Posts Tagged ‘android’

NeuroMind update 4.2

Since this week a new major NeuroMind update is available for iOS and Android, adding 2 new features that I am happy with. Subtitles They’re back again, the descriptions below the title of the classification system, and you can also search on them. The Guideline GREG backend developed by EverywhereIM.com needed some modifications to allow…Continue Reading…

NeuroMind 2019 available for Android!

I am very happy to tell you that NeuroMind 2019 is now available for Android users. Last months access in the Google Play Store was limited, but the app is now up & running again, and compatible with all latest devices. Also, much more interactive content. The app is now based on the Guideline GREG…Continue Reading…

Introducing NeuroMind.cc

A new NeuroMind Early 2016 NeuroMind 3 for iOS has been introduced. Fully available off line, optimized for iOS, and many new technical features. Sounds great, and initially it felt that way for me too. But there were drawbacks: for any update, even a small one, I needed Apple’s App Store submission process (which costs…Continue Reading…

CE-marked NeuroMind 2.5 for Android available

NeuroMind 2.5 for Android is now available: the #1 app for neurosurgery is now also the 1st CE-marked app for neurosurgery! The Android update is usually first to appear due to the iOS review process which can take up some time. Besides the CE-mark, the other big thing is that the content is now fully…Continue Reading…

NeuroMind in MedCity’s Top Apps for Healthcare Professionals

Last week NeuroMind has been mentioned as one of six “Need to Know Apps for Healthcare professionals in 2013” by MedCity News. That’s a nice way to finish this year! :-)

NeuroMind 2.1 available for Android

The latest version of NeuroMind (version 2.1) can now be downloaded from Google Play! It contains 18 new classification systems, a new decision support item (ISUIA trial) and some technical improvements. Enjoy!

NeuroMind 2.1 update

NeuroMind 2.1 is going to be out soon. I have uploaded the binaries to the App Store for review, and to Google Play for (almost immediate) access. You’ll be pleased to see some improvements in the layout… for iPhone users, there is now support for the iPhone 5 screen dimensions. First, this is how it…Continue Reading…

Screen resolution fix on Android

Important news for Android users: I have a fix for the resolution problems that you have been experiencing on recent devices. This is a screenshot from my Samsung Galaxy S demonstrating the problem: It looks fairly okay here because of the large size, but the physical size of the screen is smaller. Still, it is…Continue Reading…

NeuroMind’s triple #1 status

For the first time since its release NeuroMind is topping the results for “neurosurgery” in the App Store for iPhone and iPad, and in Google Play for Android. Nice! :-) App Store Google Play That’s great, but not a point to start leaning back. Actually, some improvements are necessary due to new technological developments: the…Continue Reading…

OrthoRef 2 update and free version

I updated OrthoRef (formerly known as OrthoMind) to version 2.0 in the App Store and Google Play. The iOS version (for iPhone and iPad) is currently awaiting review, and you’ll be able to update the existing installation on your device. If you already purchased the first version, the update is completely free.┬áThe Android version is…Continue Reading…