Many of the questions are not complete. You are left guessing for the answer simply because you do not know the entire question.
Best application full of info i am enjoying a lot thanks medizzy
This is like the Instagram for medicine! There is not much I can complain about other than the occasional typo, but we are all humans. My one MASSIVE suggestion is to make explanations to the questions. I plow through the questions only because I remember the answer but have to explanation as to why? That is my review.
I agree with above review. The spelling errors are horrible. They are easy to fix and will make this app more credible.
Buttons of like comment needs to be bigger and at the corner of the post the three dot should be there that by licking over that people find other options such as share and etc One other request is that when I keep the click pressed in a text there should come the copy text option . Which by that I be able to copy and paste a text in any other place . Thanks you for your useful app It’s really amazing
Such a simple fix. I would say a significant amount of people don’t use this app/or use it as often because the developer neglects to fix this issue. I study with my music in my phone and when I get a question wrong it stops the music completely. This makes me leave the app to turn it back on and the circle continues.
There are countless spelling errors that are hard for me to over look. One simple word off the top of my head is “monitering”. While I was brought here from the MEDizzy subreddit and paid a discounted rate, the full price cost should garner better spelling and grammatical checks (especially since this is all higher education information-med school education). At first I thought maybe the first word was a pure mistake, but there are several words throughout with no means of reporting specific questions for errors. I have only used the app for maybe only 30 minutes and I’m already put off by this. But I am willing to continue to use it and give this a chance. This is a bit out of my scope of practice but I do like to try to understand all aspects of medicine if I can or at least try to think in a different way. Hoping these errors will be corrected and the right medical terms used (such as parental vs parenteral). If these things are fixed in upcoming edits, I’ll change my review. But until then, I’ll have to leave it here.
Was a great app until they forced you to create an account.
I’d give it 5 if I didn’t have to update it every other week.
This has been great for a nerd like me that although not my scope of practice makes me think