By Antimicrobial Therapy, Inc.
App won’t open at all, just shows a blank green screen with Sanford guide logo.
This app is great. This is the searchable Sanford guide I needed in residency.
I use it only a hundred times daily!
Great! Works better for me than the books. And, it is always up to date - several updates per year. That alone is worth the price of admission.
Was working great for me. Never had issues with it. Been using this guide for almost 4 years now. Every time I open the app it just closes on its own within a few seconds when I try to navigate through it. Aside from that 5 stars. Please fix. Thanks
Annoying pop up that asks to be rated. Well there you go!
very short trial period and then it automatically charges your card after it's up, instead of deactivating. deceptive in my opinion the short trial makes it difficult to actually get an idea to truly see if it's worth getting this version vs the paper form. world also like to see non-subscription yearly option. things don't change that much year to year. ---reply to publisher response--- thank you for your response and offer but I'm no longer in need of the app as I am using a paper option and will not be in the market for another year. I will also respectfully diaagree with the multilple emails from apple comment in regards to the automatic charge. I did but receive anything except for the invoice after my card was charged. That said, even if i did receive the emails I still strongly feel that a FREE trial should not charge you automatically; especially after 7 days. When you use the opt out model you are acting more like a predatory app and I know that's not your intention, so suggest you use the same function you use at the end of a year to disable the app after 7 days. Also, might I suggest if you insist on keeping the trial at 7 days that have a monthly subscription offer would be helpful to clinicians who aren't quite ready to pay for a year. For a lot of us were deciding on paper vs app 7 days will be insufficient. Also, while I appreciate you might make hundreds of changes a month, as an ID specialist, I can assure you that as a general rule, 99% of the important areas of the Sanford guide are generally not clinically significantly changing month to month and that the year to year updates are more critical. So while I appreciate real-time updates, I feel ease of use compared to paper is the real question for users like me.
My to go reference for any treatment that requires anti-infectives.