Google Health Studies

4.1
285 reviews
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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 scientists better understand digital wellbeing.
The newest study available is a digital wellbeing study conducted by the Center for Digital Mental Health at the University of Oregon. If you participate in this study, you’ll provide data to help researchers understand how patterns of smartphone use are associated with mental and physical wellbeing.

You’re in control of your data: In the digital wellbeing study, analyses are conducted on-device to limit the upload of any raw 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
Jul 25, 2022

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
4.1
285 reviews
Bridzita Mulcahy
July 1, 2022
If you are not shy about giving out personal health information about yourself this is a perfect app to help out your community with health studies.
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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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Amit B
April 22, 2021
It's a great concept that could really benefit the health surveys and improve convenience. But this is Google, Inc. They'll find a way to completely ruin it. It's been several months and no new studies have been added. Only one. Whether it's the fault of google or lack of participating surveyors remains to be seen. But as of right now, it looks like this app is in the "ER" for now.
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What's new

* New study on Digital Wellbeing with the Center for Digital Mental Health at the University of Oregon
* Added Fitbit support - you can now share your Fitbit data with researchers
* Added support for studies to use coded data