Download AIIMS 4 Aides-Mémoire App apk 2.0 free for Android smartphone
Apk file size: 3.8 MB
The AFAC AIIMS 4 Aides-Memoire app is an essential guide for all those involved in managing incidents and emergencies.
It covers all the AIIMS roles, their functions and handy checklists to prompt thinking and help remember all aspects when you’re under pressure.
Download the app now to have the information readily available.
Development of this App is proudly supported by Tait Communications.
AFAC Limited part of our Books & Reference and have average installs from 100 to 500. Last Update Dec. 2, 2015. Google play rating is 66.6667. Current verison is 2.0. Actual size 3.8 MB.
Useful idea inadeqately implemented. So much more could have been done with this App - instead, it is the electronic equivalent of a box of cards. Where is the in-App visual feedback needed to verify actvity or task completion (including checkboxes or equivalent)? Where is the structured use of color to define data flow relationships and inter-dependecies? And why - given these and many other limitations - is the AIIMS Manual not available on the Android platform when the majority of devices likely to be used for this purpose in the field are Android-based. With respect, I submit that if it is good enough to make an iOS version of the manual available for $14.99, then why not an Android equivalent?
AFAC Aides-Memoires App Much too simplistic - a book is better! If there were some things like interactive check lists etc then this would be a whole lot more useful. For about $5 this is a very expensive electronic book.
A good start, but... This is an good start but unfortunately, it doesn't offer the type of basic functionality that should be in an app. For example, you can't check off checklists, you can't zoom in to enlarge text or diagrams and you can't search for information. Essentially this version is just a text file (with some graphics) divided into a hierarchical structure. Hopefully the next version will provide improved functionality.
Great start and will be useful This app will be very handy and works well. Navigation is pretty easy and the checklist will help during operations and training/exercising. I think the price is pretty expensive and may put some personnel off. Given the app is likely to be installed on a private smartphone/tablet and therefore linked to a personal account, payment will be borne by the individuals. Many would say why am I having to pay for this perhaps? Maybe $2 would be in line with many other apps if a payment was necessary.
Great to have a mobile app for this - something portable and hopefully usable in the needed moment.