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About this app

Medical ID allows creating medical profiles that are accessible from your lock screen. In case of emergency, profiles enable quick access to vital information such as your allergies, blood type, medical contacts, etc. that are essential to attending first responders, medics, or medical staff having to take action. You can also share your location with emergency contacts even when the app is closed (for up to 24 hours or until you stop sharing).

The display and access of your medical information from your lock screen are made possible via an accessibility service to enable and that is part of the core features of the app. Once enabled, the accessibility service displays a widget over your lock screen. This widget helps people who have disabilities, or first responders in case of emergency, to take action and access medical data.

This is the free version of the app. Upgrading to the premium version gives you access to more features and help us to maintain the app and add features. Please note the upgrade is required only once in your lifetime!a

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May 9, 2022

Data safety

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10.3K reviews
Teri Barr
June 24, 2022
Getting really disappointed with this app. I keep my phone locked and have the icon on the locked screen. However, it keeps disappearing every 2 minutes and I have to keep going into the app and the settings to get it back. I have some health issues and like this app, but don't like going into the settings every couple minutes. Maybe I should just look for a different app or something else to use instead.
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Jan Spielberger
June 4, 2022
I've had this app on a couple of phones and it used to work great. However, on my new Samsung Galaxy A52s that I got mid-April, the widget keeps disappearing from the lock screen. Each time it goes away, I reset it but it's very frustrating. It never did this before. On my last phone, it was always there. Not helpful if it's not available for emergency personnel.
8 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
April 13, 2022
Although I like the contents of this app, it has one bug that drives me crazy. In the past week or so, the app banner on the lock screen does not display. I can go into settings and temporarily fix the issue. But by the end of the day I have to do it all over again. Without the lock screen access, the app is little more than a notepad to organize ones medical info
29 people found this review helpful
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Laurent Pellegrino
May 1, 2022
Hello, Thanks for your feedback. Recent devices include "battery optimizations" that kill third-party apps like Medical ID under multiple conditions. I suggest following what is explained on the next link to ensure such optimizations do not affect the app: https://dontkillmyapp.com/ Have a nice day.

What's new

• Accessibility service responsiveness has been improved.
• New lock screen widget installation example for Android 10+.