Epocrates app now available for Google's Android

With Epocrates' announcement last week that it launched a Beta version of its software for Google's Android, this means that the company--which supplies information and decision support tools to healthcare professionals--has applications available for all mobile platforms, including iPhone, BlackBerry and Palm. "Adoption of smartphones by the medical community is continuing to escalate," said Rose Crane, chief executive officer of Epocrates. "Android devices are already generating much interest among our subscriber network." Press release

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