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Gray’s Anatomy for WebOS

Posted Dec 01 2009 10:03pm

Students of anatomy - if you own a WebOS device (Palm Pre or Palm Pixi) you should get Gray’s Anatomy which is currently a PreCentral Homebrew application.
The application is a slick UI to the online version of Gray’s Anatomy by Bartleby. There is a handy search box as well as the ability to browse the contents. Needless to say, you need an internet connection to be able to use this application but having said that, nowadays content being so vast, online access can be much more convenient that offline storage on your device since you get access to the latest and the greatest and at the same time not having to worry about storage space on your mobile.


Gray’s Anatomy for WebOS is now an early version 0.0.2 and in this version there is an offline page saving feature but it only saves one page and does not save images.
I find the text and images flow quite well, though the images may be better viewed in landscape mode and I am gald the application supports the accelerometer.


All in all a terrific job SirataXero!!

Tip for beginners: Read PreCentral’s excellent tutorial on How to Install Homebrew Applications on your WebOS device. It’s basically “side-loading” applications into your phone like what PalmOS users did in the past. It’s perfectly legitimate and Palm allows it. WebOS users unlike iPhone users DO NOT have to “jail break” their device!!

from the Palmdoc Chronicles

Gray’s Anatomy for WebOS

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