Radiology Toolbox breaks 30,000 downloads!

We are very excited to announce that the Lite version of Radiology Toolbox has now been downloaded over 30,000 times from the Apple iTunes App Store worldwide. The app has been downloaded in over 85 countries, and hundreds of suggestions have been set in by users of the app.

The Pro version is available for download for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch at the App Store.

Softcode Systems at the RSNA

We are very excited to be attending this year’s RSNA meeting in Chicago.

The Radiological Society of North America’s 97th annual meeting is the worlds largest annual medical meeting. Tens of thousands of radiologists, technologists and industry vendors all share ideas and show off their wares for the entire week in Chicago.

We hope to get a lot of feedback on our app, Radiology Toolbox Pro at the meeting, and are thrilled at the prospect of meeting more of our user community in person.

Radiology Toolbox Pro submitted to the App Store

Softcode Systems’ new app for the iPad and iPhone – Radiology Toolbox Pro, was submitted today to the Apple iTunes App Store for review.

This app expands on our first release, soon to be renamed as Radiology Toolbox Lite,  The introductory version has been downloaded more than 24,000 times by members of the medical community in over 85 countries.

Many of the new tools in this version were suggested by the users of the introductory version.  New tools are currently in development for future upgrades.

Radiology Toolbox – 15,000 Downloads

Radiology Toolbox has been downloaded over 15,000 time from the Apple iTunes App Store.

We continue to be gratified by the response from the medical community. 

Work on the new Pro version has been progressing, with dozens of new tools under development.

Radiology Toolbox update uploaded to Apple for release

The version 1.0.03 update for the Radiology Toolbox was uploaded yesterday to Apple’s iTunes Connect to be released soon on the iTunes App Store. The update includes 12 new radioisotopes for the Half Life tool. Several minor fixes to the interface (i.e. spelling errors) were also made.

Thanks to all the users who emailed the corrections. We have received many insightful suggestions for the forthcoming version from the medical community around the world, and we are grateful for the support and encouragement!