Easy on the eye version of iMIMS promises faster downloads

MIMS has launched a new version of its popular iMIMS app for iPhones, featuring a redeveloped user interface and faster downloads.

iMIMS was first launched in March 2011 specifically for users who needed a mobile, locally installed way to access MIMS medicines information.

It is optimised for iPhones but the latest version is also optimised for presentation on iPad and iPad mini screens, which MIMS says will save time from pointless scrolling down.

“The aim of the redevelopment was to make it even faster and more intuitive to use,” a MIMS spokesperson said. “To achieve this everything from the initial download to monthly updates to the user interface have been redesigned.

“Increasing the speed of the initial download and monthly updates means that users can be on their way sooner with the comfort of knowing they have the latest information accessible at their fingertips.

“The new user interface is bolder, featuring more colours that makes it easier for the eye to identify where to go next.”

The upgrade is available at no additional cost to individual and corporate subscribers and can be accessed as an update from iTunes.

From this month onwards, users will need to upgrade to be able to continue receiving their monthly updates.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: MIMS

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