A Picture is worth a thousand words I find this app very useful when explaining physical conditions to patients/clients. Not only do the have a better idea of what is contributing to their speech and voice patterns but also how to modify what they are doing to improve their skills. I like the expansions in the area of hearing aids and cochlear implants. Well done!
Nope.. Not UpTo expectation I have the same application installed in my iPad and it works flawlessly. Thought of giving it a try in my Android tablet and believe me it's worst. Very slow to download and to operate. UI is very sluggish. Why can't it be like the one in iPad. Please upgrade it. Thank you.
False advertising Nothing free about it.
Very slow on android The ipad drawMD divides the specialties into diff apps. Its faster and easier to use
This update fixes a nasty bug that caused you to be unable to open templates or saved presentations when using Android 4.4.2 and earlier.
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