We're excited to announce that we now offer Tricefy, a cloud-based medical imaging app for our patients to easily view and access their ultrasound images and videos via iPhone!
The new iPhone app has been designed specifically to eliminate expiring shared links, manual downloading of images, and improve video/cine clip saving. The app also makes it simple, fast, and easy to share with third party apps like Instagram and WhatsApp, in addition to the existing Facebook and Twitter integrations.
Who is the target audience for the App?
The new iPhone app is for any patient who has been sent a link from Tricefy using an ultrasound or
medical device via text or email. Expectant moms will especially love the library feature of saving and
sharing multiple exams over trimesters or pregnancies.
Do patients have to pay for the App?
Currently, the Patient Sharing App is 100% free!
How do I install the App?
The app is available now through the iPhone App Store. Search for Tricefy in the App Store, click the
App Store button on the image landing page, or point your camera at the QR code on the flyer in the
provided marketing materials.
Do my images ever expire?
No! Images will only be removed or deleted if you delete the application entirely or delete individual images. You can also save all images to your iOS camera roll if you do wish to delete the app.
Can I view the images offline?
Yes! Once a study link has been imported into the app, images and video clips can be played without a Wi-Fi or data connection.
Can I select multiple images at one time through multiple studies for sharing?
Yes! Click Select in the top right corner, highlight as many images or videos you would like, then click "Share" to share with other applications on your phone including mail, message, printing services, etc!
Do I need the app to view images shared from Tricefy?
Not at all, it is completely optional. You can continue to view images through the link to the web page,
but the app has many more benefits we hope you’ll enjoy.
Where is the Android app?