Mobile Applications

The latest version of Cancer.Net Mobile updates the application’s user interface to improve user experience, and also includes several performance upgrades across both iOS and Android. The update features:

  • Updated User Interface: A clean new user interface offering an intuitive and streamlined experience, with more flexibility to accommodate variations in devices, text size, and language.

  • NEW "My Health" Dashboard: A new user-friendly layout that brings together three of the app’s primary functionalities. View your recently tracked Symptoms, Questions, and Medications on a single screen, or delve deeply into a single item.

  • Quickly log a new Symptom, Question, or Medication: The process for logging new occurrences for the popular Symptoms, Questions, and Medications sections is now much simpler to make it even easier and faster to capture this information.

  • NEW Global Search: Seamlessly find information across the entire app or limit your search to specific sections.

Version 4 is now available on iOS and coming soon to Android!

Cancer.Net Mobile is a free app for iOS (iPhone, iPad) and Android and features:

  • Spanish-enabled! Users whose primary device language is set to Spanish are able to use all of the award-winning features of the app in their native language, as well as select oncologist-approved cancer information.

  • Get Information: up-to-date guides on 120+ types of cancer, including treatment, managing side effects, cost of care, and living with cancer, as well as the latest videos, podcasts, and Cancer.Net Blog posts

  • Record Questions: easily jot down questions for your doctors and record their answers

  • Log Medications: take photos of medication labels and bottles. Log dosage, frequency, and prescribing doctor

  • Track Symptoms: note symptoms and side effects. Automatically plot severity, date, and time in an easy-to-read line graph

  • Scheduling: add questions, symptoms, or medications to your mobile device calendar

  • Link Questions: link any questions to ask at your next appointment with a current symptom or medication

  • Optional passcode lock

  • Optional iCloud backup for the questions, medications and symptoms entered into Cancer.Net Mobile (on iCloud-enabled iOS devices)

Cancer.Net Mobile on App Store

Cancer.Net Mobile on Google Play Cancer.Net Mobile on Amazon

Download on the App Store

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Screenshots

  • App Dashboard

Reviews

Where the app truly shines is in three key features:  Ability to store questions, medications and symptoms.  The way this app implements these key features is absolutely stunning, and makes the application a must have for cancer patients and their family members.” -iMedicalApps (See the full iMedicalApps review.)

"Cancer.net app is a wonderful resource for patients.  It provides information on specific cancers, provides a place to write questions, write/record answers, list medications, record symptoms and more." - thedoctorweighsin.com

As a cancer survivor…I find this to be a great tool.  The information is updated and I love that I can use it to save questions and have easy access to resources.” - App Store user

Awards

  • Mobile Star Awards ™ Best of 201713th Annual Davey Awards, Silver Winner. Small Firms. Big Ideas.
  • Digital Health Awards ® Winner: Spring 2017

Cancer.Net Mobile was voted one of the Best Medical Apps in the Mobile Star Awards' Best of 2017 program. Cancer.Net Mobile was also named a 2017 Silver Winner of the Davey Awards, and received a Silver Award in the Spring 2017 Digital Health Awards competition, which recognizes high-quality digital health resources for consumers and health professionals. View additional awards.

Other Mobile Applications

This section provides a list of mobile applications that give people with cancer, survivors, and caregivers a convenient way to access online health information. 

Mobile Websites

This section provides a list of mobile websites that give people with cancer, survivors, and caregivers a convenient way to access online health information.