The Medical Letter introduces mobile apps for iPad, Android

Published on March 17, 2012 at 1:52 AM · No Comments

The Medical Letter – recognized since 1959 as the most trusted source of unbiased prescription drug information and drug facts - announces the launch of its mobile apps for iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch and Android.

"Now our subscribers can access our content anywhere and however they prefer. The apps complement our website, mobile site and print products to better meet the needs of the busy healthcare professional who wants unbiased, reliable and timely drug information quickly, easily and on their preferred mobile device. We've had numerous requests for this, and we're pleased to finally provide our subscribers with apps for easy access to their subscriptions," said Yosef Wissner-Levy, Publisher.

The apps contain both The Medical Letter on Drugs and Therapeutics and Treatment Guidelines from The Medical Letter, along with handy Drug and Disease Indexes and a search for fast reference. They are available on Apple's App Store, Android Market, and Amazon's App Store for Android. More information and links to obtain the apps can be found at medicalletter.org/apps.

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