Category Archives: android
A need that comes up in both research and clinical practice is a way to track in as close to real-time as possible various self-reported measures. In the literature, this capability is usually referred to as ecological momentary assessment. For … Continue reading
Gambit for Android version 0.2 is now available. Features added: Allows user to email developer a description and stack backtrace if a native code crash occurs Adding a new script adds to the beginning of the list, rather than the … Continue reading
Release your inner nerd: Gambit for Android. Run the Gambit Scheme interpreter on your Android device.
This is a port of standard GNU units to the Android platform.
This app creates and emails an (optionally encrypted) PDF file from your Android phone/device. Potentially useful for physicians and other professionals, this allows you to communicate in a secure manner with patients. For example, you can easily jot down instructions … Continue reading