Pocket Pharmacist

Pocket Pharmacist

By Danike, Inc.

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2010-08-22
  • Current Version: 3.5.3
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 58.87 MB
  • Developer: Danike, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.3 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 1,632 App Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
Pocket Pharmacist App Ratings: 4.5
4.5
Based on 1,632 App Reviews
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Pocket Pharmacist App Details

Fast, Clear, and Concise since 2010. Drug Information, Interaction Checker, Quiz (Flash Cards and Multiple Choice), and Medication Organizer! - Featuring Pharmacist summarized drug information on the top 1,800+ medications in the United States (growing each month). - Featuring Interaction Check, the groundbreaking new way to automatically check for interactions, overlapping side effects and precautions. - Featuring Med Box, the easiest to use medication organizer and reminder. - Featuring Quiz, the best drug study guide...period. _______________________ In-App Auto-Renewable Subscription Details - Free trial and subscription durations include access to all of Pocket Pharmacist's features and regular content updates. - Any unused portion of a free trial period will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription. - Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. - Your subscription will automatically renew at the duration selected unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. - Your iTunes Account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period. The cost of the renewal will be the subscription fee you have agreed to. - Current subscription may not be canceled during the active subscription period; however, you can manage your subscription and/or turn off auto-renewal by visiting your iTunes Account Settings after purchase. - If you choose not to renew your subscription, you will no longer have access to the App after the end of the current period. For more information, please see Pocket Pharmacist's Privacy Policy (http://pocketpharmacist.io/privacy_policy) and Terms & Conditions of Use (http://pocketpharmacist.io/terms_and_conditions). _______________________ - Created by a Clinical Pharmacist (Doctor of Pharmacy). - Voted #1 Pharmacy App (best drug information app) by iPhone Life Magazine. - 1,400+ user reviews averaging 4.5 out of 5.0 stars. - Drug information does NOT require an internet connection. - Unbiased drug information (zero pharmaceutical sponsorship). - Perfect for individuals, caregivers, physicians, nurses, students, and other healthcare professionals. _______________________ The founder of Danike, Inc. (and developer of Pocket Pharmacist) holds a Doctor of Pharmacy degree and is a licensed Pharmacist. Our primary goal is to help people better understand and manage their (patient's) medications. When we summarize a medication, we are extremely careful to only include the information that we would want our families and friends to focus on. Therefore, you can be confident that you are not getting bogged down with unnecessary information.

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App Reviews

  • Developer changed to forced subscription

    1
    By tunethoughts
    Paid for the app but now developer has switched to forced subscription model even though it hasn’t been updated and is simply a reference app. You can’t even access your own Med list you entered. Locked out with no means to export.
  • Now includes lame subscription

    1
    By geekphreak
    But if you’re in med school you’re used to being forced to pay an outrageous fee of some sort...a flat fee is a little less painful than a forever running subscription bill...this is some bull...
  • new subscription

    1
    By My nickname, Rome, was taken
    I don’t think it’s fair for people that already had access to the app to be forced to pay. If anything, we should be grandfathered in and new users pay. It’s unfair to suddenly require a subscription. Luckily, I’m in the pharmacy profession so I have other resources; others are not so fortunate. One star rating is generous.
  • Great, but

    3
    By Hannahs1313e
    I’ve used this app since nursing school and it’s been great but now you require a subscription to use, I understand the reasoning behind it but I will be deleting
  • Now there is a fee

    1
    By Greenapple0227
    I am sorry but i dont like the idea of buy subscriptions. Can you put the price tag on and let people know how much it is to own it? Subscriptions will put the end for the app.
  • Love this app

    5
    By Greg DO
    This app makes my life so much more simple. Well organized and easy to navigate.
  • Nursing Student

    5
    By BO2019
    I am a nursing student at North Idaho College. Having this app available at hand allows me to access medications, contraindications and side effects readily at hand. This has been a huge help for me while doing my care plans and doing assessments. I will continue to use the RX app long after I get my BSN and is such a valuable tool for nurses. Bryan
  • Now subscription fees!

    1
    By Knightcomm
    I have used this for years for work. I am not paying subscription fees and will just use micromedex instead. This is annoying. Apple needs to block app developers from changing apps to IAP to use; they should have to discontinue the app and start a new one. I paid for this app, so I find it stupid that I now have to pay to use the app I bought.
  • Subscription charges

    3
    By Joy Bear 12369
    I was happy until they charged now. I paid for the app and now a subscription fee. I’ll stick to Epocrates for now
  • Model change - Paid already and changed to subscription unknowingly

    1
    By Chad B of N.O.
    This has been a useful tool to look up from time to time the different medications that are taken. The problem is that this has been bought and paid for and unknowingly the app updated to a subscription model. For the few times that I would use it now, the 10.00 a year isn’t worth it. Sad that this has become something behind another money grab for the few people that are willing to pay for it.

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