Wednesday, August 3, 2011

This is how Synchronization works

With eyePatients synchronization, you can synchronize your patient data
with desktop computer or with other iPad through WiFi.
This is how it works.
1. Use one iPad running eyePatients as the central iPad.

2. Desktop computers running PC or Mac versions of eyePatients can synchronize with central iPad.

3. Other iPads can also connect to central iPad.

4. Communication goes both ways, updating information on both sides of the connection.
5. Great for simple scenario backing up your iPad data to your Desktop, or for more complex scenario of having multiple devices within a clinic sharing same clinical information.

eyePatients desktop for Mac

Mac Version of eyePatients is now available for download for free on
the Appcelerator website.

The software runs on Mac OSX 10.5 and above.

You can test out the Synchronization feature when eyePatient version 2.1 has
been approved by AppStore.

Your suggestions and comments on how to improve this software is much

eyePatients desktop

A PC desktop version (Windows) of eyePatients software is now available on the following address

It work on the same database structure as iPad version of eyePatients.
It also has a synchronization function which allows it to synchronize with a new
version of iPad eyePatients (ver 2.1 onwards). At this stage iPad eyePatients 2.1
is still being evaluated by AppStore, so hopefully it will be available in a few days time.

Tuesday, August 2, 2011


In the coming version of eyePatients you can synchronize your patient data
between multiple iPads and with your desktop software.
This means if you have several iPads in your practice, you can synchronize your data between
all of your iPads.
Imagine your secretary enters the basic details about a patient, and you can then
add further information to the record in your office.

You can also use synchronization feature to backup your data.

Synchronization requires a WiFi network.