- THERE’S AN APP FOR THAT: iPharmacy by RLTV, the only cable network and online destination for Generation 50+. (04/18/13)
- iPharmacy was featured in Mobile apps for managing health on Drug Topics – Voice of Pharmacist. (03/15/13)
- iPharmacy was featured on iPharmacy Drug Guide app is mainly for patients but has some utility for providers on iMedicalApps, the leading online publication for medical professionals, patients, and analysts interested in mobile medical technology and health care apps. (02/18/13)
- iPharmacy was featured in 10 Top Wellness Apps to Meet Your Health Goals: Lose weight, quit smoking, manage medication and more, with the best new health apps. on Next Avenue. (01/07/13)
“This is the mother of all medical information apps, with more than a million users already. iPharmacy includes a database of more than 20,000 medications, along with photos and dosage guidance, to help you learn more about the medications your doctor has prescribed. The app also offers reminders to take medication and tips on how to save money on the prescriptions you purchase.”
- iPharmacy was reviewed by Food and Nutrition Magazine, published by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, the worlds largest organization of food and nutrition professionals. . (01/02/13)
“The iPharmacy app is a handy medication reference tool that doubles as an on-the-go medication management system. It’s a useful and convenient app for healthcare professionals and consumers alike.”
- iPharmacy was featured in Organize and save on your medication with free iPharmacy Android app by Appolicious/Yahoo! Health. (01/01/13)
“Do you have a plethora of pills to take every day? Are you constantly getting them mixed up in your pill container? One of the key features of the free iPharmacy Drug Guide and Pill ID Android app is to help identify pills in your collection. This handy Android app helps identify miscellaneous pills by inscription, shape, and color as well as provide adverse reactions that might happen from taking the pill unnecessarily or from accidentally mixing with another medication.
Also, you can use this smart Android app to find the best prices on your medications from pharmacies near you. The iPharmacy app provides real-time price comparisons at local pharmacies so you never overpay for your pills. This includes prices from major pharmacy chains plus information on coupons, discount cards, and weekly shopping deals.”
- iPharmacy appeared on New York Times “Coming Next: Using an App as Prescribed“ (08/20/12). “It is intuitive to people, the idea of a prescription,” said Lee H. Perlman, managing director of Happtique, a subsidiary of the business arm of the Greater New York Hospital Association. Happtique is creating a system to allow doctors to prescribe apps, and Mr. Perlman suggested that a change in the way people think about medicine might be required: “We’re basically saying that pills can also be information, that pills can also be connectivity.”
- iPharmacy is among the ”Top 12 iPhone, iPad Medical Apps to be Always Healthy” by Technically Personal, one of the top technology blogs on the web with focus on personal and consumer technology. (08/15/12)
“One of the best medication guides on the iStore comes to us in the form of this awesome iOS medical app called iPharmacy. Users of this app can enjoy a very well organized pill database, with images and pill finder, but also the top pharmacy deals of the week and gift cards. This app is recommended for both users and medical professionals alike.”
“Ever wondered what was in your pills? Or what pill to take for a nasty headache? iPharmacy is here to help you with that. A complete database of pills, ingredients and guidelines for each pill is available at your fingertips anytime you need it. Also, if you keep forgetting to take your pills at the subscribed hour, know that this app will take care of that by letting you set up a pill schedule and notify you when the time comes.”
- iPharmacy is among the ”Top 5 iOS apps for hypochondriacs” by Gear Burn. (07/03/12)
“Rummaging through a friend’s bathroom and find some unlabeled pills? It’s your lucky day! iPharmacy allows you to identify pills of all types. You can describe the pills by shape and inscription, and it even has a bar code scanner if you so happen to have one to scan. If you come across something that isn’t in the app, well, then your friend is doing something illegal.”
“Just some Tylenol you say? This product can be useful when you need to accurately identify pills and quickly reference different medications in the field.”
iPharmacy can help officers identify suspicious pills! Others Top 10 mentioned apps are Police Spanish Guide, First Aid, U.S. Cop, Vehicle Identification System, PocketCop, Digital Terrorism & Hate, iCrime-Fighter LE and NVLS Mobile companion.
“iPharmacy is an awesome app from MedConnections Inc which boasts information about more than 20000 commonly prescribed drugs. It has great features like inbuilt medication guide, medication reminder, prescription reference, ratings and much more. The best thing about this app is that it has images of more than 12,000 pill and package. Definitely a worth having app.”
- iPharmacy is named as one of ”9 iPhone Apps for Surviving the Breakdown of Society” by Cobwebs in the Wine Cellar. (04/15/12)“Drugs do not need a society to survive; so, even if society collapses, there will be a plentiful supply of pharmaceuticals available. The problem will be discerning what you need to take to ensure your health. Featuring an incredibly useful pill identifier that allows to you enter a pill’s characteristics, such as shape and color, to identify it, over ten thousand drugs and their uses, iPharmacy is the knowledge of a professional pharmacist in a single App.”
Other 8 apps are SAS Survival Guide, Encyclopedia, Get Growing, Wild Edible, PEPID, iTranslat, Navfree, and MRE.
“iPharmacy is an app that educates you on different types of medications you are taking as well as to verify the medication you received from the pharmacy look exactly what they should look like if you need to know you got the right medication. Other things in the app include a free discount card that you can pull up and show to the pharmacists to get your medication cheaper than full price if you don’t have a health care plan or that the health care provider won’t cover the medication. Also you can identify the pill by what shape it is, what color it is, and if it has a score mark on it or not. You can keep track of the medication you are taking by keying that in to the app in case you need to refer to it later like letting another doctor know what kind of medication you are taking. There is a medical forum which appears to be helpful just by looking at the individual posts rather than see the senseless chatter on the latest posts. You can find the closest pharmacies to your current location in case you need to stop on by one, or you can see what weekly deals there are online.”
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- iPharmacy is among 10 Health and Fitness Apps: Eat, Sleep, and Work Out Better by Details Magazine. (3/10/2012)
- iPharmacy is among 12 Handy Apps for Cargivers by AgingCare. (3/10/2012)
- iPharmacy is featured in “Apps that will keep you healthy and wise – at little cost” by Yorkshire Post, a UK newspaper.(2/24/2012)
- iPharmacy is featured in An app a day should not keep the doctor away by Examiner. (12/27/11)
- iPharmacy is among “Top 5 iPhone Apps for Health” by TechWench. (9/6/2011)
- iPharmacy is among Top 10 iPhone Apps for Health and Fitness, rated by Boston Innovation. (8/23/2011)
- Android App Reviews: iPharmacy: A Pharmacist in Your Pocket (6/19/2011)
- iPharmacy is featured in Response Magazine ‘s “Pharmaceutical Market: An App a Day Keeps the Doctor Away” (6/1/2011)
- iPharmacy is among Top 7 Women Applications For iPhone And Android by Mobility Minded. (3/25/2011)
- iPharmacy – Top Paid Medical iPhone App of 2010 by Know About Health. (12/23/2010)
- Appoicious: “iPharmacy iPhone app brings a pharmaceutical library to your fingertips” (12/12/2010)
- Chicago Tribune: iPharmacy is featured in “Staying healthy? There’s app for that” (10/27/2010)
- iPharmacy is named as “Best App for Prescription Reference” in the O’Reilly book titled “Best iPhone Apps“, (2nd edition) 2010.