The Focus Animated Pocket Dictionaries are the world’s first ever animated dictionaries that provide definitions of medical terms with the aid of realistic and narrated 3D animations, complimented with text definitions.
Cost: In App Purchases
First released: 28 March 2012
Last updated: 21 June 2018
Latest version: 2.1
Developer: Focus Medica India Pvt. Ltd
Condition(s) this app helps
- Chest Infection
- Obstructive Sleep Apnoea
The Focus Animated Pocket Dictionaries are the world’s first ever animated dictionaries that provide definitions of medical terms with the aid of realistic and narrated 3D animations, complimented with text definitions. Terms arranged alphabetically making definitions easy to search. These unique visual dictionaries are excellent reference sources for health professionals, students and health consumers. The videos play independent of the internet once downloaded.
The FOCUS Animated Pocket Dictionary of OTOLARYNGOLOGY is the first ever animated dictionary in the subject. A valuable reference for physicians and students alike, it covers over 85 otolaryngology related terms and definitions. All the definitions have been graphically described with the help of 3D animations and are accompanied by text definitions.
Reviewed on: 25 February 2019 (Independently reviewed for us by ORCHA)
- General Information
Because this App doesn't collect Data there is minimal risk to your privacy and confidentiality from the use of this App.
It wasn't clear from our review that a suitably qualified professional or organisation was involved in the Apps development.
It wasn't clear from our review how regularly the advice and guidance given by the App was reviewed and updated by relevant professionals.
It wasn't clear from our review that the App had been through end user testing as part of its design and development.
The App does provide customisable features.
End User Capacity
The App does provide support for users with poor sight.
The App does provide support for users with hearing difficulties.
The App doesn't appear to have a clear approach to dealing with user issues.
The App isn't entirely free to use.
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