By Healthdirect Australia
The healthdirect app is Australia’s free health app that helps you to make informed decisions about your health.
Check your symptoms with the healthdirect Symptom Checker, find a health service and search for trusted health information through the app.
You can also connect the app to your My Health Record to see your health records, including your COVID-19 Digital Certificate, immunisations, pathology reports and Medicare items.
More apps from our information partners
Asthma First Aid app
The Asthma First Aid app is an educational tool developed by Asthma Australia for people with asthma, their families and carers. It provides easy access to the asthma first aid steps in both live and training versions.
Beyond Blue’s free BeyondNow app helps you prepare a safety plan to help get you through the tough times. It's at the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.
The Child360 app, developed by developed by Emerging Minds and Portal Australia, has been designed as a tool for parents to reflect on how they are going in supporting their children’s social and emotional wellbeing and identify areas where action can be taken to strengthen resilience.
Counterpart Navigator app
When you have questions about your cancer diagnosis, treatment or life after cancer, finding the right information online can be overwhelming. the Counterpart Navigator app is a stepping stone to reliable up-to-date information on topics you may want to know about.
Daisy connects people experiencing violence or abuse to local services across Australia. Family members and friends can also use Daisy to gather information and support people who are experiencing violence.
First Aid app
A free, easy-to-use app that gives you instant access to the information you need to know to handle the most common first aid emergencies.
Get Prepared app
Australian Red Cross Lifeblood's ‘Get Prepared’ app helps Australian adults to prepare for any type of emergency.
The HeadCheck App is a concussion app to assist parents, first aiders, trainers and coaches to recognise and manage recovery of concussion in kids.
The HeadGear app from Black Dog Institute is a free, easy-to-use app that guides you through a 30–day mental fitness challenge designed to build resilience and wellbeing and may help prevent depression.
High Res app
DVA's High Res app is designed to help serving and former Australian Defence Force personnel and their families manage stress and negative thinking.
The iBobbly app from Black Dog Institute is a self-help app that helps Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged 15 years and over to build good social and emotional wellbeing.
Kids' Guide to Cancer app
The Kids’ Guide to Cancer app empowers kids to learn more about cancer on their own terms, at their own pace – and understand everything that is going on.
Kiss My Asthma app
The Kiss My Asthma app is for young people, developed by young people. The app was developed by the University of Sydney with funding from Asthma Australia’s National Research Fund. Learn more here.
Manage Medicine app
App for managing your medicines and/or those of someone you care for, recording & storing important medical information.
New Normal Navigator app
The New Normal Navigator app helps mums, dads and other carers of a child diagnosed with cancer navigate the return home from hospital and the months afterwards.
Communication support for people who are deaf, hard of hearing and /or have a speech impairment and need to communicate with person who can hear and are using a phone.
ON TRACK with The Right Mix app
DVA’s ON TRACK with The Right Mix is a free app to help current and former defence force members track drinking and spending and their impact on wellbeing.
Raising Healthy Minds app
Raising Healthy Minds is a free app that supports parents, carers and professionals to build knowledge and confidence concerning the social and emotional wellbeing of children.
Smiling Mind is a free app designed to help reduce stress and improve your wellbeing.
Sunny is 1800RESPECT's app for people with disability who are experiencing, or risk experiencing, domestic, family and sexual violence. The app provides support to individuals to recognise, respond and get help if they are experiencing violence and abuse.
What Were We Thinking! app
Jean Hailes' free app, What Were We Thinking!, provides information to help new parents. It is available from the Apple iOS Store.
WorryTime by ReachOut.com gives people a place to store their daily worries. It is a free app that is suitable for ages 12+ and is available from the Apple App Store.
Young Onset Parkinson's YOP-X app
The Young Onset Parkinson’s Exchange (YOP-X) is an information portal and resource hub supporting people with young onset Parkinson's.
Last reviewed: November 2022