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Now Available: AppClinic on Android!

The day you’ve all been waiting for is finally here: our AppClinic and VetClinic app collections are now available for Android tablets! 😱

That’s right: after nearly a full year of iPad exclusivity, our award-winning healthcare and veterinary study apps are now available for purchase on the Google Play Store. Here’s a brief rundown of what AppClinic now offers to Android users:

AppClinic Collection

AppClinic – Saving Lives! ($4.99)
Saving Lives! helps players practice their foundational CPR and basic life support skillsets by administering CPR to a patient in a simulated emergency scenario.

Available now for iPad and Android tablets.

Handwashing Simulator ($1.99)
Handwashing Simulator teaches the basics of proper hand washing techniques.

Available now for iPad and Android tablets.

AppClinic Next Step Dx ($9.99)
NextStepDx is an educational game that mimics handling clinical cases aligned to the Objective Structured Clinical Encounter (OSCE) standard, ideal for use as a study tool or test prep reference.

Available now for iPad and Android tablets.

VetClinic Collection

The VetClinic Bone Viewer series teaches veterinary learners about the anatomical features of animal skeletons using a 3D, interactive virtual model. Explore animal anatomy as you zoom in and out, rotate, and set the model to any orientation with simple finger gestures.

Bone Viewer – Horse Skeleton (.99¢)
Available now for iPad and Android tablets.

Bone Viewer – Ox Skeleton (.99¢)
Available now for iPad and Android tablets.

Bone Viewer – Dog Skull (.99¢)
Available now for iPad and Android tablets.

Bone Viewer – Dog Skeleton (.99¢)
Available now for iPad and Android tablets.

Bone Viewer – Cat Skeleton (.99¢)
Available now for iPad and Android tablets.

Android users – excited to finally get your hands on our apps? Which titles are you most looking forward to trying? Our team is always up for talking digital healthcare learning tools – kick off a conversation with us right here!

Additional game-based healthcare learning resources:
21st Century MedEd: 3 Innovative Ways to Practice Hands-Only CPR
Game-based Learning & Clinical Practice - An Interview with Dr. Eric B. Bauman

James LaPierre