Top 10 Free Medical Apps On Google Play

As I was checking the reviews for Ear Spy, I came across some reviews which talk about how the app was used as a hearing device.

So I decided to look up the Top 10 Free Medical Apps on Google Play, and here’s what I found:

#1: 101 Natural Home Remedies Cure

101 Natural Home Remedies & Natural Cures is your perfect companion when you need quick and natural remedies for common health alignments. All remedies suggested in the application are natural, ayurvedic and the ingredients, commonly available and are based on Ayurveda. Think of it as having instant access to a handbook of natural home remedies & cures right on your mobile, available anytime and anywhere.

#2: Medical Dictionary Offline

Medical Dictionary Offline is for medical practitioners and students to look up the definitions and technical terms. It is designed for medical students, helping them in their studies.

#3: Period Calendar, Cycle Tracker

Period Calendar is an extremely elegant and easy-to-use application that helps women keep track of periods, cycle, ovulation, and fertile days. Whether you are concerned about conceiving, birth control, contraception, or regularity of period cycles, Period Calendar can help.

#4: Diseases Dictionary ✪ Medical

Completely Offline & free medical dictionary app containing medical disorders & diseases with detailed definitions, symptoms, causes and treatment information. This medical disease hand book can act as a clinical advisor for self diagnosis and can also be used to look up symptoms, diseases and treatment.

#5: Figure 1 — Medical Images

More than 1 million healthcare professionals use Figure 1 to Recognize rare conditions in their patients; Sharpen their medical knowledge on the go; Share de-identified teaching cases with a global community; Communicate with one another from remote or isolated locations; Send HIPAA-compliant direct messages to their colleagues.

#6: NCLEX-RN Lippincott Q&A Review

Nursing students will love this powerful, easy to use prep app based on the latest edition of Lippincott Q&A Review for NCLEX-RN. Combining highly relevant content with unmatched portability, this app lets you learn at your own pace, wherever life takes you.

#7: MIMS Philippines

The FREE MIMS app for your Mobile & Tablet devices delivers critical prescribing information, medical news and CME articles as well as clinical calculators essential to physicians’ daily practice needs. With MIMS available across multiple platforms and devices, you can now easily and conveniently find the most up-to-date and relevant clinical practice information you need anytime, anywhere.

#8: Medscape

Medscape from WebMD ( is the leading medical resource most used by physicians, medical students, nurses and other healthcare professionals for clinical information.The Medscape app is the highest rated, fastest growing free mobile app for healthcare professionals with over 4 million registered users.

#9: Ear Spy: Super Hearing

Ear Spy attempts to improve your hearing with the power of Android. Depending on how good your phone is, it can become a high-powered listening device (like a hearing aid or a super Spy App). It is the Ultimate Eavesdropping Tool — the latest in personal espionage. Click on the center button, and you can hear the world around you. Use it to observe your surroundings and monitor what is going on.

#10: Anatomy Learning — 3D Atlas

If the app is not compatible with your device you can still enjoy the PC and Mac version through Available in English and Spanish Languages.

Ear Spy got the number 9 spot (as of June 7, 2016). It’s not just a cool spy app but a medical aid which helps many people. You can download it for free on Google Play and iTunes.

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