OpTranslate - optometry translation app now available on the Apple and Google Play app stores.
OpTranslate is a mobile app that helps optometrists conduct eye exams on non-English speaking patients. Currently available in Spanish, French, Portuguese, and Haitian Creole.
Boston, MA - Wednesday, July 26th, 2017 - This mobile app looks to help train eye care professionals into competent multi-lingual practitioners, expanding their range of practice and enhancing the doctor-patient relationship through improved communication. The app has been released on the Apple and Google Play app stores today.
FOUR LANGUAGES WITH MORE TO COME
Spanish, French, Portuguese, and Haitian Creole are currently available. Future languages in development (free of charge) include Mandarin, Russian, Hindi, Korean, and Vietnamese.
A COMPLETE EYE EXAM AND MORE
A full comprehensive eye exam split into six sections, available in all languages. Additional sections include contact lens exams, binocular vision testing, and pre-written diagnoses.
EDUCATING THE PATIENT
Helpful written explanations, patient education resources, and labeled diagrams make the doctor-patient connection stronger than ever
EDUCATING THE DOCTOR
A simple and intuitive layout, comprehensive glossary, offline capability, and language quizzes help train the optometrist into a multi-lingual provider.
NO ADS, NO FEES
100% AdFree and always will be. No monthly subscription fee and no future paid upgrades.
Available in all countries and territories for $4.99 USD. The app runs on iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and Android phones and tablets. Several additional languages are currently in the works, including Mandarin, Korean, Russian, Vietnamese, Tagalog, and Hindi.
You can download the app on the app stores:
Apple - https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/optranslate/id1262769283?ls=1&mt=8
Android (Google Play) - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.app.optranslate
Feel free to connect with us through OpTranslate.App@gmail.com, www.optranslate.com, www.facebook.com/OpTranslate, or Twitter @OpTranslateApp.
Created and developed by Dmitriy Richter, who is a third year OD student at the New England College of Optometry in Boston, MA. Thank you to Eva Ho; Victoria Gagnon; Jason Chin, OD; Whitney Taylor; optometrystudents.com; and the American Optometric Association.