March 9, 2008

Ask and ye shall receive

Just last month I called for applications for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Last week Apple released its beta SDK for the iPhone and iPod Touch. You can view the presentation of the new SDK and some applications that were created in less than two weeks.

The presentation includes a demonstration from ePocrates of a drug guide and pill identifier running on an iPhone. This is exactly the type of application I was calling for in my last blog.

Now that the SDK is out there we need folks who know programming and nursing (there must be some out there) to begin development. The Apple Application Store will be available by late June. It looks like a great way to distribute applications and make some money for developers. Any takers?

1 comment:

craig said...

I am very excited about the prospects of using an iPod touch for clinicals and after I graduate please keep us informed on whatever you find out.

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