HealthMap Has a New iPhone App! - "Outbreaks Near Me"
Sep 3, 2009 | | healthmap Research & Policy
HealthMap has developed an iPhone application, which can be obtained free of charge from the iTunes store! The app is named “Outbreaks Near Me,” as it uses GPS technology to show health alerts and ongoing outbreak news in the vicinity of the user. The application also allows users to submit disease reports, and to search for outbreaks in specific locations worldwide. For more information and screenshots see:
To download the app for free on the iTunes store see:
We look forward to your feedback. And stayed tuned for applications on other devices including the Google and Blackberry phones.
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