Rnmo22's Review of Nursing CentralReviewed on 9/19/18 11:52 PM
All information is removed the moment you don’t renew. They don’t provide a moment of grace period!
Jesh-kuh's Review of Nursing CentralReviewed on 9/10/18 7:07 PM
Be aware: No Black Box Warnings in Davi’s drug guide. Otherwise is super quick, thorough, and helpful.
Agent Z's Review of Nursing CentralReviewed on 8/9/18 6:05 AM
I started taking the NCLEX prep quizzes, and the rationales are absolutely horrible. They make no sense and contradict the question. It makes absolutely literally no sense whatsoever. If you’re looking for a positive outcome, and you list a positive outcome, you get the question wrong and in the explanation it will say it’s wrong because it’s a positive outcome. Do 3 year olds write these quizzes or the rationales?
nursescalltheshots's Review of Nursing CentralReviewed on 8/28/19 1:40 PM
Lots of nursing info. App layout is a little confusing at times though.
Certified Vampire's Review of Nursing CentralReviewed on 8/28/19 1:40 PM
I cannot get any use out of this. I launch the app and attempt to sign in – and receive the message that “the network connection was lost . . . please try again.” No matter how many times I try, the network connection is immediately lost. This happens on cell data and WiFi both. I have been unable to access app support to rectify this. I paid money for the app, and I paid for access to classes. Is this some kind of branch of Trump University?
TR8THn8rse's Review of Nursing CentralReviewed on 8/28/19 1:40 PM
I got this app because nursing school highly recommended it. Plus with all the books I had to carry I thought it was worth a try. After 15 months of using it I can safely and confidently say this: don’t bother with this company and get a good nursing drug app like Davis’s Drug Guide for nurses (or just buy the book). This company reels you in by taking advantage of your lack of knowledge. They ‘allow’ you to use the app (that YOU paid for in full) for 12 months. Then require you pay for another renewal. You can keep using the app on your PHONE (after 12 months)only; you can’t login online via your laptop/computer. But if you change phones then you no longer have access to the Unbound app on your new phone. So take it from a nursing student, don’t bother with this app. Wish I would have saved myself the money. I plan to buy a nursing drug app and leave it at that!
Ami68's Review of Nursing CentralReviewed on 8/28/19 1:40 PM
extremely helpful for nursing students
YaelCB's Review of Nursing CentralReviewed on 8/28/19 1:40 PM
I got a new phone and lost my password. They told me my account had expired. For hundreds of dollars I expect an app to never expire. That’s ridiculous.
nursenancy23's Review of Nursing CentralReviewed on 8/28/19 1:40 PM
I love this app. I use it every day at work. I’ve told my colleagues about it and I always recommend it to new grads. People say it’s expensive, but if you bought everything separately, it would be more than twice as much. AND I remind nurses and nursing students that it’s tax deductible!
JimmyE84's Review of Nursing CentralReviewed on 8/28/19 1:40 PM
I like centralizing the info and the the app does that beautifully. I am very irritated to discover that most of the journals that the app presented as being included in the “cost” of the app if you paid for premium access, are in fact barely searchable. God help you if you actually find an article that you’d like to or want to read- 90% of the time that content costs extra. That’s right: on top of paying for the privilege of being a “premium member”, they want you to fork out more cash per article if you have the gall to try to read them. Save yourself the money and invest time to visit a public or school library. Same journals there, free access and they let you read them at no extra cost. You just have to put forth extra effort for them rather than the small convenience of a centralized collection on your phone.