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