Google Health Studies

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About this app

Google Health Studies lets you securely contribute to health research studies with leading institutions, right from your phone. Volunteer for studies that matter to you and represent your community.

Simply download the app and enroll in a study.

Help researchers make advancements in medicine, healthcare and wellbeing:
  • Self-report symptoms and other data
  • Volunteer for multiple studies in one app
  • Track your information with digital health reports
  • Learn research findings from the studies you participate in
  • Share your Fitbit data with researchers

Help researchers better understand sleep quality.
The newest study available is a sleep quality study conducted by Google. If you participate in this study, you’ll provide data to help researchers understand how your movement, phone interaction, and Fitbit data are associated with sleep.

You’re in control of your data: You may withdraw from the study at any time and data will only be collected with your informed consent.

Your input matters: Google Health Studies aims to create opportunities for more people to participate in health research. By contributing, you’ll represent your community and start improving the future of health for everyone.
Updated on
Aug 22, 2023

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
Learn more about how developers declare sharing
This app may collect these data types
Location, Personal info and 5 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted
Independent security review

Ratings and reviews

404 reviews
Andrea Schiefer (djpurity)
May 17, 2023
Interesting use with my Fitbit watch to log how I'm doing every so often with easy, quick check-ins! It was easy to set up and easy to get started. I don't mind contributing to the Digital Wellbeing Study. I get a notification when to do a quick check-in. I click the notification to go to the app, but usually everytime it shows nothing and a retry button. If I click retry, then the app works fine. That's the only issue I see is having to always reload it to show the questions, then done fast.
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Joe Gibson
September 27, 2023
Studies claiming you will receive compensation for your time are directly lying. Both Google and Principal Investigators refuse to respond to correspondence. If you want to contribute altruisticly great, but don't expect them to keep their side of the deal when it comes to compensation.
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Daniel Russell
December 24, 2020
Not invasive. Only one study available to me at the moment. Seems like this could have some serious positive impact. This app should be advertised, expanded upon (added studies such as Glaucoma, high-blood pressure, depression, anxiety, diabetes, etc). This could provide the mental health field with valuable anonymous data. Most people with mental health conditions find it easier to open up and describe there problems in an anonymous manner. Keep it up Google! Small things make big changes!
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What's new

* New study on Sleep Quality