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NHS Apps Library

Summary

Trusted digital tools for patients and the public to manage and improve their health.

The NHS Apps Library moved into live service in February 2019. It provides a place for patients and the public to find trusted and safe apps and digital tools to help improve their healthcare and take more control of their treatment.

The library was launched as a beta service in April 2017, and since then it has been regularly improved to offer a wider range of products and increased functionality and accessibility.

All the apps and digital tools on the library have met standards designed by NHS Digital in areas including clinical safety, usability and security. Over time, the library will grow to cover many more health and care needs.

Information for developers

If you're a mobile health developer who is interested in submitting an app to the library, please visit the Health Developer Network to find out more. The Health Developer Network is a space that mobile health developers can use to create digital products that offer valuable healthcare benefits to patients.

The NHS is keen to work with developers and interested parties. If you would like to be involved and receive information on future updates to the NHS Apps Library, please register your interest.

Last edited: 13 February 2019 8:01 am