By Emergency Medicine Residents' Association
App menus are slow, jerky and at time unresponsive. Unable to zoom in on reference tables or place phone in horizontal position to improve readability. IMO, it's best to get a hard copy to keep at your desk and pass over this app until they fix these nagging issues.
Like the no nonsense ease of use of the app but it needs to be updated to reflect current recommendations. A good example is pneumonia, out of date.
Guidelines now recommend CAP be treated with 2 ABx but EMRA still recommends one. 🤷🏻♂️ I still really like the app.
The app is great but needs to be more user friendly and fix the little bugs like needing to click a little lower on the top buttons for them to actually be clicked and the scrolling bar almost in the middle of the screen when you’re reading about anything.
I purchased this App when I had and Android phone. Now that I have and iPhone and download this same app, since they took their annual payment from me, I cannot is the app because they won’t recognize my phone. I filed a dispute to try getting my money back since i can’t use the app but they wont do it. I just keep getting an error message saying to repurchase the app agsin rather than just restoring the app under the money already collected. I paid thru paypal and have not been able to contact the app seller directly. So I was left with no other alternative but to consider this year’s payment a loss and cancel any further automatic transactions.
I wanted to use it on iPad pro with keyboard. App does not work when iPad is in landscape orientation; it stays locked in default and everything is sideways. When i try to zoom in on the antibiogram on iPad or on iPhone, it only makes the freaking header text larger. All the tables are unreadable because you can’t zoom in. Useless, just buy the hard copy, dont bother with the app.
There are several mistakes in this guide. The premise is awesome, but the mistakes are not! It needs to be fixed!!
This app is almost a joke. The content is sparse, design amateurish, there are unreadable tables one can’t zoom into. Buy something serious, such as John Hopkins. Or use something free and great such as InfectiousDisease Compendium by Mark Crislip. There is no trial for a reason. No professional would buy it. $10 wasted.
I’m in PA school and use this for studying daily! It is such a great little app, and I know I’ll be using it in practice.
So design is more clunky and now more expensive and automatic renewal , lost me on this version and I have happily bought each one in past