The youngest kid in the NeuroMind family is growing rapidly, and getting close to release! Welcome, Windows 8… I have implemented all scores that are in the current version of NeuroMind for iOS and Android, and all anatomical images. Created new icons to fit the so-called Metro-style that you will be seeing on Windows 8, and here is what the start screen looks like in landscape mode:
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What’s next? First, I will add some more scores that will also be available in future updates for iOS and Android. That means that you will have more than 100 neurosurgical scoring and classification systems on your mobile device! Second, I need to test on an actual device – so far I have only tested on the simulator. I will use the Samsung Series 7 for this purpose. I have registered an account in the Windows Store development section, and reserved the name “NeuroMind”. Just need to figure out how to get the app on the device for testing, without uploading to the Store first. I am not sure if version 1.0 will include a search option. I want to have NeuroMind available when Windows 8 is released at October 26th, and my attempts so far with adding a search option to the app were only partially successful. I can get correct search results, but going from the results to the associated content is not as simple as I thought it would be. Will be continued… To wet your appetite, the gallery here contains some more screenshots…. Pieter Kubben IT editor SNI


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    Jason Williams

    Posted November 13, 2012, 10:19 am

    Nice blog, great review. Thank you. 🙂

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    Posted July 21, 2013, 3:58 pm

    I am trying to download the NeuroMind for Windows Phone, but i am having trouble with it. Os it already available. Thank you in advance.


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