New York, New York (PressExposure) July 06, 2011 -- FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
SayMedicine today announced the release of Medical Pronunciations Version 2.0, which features several user requested features and content. The iOS app now includes professional audio pronunciations of over 8,000 commonly used drug names and medical terms. It also includes a new feature that allows users to record their own words and instantly add them to the app. This feature will allow the users to expand the content of the app to fit their needs and submit new content to the developer for future updates.
SayMedicine is an application developed for healthcare professionals and students. It is a quick reference tool that allows users to listen to pronunciations of challenging complex medical terms and instantly research the term online. The app comes with a built in browser that allows the user to look up each word on WikiPedia, eMedicine, and Google with a single click.
"One of the reasons why SayMedicine is a popular app is because we respond to our users' needs. Our customers regularly communicate with use through the app and requests features and content they would like us to add," said Santhosh Cherian, the founder of SayMedicine. The application is currently being sold regularly in several countries around the world to students and healthcare workers.
The community driven application allows users to instantly provide feedback to the developers from within the app. If a user cannot find a word they are looking for, they can simply click the "New Word" button to request it in future update. There is also a "Report Issue" feature that allows the users to submit any problems with the existing data. SayMedicine's team addresses all user issues and tries to incorporate user requested features and content into future updates.
- Professional audio pronunciations
- Built in web-browser for research
- Feedback and reporting system for adding new terms
- Ability to record and add new words
- Categorized view of terms
- Enhanced search that updates while you type
- Bookmarks for user's study list
Unlike many other applications, SayMedicine is not subscription based. The $4.99 initial purchase fee covers all future updates.