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.
Sydney based Aspyre Apps today announces MyMoodTracker 3.0, a significant update to their popular health and fitness app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. MyMoodTracker has evolved from a simple mood logging application to an exhaustive set of tools for keeping track of an individual’s mental state. The latest update brings a completely new interface, improvements to user workflow, and significant performance gains.
In coordination with Concord Hospital urologist Dr. Ronald Yap, 9magnets LLC has developed Prostate Pal 2 and Bladder Buddy. Each application is a simple, intuitive way for the user to keep up with their urinary health, within a set of free iOS applications. While medical software can often be expensive and difficult to understand. Eliminating cost and complexity were two goals of the project, allowing for users to pick up their iPhone or iPod touch and immediately make use of the application.
In coordination with Concord Hospital urologist Dr. Ronald Yap, 9magnets LLC has developed Prostate Pal 1.0, an intuitive iPhone application to help men monitor their prostate health. A voiding diary, AUA test, and PSA score tracker help men use their iOS device to take control of their own health. Through intuitive interface design paired with code optimized for speed and fluidity, prostate health patients have access to a leading iOS application without cost.
SayMedicine today released its second update to their popular medical pronunciation application. The SayMedicine: Medical Pronunciations application for iPhone and iPad is designed for healthcare workers and students who are looking to enhance their medical vocabulary. Easily lookup the correct pronunciation of drug names, diseases, bacteria names, and other challenging terms. The update now includes an iPad version and support for iPhone 4 retina display.
London-based software innovator, App Moments today announces Diet Butler 1.2 an update to their daily food notification/alarm and virtual fridge for iOS devices. With relative ease, Diet Butler provides users with the power to better manage their caloric intake, eating patterns and meal planning. Version 1.2 features a host of design enhancements with a significant improvement in speed. Users can now experience a much more enhanced input interface, and superior ease of use.
UK based developer Appnoose is aiming to help encourage more fitness newbies to stick to their new years resolutions for getting into shape with a staggered price sale for 1 day. ITGO – Interval Trainer GO is a dedicated interval signaling application specifically designed to offer advanced user controlled signaling. With its dual music playlists, audio prompts and visual stimulus, ITGO can really inspire you to get moving without feeling like a chore.
Clinically Relevant Technologies today released their Mobile Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapy app suite for all iOS platforms, on the heels of an industry pushing mobile devices in medical education and corporate clinical use. The applications are designed for clinicians, teachers, and students who use OMT. With nearly 150 techniques and high quality video, this series aims to lead the change in clinical education delivery.
California based Alt12 Apps today releases Pink Pad 1.0 for iOS. A central health hub for women, users can track health related issues while connecting to a global community for support and information exchange. Like realistically flipping through pages in a journal, Pink Pad’s unique notepad planner makes navigation intuitive. Pink Pad includes a visual calendar and a journal that enables users to track their health progress by documenting daily emotions and mood, symptoms and weight change.
Sydney based Mogeneration today announced that Carter’s Encyclopedia of Health and Medical has entered the Top 10 in the book category for paid iPad apps. As of April 3rd the app has charted as high as number 4 in the US and number 3 in Australia. The app covers the definitions and explanations of every medical term and health problem likely to be encountered by an individual, and should be detailed enough to cover all the information a nurse or paramedic is ever likely to need.
UK based MMISoftware today announces bodyCal2 1.0, a health and fitness calculator and tracker for the Apple iPad. bodyCal2 takes advantage of the large touch sensitive screen of the iPad to provide a body mass index and basal metabolic rate calculator, plus data summary, and data tracking. With bodyCal2 you can track your BMI and BMR over time as part of your general health and fitness, and as part of your weight control regime.