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See also Academic indexes searchable on mobile devices | Apple iPhone4 for physicians | iPhone5 for physicians | Mobile computing | Medical podcasts & videocasts
Most medical sites can be viewed on a handheld device although increasingly there are options to view websites using an optimized mobile view. Through the use of mobile devices, smartphones, Blackberrys and iPhones, it is possible to locate authoritative biomedical literature on-the-go and to locate medical evidence conveniently from anywhere. Don't forget that many popular web search engines and library websites have "mobile-friendly" versions, optimized for use on a mobile device.
Top medical sites for mobiles
Other useful mobile sites/tools/apps
Point-of-care mobile apps
See Point-of-care tools in medicine
Library Resource Pages for Mobiles
Mobile Library Websites
See also Academic indexes searchable on mobile devices
See also Top Fifty (50) Mobile Versions of Library websites
See Location-based social networking sites (SNSs)
App evaluation & web pathfinders
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