The following apps have a New Zealand focus and are aimed at New Zealand users.
- Mental health and wellbeing apps
- Diabetes apps
- Asthma apps
- Gut health and nutrition apps
- Skincare apps
- First aid apps
- Healthcare services apps
- Te reo Māori language apps
|Mental health and wellbeing apps|
|Āio Māori meditation
||Staying on track
|Pregnancy, breastfeeding, baby and child care apps|
|Gut health and nutrition apps|
|First aid apps|
|Healthcare services apps|
|Te reo Māori language apps|
A New Zealand app to keep track of your warfarin dose and INR results.
A New Zealand app to check and measure your overall wellness.
A New Zealand app to support healthy ageing.
|Manaaki Ora app
A New Zealand app to provide guidance and self-help tips for improving well-being.
|Multiple sclerosis app
A New Zealand-based app to help people with multiple sclerosis cope with fatigue.
|Cancer support app
An app for New Zealanders affected by breast cancer to connect with others, share experiences, ask questions and get support.
An app that connects people seeking help and support with those offering home-based services.
A contact tracing app that enables faster contact tracing by creating a digital diary of the places you visit.
An app for any person with Parkinson’s who has walking or gait problems. It is a tool for physiotherapists to use with their patients to help reduce freezing of gait (freezing during walking) by using a method called rhythmic auditory stimulation.
|Pre Check app
An app with an interactive breast model that shows some of the breast changes associated with breast cancer.
This app is for New Zealanders wanting to learn about rheumatoid arthritis in a fun, easy-to-understand way.
|Stroke risk app
An app that is aimed at anyone wanting to calculate their risk of stroke.
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