Welcome to the support and feedback page for EchoTools – a free iOS application intended for echocardiographers. This application unifies my interests in echocardiography, programming, and medical education. Although I’m still learning how to program in Swift by trial-and-error, I’m using this opportunity to help consolidate cardiac anatomic metrics, valve lesion grading criteria, etc. into a single application using Apple’s latest Xcode and Swift elements.

Please leave me feedback, recommendations, and glitches you face in the comments section below! Keep in mind that I make no promises that any or all bugs will be addressed, nor do I guarantee the accuracy of the data in the app (although I try my VERY best). EchoTools should NOT be used as a substitute for a licensed echocardiographer’s final interpretation. If you’re interested in the references I used, check out the “About” tab from within the app.

Feedback, glitches, and suggestions can be left as comments below! Thank you for checking out my app! 🙂


1.0May 27, 2019Out of beta!
Streamlined framework to add images more easily in the future.
0.9 betaMay 25, 2019Added more images
Streamlined all images for a smaller app size
Lowered the minimum iOS version requirement to iOS 10.0
0.8 betaMay 6, 2019Changed screenshots on App Store
0.7 betaFeb. 13, 2019New TAVR valve section and aortic/mitral prosthetic valve images
0.6 betaFeb. 9, 2019Added images/citations
0.5 betaFeb. 5, 2019Added some valve images + references
0.4 betaDec. 23, 2018Framework tweaks for images
0.3 betaSept. 25, 2018Bug fixes
0.2 betaSept. 17, 2018Updated prosthetic aortic and mitral valve references
0.1 betaSept. 10, 2018Approved by App Store. EchoTools is live!
Sept. 9, 2018Submitted to App Store

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