Have you seen the new guide to NLM Mobile?

New applications are added to the pantheon of mobile devices every day, and sometimes one crops up that catches our eye.  This week it’s the National Library of Medicine (NLM)’s  new mobile app that serves as a guide to all of NLM’s mobile resources.

To explore the app, visit http://www.nlm.nih.gov/mobile-app/ on a mobile device, and browse the available offerings by type (i.e. mobile website vs. a launched application), by mobile device, or by subject tags.

NLM Mobile app

Browse NLM mobile resources by type, device, or tags.

Currently, there are 10 mobile websites, ranging from specific topics such as AIDSinfo and HazMap to more broadly-based websites for MedlinePlus and PubMed for Handhelds.

There are 10 applications available for the iPad; of these, three applications are available for Android devices and two for Blackberry.

See the original post from the NLM Technical Bulletin.

This post was submitted by Lorraine Porcello.

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