The future is mobile and the future is multi-platform. With that, OncoPDA has been revamped, focusing on  mobile medical web apps.

The advantage of these apps are that they are platform independent and can run on iOS, Android and even your desktop browser.  These are apps  based on HTML5 technology and can run offline like a regular app on your smartphone or iPad provided you save it as a shortcut on your Home screen.

These apps run on an iPhone (any model) with iOS 3.0 or later, iPod Touch (any model) with iOS 3.0 or later, iPad (any model), Android 2.1 (or later) devices, BlackBerry OS 6 (or later) devices and HP Web OS devices. The apps will also run in Chrome and Safari browsers on your desktop/notebook but bear in mind the apps were scaled to run on mobile devices.

Tips on using this site
Check out the apps using the top navigation bar items to access the various pages (categories).
If you are using the mobile view, you can access the pages by tapping on the upper right square as in the image below

How to save App in Home screen (iPhone as example)
This will enable your app to run offline. After the app has loaded fully in your browser, tap on the “forward” button (“+” sign in some) followed by “Add to Home Screen”

Next hit “Add” and the icon will appear on the Home screen. App is capable of running offline like a regular app in this mode. Updates will load if there are changes to the app once you are online

Check out the apps from our General, Hematology and Oncology pages. I have just started so bear with us while we develop the site.
More medical web apps (other than hematology/oncology apps) can be found at MedWebApp.com

Otherwise, enjoy using the free apps!


If you have any queries, suggestions or feedback you can email me