New York, NY (PRWEB) February 29, 2012
SayMedicine’s app has been in the appstore for nearly a year and half now and has been sold to medical professionals and students in over 20 countries around the world. It contains audio pronunciations of over 10,000 challenging drug names, diseases, anatomy, and microbiology words. The words were professionally recorded and checked for accuracy by professionals in the United States. The promotional price of $2.49 is a great bargain because the application does not require a subscription and all future updates are made available free of charge. SayMedicine team is currently working on a new update that will add another 15,000 words to the product over the next few weeks.
In addition to audio pronunciations, SayMedicine allows users to easily reference information on WikiPedia, eMedicine, and Google through it’s built-in browser. Simply clicking on a word automatically pulls in data from all three sites. Users can also bookmark any of the words for easy reference in the future.
The New Word feature allows the user to add their own pronunciations of new words. The feature includes a voice recording feature that allows the user or their colleagues to record the correct pronunciation of a word that is not in the product.
“This is an application by individuals in healthcare for their colleagues who are struggling with pronunciations of difficult names and words,” stated Santhosh Cherian, the founder of SayMedicine.
SayMedicine also has an Android application called Pharmacology Pronunciations, which is currently being sold for $3.99. This app contains audio pronunciations of many drug names (generic and trade names).