Medical apps are mobile or web-based applications that provide users with medical information and tools to help manage their health. These apps can offer a variety of features, such as symptom checkers, medication reminders, appointment scheduling, and the ability to access personal health records. They can also offer tools to track vital signs, such as blood pressure, glucose levels, and weight. Some apps are designed for specific medical conditions, such as diabetes, mental health, or pregnancy. Some apps may also provide a platform for patients to interact with their healthcare provider, such as through telemedicine. Examples of popular medical apps include WebMD, MyFitnessPal, and Practo.