Check out the Redesigned CDC Mobile App
CDC Content in Your Hands 24/7
Download it free today on iOS, Android and Windows 8 devices
Available on Smartphone
The CDC Mobile application is now available on your smartphone. Whether you are an iPhone or Android user you now have 24/7 access to timely, vital health information, wherever you go.
New Content & Filtering Capabilities
iOS and Android users can enjoy a greater variety of content such as stories, videos, podcasts, journals and blogs. Organize your app home screen so the information that’s most important to you appears first! Turn off the sources you don’t want with just a flip of a switch and reset it all with the tap of a button.
Important Public Health Information 24/7
Automatic updates whenever your device is online ensures that you’re the most up-to-date with health news and information. Direct links to social media, text and email lets you immediately share the most interesting articles with friends and family. Whether you’re a fan of the weekly MMWR articles or you have an interest in the Disease of the Week, the CDC Mobile app has something for you.
Download the Updated App on iTunes and Google Play Now!
We’d love to hear your thoughts about the redesigned app! Rate the CDC Mobile App in the App Stores, or leave a comment to let us know how we’re doing. You can even send us an email through the app if you have suggestions for improvements!
Don’t worry Windows tablet users - the Windows version of the CDC app will still be available for you! If you already have the app downloaded to your Windows tablet, this update doesn’t affect your app’s functionality. You’ll still have the same easy access to great CDC articles and information.
The CDC Mobile application for Windows puts health information at your fingertips. It features important health articles, disease of the week, current outbreaks, popular journals, timely updates, and access to social media. Wherever you go, you’ll have 24/7 access to important and timely health information that you can use to protect yourself and your loved ones.
If you haven’t downloaded the app to your Windows tablet yet, check it out!
- Page last reviewed: December 21, 2016
- Page last updated: December 21, 2016
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- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Page maintained by: Office of the Associate Director for Communication, Division of News and Electronic Media