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SayMedicine Medical Pronunciations is Compatible with New iPad 3(March 31, 2012)
New York, NY (PRWEB) March 31, 2012
SayMedicine today announced that their medical pronunciation application is compatible with the new iPad 3. The SayMedicine: Medical Pronunciations application for iPhone and iPad is designed for healthcare workers and students who are looking to enhance their medical vocabulary. The app is available immediately on the App Store for $4.99, http://www.itunes.com/appstore SayMedicine: Medical Pronunciations is an easy to use application that allows users to easily lookup the correct pronunciation of drug names, diseases, bacteria names, and other challenging terms. In addition to the audio pronunciation, the user can also research additional information about the term from eMedicine, WikiPedia, and Google. Excellent communication skills are essential in all areas of healthcare and mispronounced medical terms can be detrimental to even the brightest individual.
Designed to Grow
I found this program very important especially for foreign medial grad. One of the great features is the ability to connect with the program's makers so any new word can be added by an update, wrote one of the application users. The application has a built in sound recorder that allows any user to submit new words. Every few weeks, new words are recorded professionally by SayMedicines voice artists and added to their web server. The audio files are then automatically synchronized to all devices when the application is launched. After the initial purchase, all updates are provided to the user free of charge.
- Professional audio pronunciations
- Built in web-browser for research
- Feedback and reporting system for adding new terms
- Live update for downloading new words
- Categorized view of terms
- Enhanced search that updates while you type
- Bookmarks for users study list
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