Tag Archives: best apps

New Release: RX Quiz of Pharmacy

4 Nov
2015

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RX Quiz of Pharmacy is a massive pharmacy focused medical quiz app for Pharmacy Technicians, Pharmacists, Nurses, Doctors, students, and various other people. There are six quiz types; Brands, Generics, Categories(drug classes), Indications, Abbreviations, and Law & History. The first four quiz types consists of questions for the top 100 or 200 drugs depending on which option you chose.

√ Six quiz types; Brands, Generics, Categories, Indications, Abbreviations, and Law & History

√ Thousands of pharmacy related questions

√ User friendly interface with sharp graphics

√ Statistics page that shows total questions answered, total correct, and average percentage correct

√ Verified information through various official resources

√ Real pill sound effects

√ No data connection needed to use this app

This app can be used as a test or exam prep, a study guide, or just as a tool for those in medical careers to retain present knowledge. You’re of course welcome to use the app if you’re not a student or in a medical career. Have a great day!

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Top 8 Most Used Apps in 2013

8 Jan
2014

Well I’m going to begin my personal “Top 8” lists with the top 8 apps I used the most in 2013. My other top 8 lists will be for media that was released in 2013, but this app list won’t have a release date requirement. This list will not include any of my own apps because that wouldn’t be fair. If I did it would probably be filled with 8-Bit Avrin Apps because of testing time, and because they’re awesome. Anyways, here are my top 8 most used apps in 2013;

8. Rayman Jungle Run – I haven’t played a ton of them but it’s the second best endless runner mobile game I’ve ever played. Jetpack Joyride is still number 1, but I didn’t play it as much as this game in 2013. Great visuals with a sharp art style. Controls are simple and they work very well.

7. Wordament – I actually don’t play many mobile games, mainly due to lack of time. I usually play console games when I have time to play games at home. However, Wordament is a really neat app that I had fun jumping into when I had a few minutes to spare while waiting somewhere and etc.

6. MLS Matchday – This app helped me stay up to date with the happenings of this past Major League Soccer season. It’s also received a nice update that made it more functional.

5. Epocrates – Great health/medicine app. I also use it to help myself learn more about the medicine I’ve learned about in school.

4. Twitter – It’s the social media outlet I use the most and it’s an excellent source that I use to find interesting articles about technology, health, video games, finance, science, and etc. It’s received a few prominent updates that have moved it forwards, but also backwards a bit in some areas.

3. Clear – My favorite to-do list app. Neat, efficient and simple.

2. Camera + – Easily my favorite photo editing app. It’s also been improved greatly throughout last year with new updates.

1. Spotify – Great app that does what it needs to do. This free service lets me listen to a ton a different music without using up a ton of space on my phone. I use it in my car, in the gym, at work, at home, and etc.