Chem+ - iPad App Redefines Chemical Reference

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Pass Time Software announces the immediate release of Chem+, an iPad app for the chemical safety and emergency response industries. Chem+ seamlessly merges six databases of reference material, making it searchable and easy to find data.

Pass Time Software announced today the release of a new iPad application called Chem+. Chem+ allows users to search and browse common chemical industry databases and handbooks. Chem+ also includes emergency response guidelines and can be searched using DOT placard numbers (UN-ID). Chem+ is fast and flexible, and seamlessly transitions between locally stored data (no Internet required), and the most up to date date fetched from the web.

Features of Chem+ include:

-- Search the chemical databases by name, UN-ID, RTECS number, ICSC number

-- Databases included with Chem+ are:
    -- Contains Emergency Response Guides (ERG-2008)
    -- Includes NIOSH Pocket Guide (NPG)
    -- Toxicological database (TOX)
    -- Immediately Dangerous to Life and Health database (IDLH)
    -- International Chemical Safety Cards (ICSC) *Internet Required
    -- Registry of Toxic Effects of Chemicals (RTECS) *Internet Required

-- Share material data by Print, Email or Text

Compatible with iPads running iOS v5.x.

Pass Time Software is based in State College, PA, and is dedicated to bringing novel applications to iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch users. Pass Time Software, best known for its first application NPR Addict, along with other free public radio iPhone apps. Pass Time Software continues to listen to what the user wants, and actively makes the ideas real by delivering them in additional software offerings.

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Bradley Flubacher
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