We recently demonstrated that ubiquitous video chat software (ie, FaceTime for Apple) can facilitate high-quality PCUS via live mentorship. Although performed in a nonresource-constrained setting, this pilot study remains eminently feasible and applicable to environments with limited resources. In resource-constrained settings overseas, ultrasound is often the only available modality of diagnostic imaging. Many providers in these environments lack expertise in image acquisition and interpretation. Smartphones, tablets, and other mobile computing devices are widely available, even in developing countries., With free or inexpensive software and a reasonable Internet connection, live, two-way audiovisual communication from nearly any region worldwide is possible. Thus, inexpensive technologies that people already carry in their pockets can be transformed into powerful mobile tele-medicine platforms through which high-quality PCUS can be captured locally and interpreted remotely.