmacokinetics, and drug mechanisms in context of (patho)physiology. Each topic includes graphic(s) in the TRC icon language, explanatory texts and questions with feedback. The TRC covers most relevant drugs prescribed in Europe. Each drug topic has references to the Dutch national formulary (Farmacotherapeutisch Kompas) or the British National Formulary. The TRC can be used as a reference or as self-study tool during courses throughout the medical curriculum. The TRC helps students to obtain pharmacological knowledge providing a consistent, user friendly, recognizable, and structured presentation in order to optimize learning efficiency. We strive to make this application the best resource for mechanisms of drug action in the context of physiology and pathophysiology by creating each topic in cooperation with an expert from the field. Graphics, texts, questions, and other reference data are provided to enhance the understanding of the user. The App is kept up to date with the newest drugs and thus updated regularly.
TRC Pharmacology Ranking History | Medical
TRC Pharmacology daily app ranking in Medical category for the last 30 days.
TRC Pharmacology Worldwide Rankings | Medical
TRC Pharmacology rankings per country in Medical category.
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Today’s guest post is brought to us by Steve Young, indie app developer and founder of AppMasters.co. Don’t hesitate to download his free App Marketing Resource Kit to maximize your app traction. In this article, you will discover his 7 step process to boost your app downloads through media coverage. Find out Steve’s tips & tricks to get your app covered by big publications. Did you know that getting press coverage for your app launch can drive …