Using SComm in Therap from Mobile Devices

Screenshot of SComm from mobile devices

In an update to Therap, you can now use SComm in Therap from mobile devices (we removed the rich text feature when accessing from such devices).

This should help you regardless of whether you are an Android, iOS, or Blackberry user.

In less good news, a recent update to Google’s Chrome browser (my browser of choice and the one I am writing in just now) seems to have caused an issue with launching Live Help.  We are looking into it to try and work out what is going on.

:: Justin ::


By |2015-02-22T04:55:50-05:00December 20th, 2010|Categories: Android|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

Therap Conferences – Going Mobile

The folks who are attending our conference in Oregon are the first to try out our latest venture into the world of mobile computing.

In preparation for even more amazing things at our National Conference in Fishkill, NY in February were are testing an early release or our mobile conference website.

To see what’s on offer, go to on your mobile device.

Here’s a preview:

Screenshot of Oregon Conference from mobile deviceScreenshot of Oregon Conference Session from mobile deviceScreenshot of Oregon Conference Session Details of day 1 from mobile deviceScreenshot of Oregon Conference Session Details from mobile deviceScreenshot [...]

By |2015-02-22T04:54:55-05:00November 15th, 2010|Categories: Android, Therap Conferences|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

Therap Mobile Going Live with T-Log Reading

Graphics of Therap Apps

Therap is always looking for new ways to help you get the most out of your data and easier ways to access it.  As part of this we are developing for mobile phones, tablets, PDAs, which we believe are the future of online documentation.

This will be a major development area for Therap moving forward.  Currently we are offering specially developed browser based access to specific areas of the applicatio.

As we move forward, we will […]

By |2016-11-03T04:24:16-05:00October 18th, 2010|Categories: mobile|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Therap Goes Mobile

T-Logs on iPod T-Logs on iPod - 4 T-Logs on iPod - 2

Homescreen on mobile Tlog Reader login on mobile Tlog reader list on mobile

One of the great things about Therap being a browser based application is that it really doesn’t matter what device you use it on, as long as the device has a compliant browser then Therap will work on it.  There are obviously some strange things that pop up from time to time on specific […]

By |2015-02-22T04:54:55-05:00October 11th, 2010|Categories: mobile|Tags: , , |10 Comments

Writing your own apps with Android App Inventor

Just in case you needed yet another reason to love your Android phone, you can now write your own applications using Google’s new App Inventor (a bit like it was with GMail and Google Voice, you need to sign up and wait for an invitation).

App Inventor is a graphical programming language (if you have ever programmed a Lego robot, you’ll take to it right away) that makes it really easy to write your programs.

Screenshot of Therap with Android App Inventor

I walked through the first couple of exercises, creating a cat that meows when you touch it and a dialer where you can choose a contact and then click on their photo to call them.

By |2015-02-22T04:54:00-05:00September 3rd, 2010|Categories: Android|Tags: |1 Comment

Does electronic documentation have to be the same as paper documentation.

Video on Introducing Voice Actions for Android

This video shows a whole bunch of really cool things I can now do with my phone.

Take something like picking up my phone and saying to it “Call Therap Services”.  Done

Now, if Google we really trying to recreate the manual phone experience, I would have to say ” Pick up receiver, press 1, press 2, press 0, press 3, press 5, press 9, press 6, press 7, press 5, press 5, press 3″

I wonder which is better?

Sometimes it is the same in our documentation.  We have to bend our system so much to meet regulations that are based purely on bits of paper.

Would it not make sense to adapt the regulations to meet the […]

By |2015-02-22T04:53:37-05:00August 15th, 2010|Categories: Android, Electronic Signatures|Tags: , |0 Comments

More Android fun

Well, I finally found a new way to take screenshots of my phone to show off what I am playing with now:

Screenshot of Scomm with T-Girl

Can your phone do this?  Talk about having a smart phone!  When you can have T-Girl with you wherever you go, it doesn’t get much smarter than that!

Screenshot of BBC website

Of course the other big reason to run Flash on your phone is so that you can listen to BBC Scotland and catch the football every Saturday morning!

Android phone dashboard with apps  Android phone dashboard with calendar

By |2015-02-22T04:53:37-05:00August 8th, 2010|Categories: Android|Tags: |0 Comments

T-Girl on the go

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I recently upgraded by Droid phone to Android 2.2 known as Foyo (actually did it while waiting at the airport in Nashville).

This brings a whole pile of great functionality to the phone, but probably my exciting is the ability to run Adobe Flash.This means (among many other things) that I can now watch my T-Girl automated training on my phone!

The only downside I have noticed so far is that I can no longer take screenshots, so you’ll just have to believe me!

:: Justin ::

By |2016-11-03T04:24:17-05:00August 5th, 2010|Categories: Android|Tags: |0 Comments

A few more of my favourite Android Apps


Kayak is my flight search engine of choice, and mostly I use it on my computer.  However when you get told that you are getting bumped off a flight, you sometimes need to be able to tell the folks at the desk what’s available.  That’s when you need it on your phone!
Google’s weather and news widget is something I check almost as often as I check my watch!
You probably already know that I am a huge 37 Signals fan.  To be honest, Rooftop (not by 37 Signals) is not up to their […]
By |2016-11-03T04:24:18-05:00July 27th, 2010|Categories: Android|Tags: |0 Comments

A few of my favorite Android apps

Today I finally learned how to take screenshots of my phone thanks to Android Central

NavigationNavigation 2
Obviously having built in Navigation is great!  Saves be carrying a GPS or renting one when I travel.
Home ScreenApp DrawerHome Screen 4Home Screen allLauncher
I use (and actually pay for) a home screen replacement app called Launcher Pro.  I really like it.  It adds a bunch of functionality and also gets updated […]
By |2015-02-22T04:53:14-05:00July 25th, 2010|Categories: Android|Tags: |0 Comments
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