Not only do mHealth resources need to be engaging, factually accurate, and useful, they need to be usable. What is the difference between useful and usable you ask? Please allow me to step onto my soapbox.
Here at T2 we’re working on helping those who work directly with patients make better use of our mobile applications. A few weeks ago, Dr. Christina Armstrong spoke about some general tips on using mobile apps in behavioral health treatment (if you haven’t read it, it’s a great place to start).
If you own an iPhone, iPad or iPod you are probably among those that anxiously awaited the release of Apple's much hyped iTunes 11. Now that it's arrived the reception has been mixed. Some users love it; others hate it.
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