drawMD 1.5 Released
I am proud to announce the release of drawMD version 1.5 for Android and on the web for Chrome, Safari, and Edge.
drawMD 1.5 introduces the Share Presentation feature! There are two ways drawMD Professional subscribers can share a presentation with a patient:
If you are using drawMD on a web browser, you can print out a patient handout that includes your annotated drawing on the first page, and an optional second page of long-form notes to the patient.
For Android and iOS users, you can send the patient handout as an attachment to a message sent from your device’s email app.
In either case, the result is a beautifully formatted page that includes the presentation image with all its annotations and any optional information you choose to provide at the time of sharing, such as long-form text or patient information. In the future, we will add more ways to share.
To get started sharing:
We heard from our users that registering for a Free subscription was a bit hard to find, so we moved the Free plan to the forefront of the registration process. drawMD is still free, and our core functionality will remain free. We have a very exciting roadmap to bring more and more value to the Professional features in the weeks and months to come.
On iOS we fixed a bug where the app was asking for your App Store password… over and over again. We fixed that. No more nagging. I’m happy to say that the iOS app now only asks for that password at the time you choose to purchase a drawMD Professional subscription.
Get Started Today
drawMD is available on the web at drawmd.visiblehealth.com and Google Play.
All the best,
Director of Product Development