Human Body Detectives today announces Battle With The Bugs 2.4.1, their educational and entertaining iPad app. Authored by Dr. Heather Manley, kids ages 6 to 10 will love this series of award winning educational adventure stories which follow two “Human Body Detectives”, Merrin and Pearl, who magically enter different systems in the body to solve a health mystery and learn a bit of nutrition along the way.
HYBSW today announces MedsList 1.4 for iOS, a major update to their Medical app that allows users to easily keep a record of every prescription medication taken, the dosage, frequency, and the prescribing physician. In addition, the app keeps track of patient allergies, as well as foods, drugs, and activities to avoid when taking a particular medication. Users may enter, modify, and delete data from the following personalized lists: Medication, History, Avoid, Allergies, and Sort by time of day.
Cairo-based development team, iPharaohs today releases Egyptian Revolution (25 Jan) 1.0, their new egyptian revolution game for iOS devices. Egyptian Revolution offers a great gaming experience, featuring a combination of real photos from Tahrir Square that are displayed between the levels. The game play itself is about the conflicts that happened between the police and the protesters during the 25 Jan revolution. Two game modes of 14 levels each all happening in Cairo around Tahrir Square.
Toca Boca releases their latest interactive app toy for kids, Toca Doctor 1.0, an interactive and fun exploration of a trip to the doctors office. The world of medicine and the figure of the doctor both fascinate, and causes some distress to little children. The app is more than just a game, but an interactive digital toy that allows children to explore bumps, bruises and broken bones in a fun and creative environment.
Blue Whale Web Solutions, a leading interactive firm specializing in iPhone and iPad application development, announced today updates to the Motion Doctor iPad app. Built with Conshohocken Physical Therapy, a leading practice located outside of Philadelphia, the Motion Doctor app is a video-enabled reference tool for consumers, patients and physical therapy practitioners. Motion Doctor Includes Over 60 Videos.
Viaden Mobile today introduces Pocket Doctor 1.0, an effective health guide for iOS devices. Pocket Doctor helps provide quick assistance in detecting health disorders. With this application users can get a clear picture about their condition and easily start early disease management. By answering yes/no to the questions about a current health condition, a user quickly gets a preliminary diagnosis, learns which healthcare specialist to turn to for help and what drugs can be used for treatment.
UK based independent developer Paul Gee today announces WhoNews 1.8 for the iPhone and iPod touch devices. WhoNews collates the latest news on Doctor Who, Torchwood and the Sarah Jane Adventures from over 30 of the top Doctor Who websites every 15 minutes, 24 hours a day. This is coupled with a built in DVD and Blu ray, Games, Books and CD price comparison tool that tracks down the lowest prices for Doctor Who goods from the top internet retailers.
Conshohocken Physical Therapy, Inc. and Blue Whale Web Solutions, Inc. today announces Motion Doctor 1.0, a breakthrough Physical Therapy iPad app aimed at injury and pain prevention. Motion Doctor contains over 60 high quality videos that serve as a reference of exercises categorized by body part, activity, sport and occupation. It can also be used by Physical Therapists as a reference tool, showing patients how to properly perform exercises at home.
UK based independent developer Paul Gee today announced that from Thursday December 9 to Thursday December 23 all profits from the Doctor Who iPhone news app WhoNews with be donated to the Cure Leukaemia, which supports the work of the Haematology Centre at the University Hospital Birmingham. WhoNews is an iPhone app that keeps Doctor Who fans all over the world up to date with the latest news, gossip and spoilers on the worlds longest running science fiction series.
UK based independent developer Paul Gee today announced that from Tueday November 23 to Thursday December 23 all profits from the Doctor Who iPhone news app WhoNews with be donated to the Make-A-Wish Foundation, an organisation which grants wishes to children and young people with life threatening conditions. WhoNews collates the latest news on Doctor Who, Torchwood and the Sarah Jane Adventures from over 30 of the top Doctor Who websites every 15 minutes, 24 hours a day.
Virginia based Vito Technology today announces “Family Doctor – Symptoms and Diagnosis”, a new family friendly app for iOS. Family Doctor reproduces the popular symptoms checker book ”Home Adviser” with interactive features that make it easy and fun to use. The 150 easy-to-follow symptom charts will help you determine the importance of your symptom: whether it is a minor disease that can be treated with self-measures or something more serious requiring immediate doctor’s interference.