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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by mohan bhusal, Sep 8, 2010.

  1. mohan bhusal

    mohan bhusal New Member
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    dear frens,
    I m a medical student and want to know if i can get following softwares in android phones for free( crack) or not as is available in windows:

    Uptodate
    Pdb,chm reader
    powerpoint

    I also want to knw which os is good for medical softwares
     

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  2. mohan bhusal

    mohan bhusal New Member
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    what are the good points of android compared to windows
     
  3. Xyro

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    Not here you can't.

    Software distributed freely by the developer is fine, but obtaining paid software for free is not. Discussing where/how to get cracked software is against the http://androidforums.com/introductions/704-site-rules-guidelines.html.

    Please bear that in mind from now on.
     
  4. Welcome to Android Forums, where, as a Moderator here has pointed out, we don't encourage illegal software distribution.

    I wanted to ask you if, as a medical student, you've taken your Ethics classes yet (I'm in health care, too).
     
  5. smacky

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    I can help you if you PM me what you need each app for. I know a few that are free...legally.. that may provide the same function as those paid apps. Unless, of course, your classes require that specific one.

    This was a bad-ass app I saw

    YouTube - AirStrip

    Although, it is only on everything but Android, someone suggested I suggest to them to bring it over to Android and possibly help them develop it. I laughed. But I want to very badly.

    Are you? What do you do?
     
  6. smacky

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    Oh, I missed this one. None. In the real world and in terms of apps, everything has what Android has and then a lot more.

    Where are you for med school? Are you in the States?

    And you mentioned PowerPoint. I think you can view PPs on your phone, stock, without an app.

    And what's the second one? I dunno what that is.
     
  7. Aiyan

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    If people come up with some apps here I would be great, going into Health Science (Hons), Kinesiology myself as well. So looking for great legal apps that are both free or if it doesn't cost too much either, I don't mind.

    I don't see a reason to make a new thread just to ask about those questions, but its quite beneficial for me even so. :)

    Cheers for the apps you already have posted up already.
     
  8. smacky

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    Skyscape and Epocrates are free, to some extent. Additional packages cost extra. I dunno how useful they are, though. My dad has a BlackBerry yet he finds no use for the free version. It's basically a physician's reference manual and he prefers the old-fashioned way. The actual book. :p
     
  9. Aiyan

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    Cheers, thank you. That sounds quite useful. Would be nice having that reference manual close to heart, so nothing would be better then phone then.

    Any other suggestions out there?
     
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  11. johnnaryry

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    Beware of of the latest Epocrates version (1.186), it forces WiFi on and attempts to use it to download its database updates. Does not revert/restore your network settings on exit. Fortunately, I had backed up the previous version to my SD card with Astro, so I deleted and rolled back.

    --ryan
     

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