2 Best Downloads apps for Android (Medical)

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Following is our list of the best downloads apps for Android. Trusted developers like Baskaran Arunasalam and Cloud Nine Development are known to create software that in theory will improve wellbeing and health. After extensive testing we've concluded that the best apps include My Menstrual Diary, Eye Handbook, .

1 My Menstrual Diary

** Over 3,000,000 downloads worldwide **

The My Menstrual Diary app is a simple and easy-to-use app that helps you track your periods, determine the date of ovulation, and your fertile period. It has over 3,000,000 downloads worldwide. The app allows you to record your periods on a calendar and specify the flow intensity. It also highlights your next period based on the average interval of the last 3 periods. The app displays the day of ovulation and your fertile period for the month, and provides a history of your previous periods. You can set alerts for your next period and fertile period. The app is password protected and includes a personal notes window for health notes. It is important to note that the app is based on the assumption of regular periods and is not a substitute for professional medical advice.

My Menstrual Diary
My Menstrual Diary
Price: Free
Android Rating:
3.8 ★★★★☆
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2 Eye Handbook

Most Popular Mobile Smartphone App in Eye Care! More than 1 million downloads

The Eye Handbook is an all-in-one app for eye care professionals and students. It includes various calculators for conditions like diabetic retinopathy and glaucoma risk. It also has an indirect camera feature, an ocular trauma score, and tools for coding and documentation. Additionally, it offers resources like eye atlases, peer-to-peer forums, and patient education tools. The app aims to connect with patients and provides access to ophthalmology and optometry journals. It is a comprehensive reference tool for eye care professionals.

Eye Handbook
Eye Handbook
Price: Free
Android Rating:
4.2 ★★★★★
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