Abe Balsamo & Co. today announces Arrhythmias 1.4, an update to their proprietary medical app for iOS devices. Arrhythmias helps to diagnose and treat very complicated medical problems, allowing medical practitioners to make quick, informed, peer-reviewed decisions that are in line with the standards of care. Listed in the Top 100 Medical App, all information within Arrhythmias is cited with links to original and compiled research.
Washington based developer Sean Berry today announces Algebra Touch 1.2 for iOS, an update to his educational iPhone and iPad app for learning and practicing algebra. Algebra Touch features 20 interactive lesson topics and the ability to create unlimited new problems. All actions and responses are touch activated and animated. The update offers more advanced algebra lessons, with new support for distribution, factoring out expressions, and the associated complexity boost.
Plum Amazing today announces SpeechMaker 1.0 for iPad. SpeechMaker is designed to give students, teachers, politicians, lecturers or any kind of speech maker everything needed to create, practice, hear and give speeches. It can archive thousands of speeches and is more versatile and lighter then a teleprompter. SpeechMaker comes with a number of famous speeches built in, some include the original audio. SpeechMaker can import and export the text and audio of speeches in a variety of ways.
iSlice Golf company is pleased to announce the release and worldwide availability of iSlice Golf, the first app dedicated to fixing the number one fault in golf – the slice. Using the iPhone’s accelerometer iSlice Golf allows users to practice their golf swing and receive feedback on swing plane and clubface angles at six critical positions. The app discloses the importance of a neutral grip, the correct hand and forearm motion, explains what an on plane swing feels like and many other things.
Washington based developer Sean Berry today announces Algebra Touch 1.1 for iOS, an update to his educational app for learning and practicing algebra. Particular attention has been given to the user interface, making usage so intuitive that solving math problems feels more like a game than an academic exercise. The app features 17 interactive lesson topics plus practice problems, and the ability to create unlimited new problems. All actions and responses are touch activated and animated.
Independent developer Esa Helttula has released Column Subtraction 1.4, an update to the popular educational math app for iPhone and iPod touch. Column Subtraction 1.4 allows the user to teach and study column subtraction problems step by step and animates all the steps. The user can now input custom numbers or use random problems like before. The app is easy to use and it has an intuitive interface with customizable colors and other settings.