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Description

Ada helps you and your loved ones check symptoms and discover what might be causing them – day or night without an appointment. Whatever’s bothering you, from stomach problems to headache, Ada’s free symptom checker can help you find answers and let you know if you should see a doctor.

Created by doctors to think like a doctor, our app is trustworthy, fast, and available when and where you need it. Join the 10 million people who have already downloaded the world's most popular symptom check app.



How do free symptom checks work?

You answer simple questions about your own or someone else’s health and symptoms.
Ada’s AI assesses your answers against its medical dictionary of thousands of disorders and medical conditions.
You receive a personalized assessment report that tells you what could be wrong and what to do next.


What can you expect from an assessment?

- Data privacy and security – we apply the strictest data regulations to protect you and keep your information private.
- Smart results – our core system connects medical knowledge with intelligent technology.
- Personalized health information – your guidance is personal to your unique health profile.
- Assessments for loved ones – if you assess someone else, their information stays separate from your own.
- Health checks – your assessments include information that may be relevant and helpful to your doctor.
- 24/7 access – you can use the free symptom checker anytime, anywhere.


What can you tell Ada?

Ada answers medical questions of every kind. Here are some of the most common searches:

Symptoms
- Fever
- Allergic rhinitis
- Loss of appetite
- Headache
- Abdominal pain and tenderness
- Nausea
- Fatigue
- Vomiting
- Dizziness


Medical conditions:
- Common cold
- Influenza infection (flu)
- Viral sinusitis
- Diabetes
- Tension headache
- Migraine
- Chronic pain
- Fibromyalgia
- Arthritis
- Allergy
- Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
- Anxiety disorder
- Depression

Categories:
- Skin conditions such as rashes, acne, insect bites
- Pregnancy
- Children’s health
- Sleeping problems
- Indigestion issues, such as vomiting, diarrhea
- Eye infections


Disclaimer
The Ada Health App is a Class I medical device in the European Union. Registration in other markets is pending.

CAUTION: Ada cannot give you a medical diagnosis. Contact urgent care immediately in an emergency. Ada does not replace your healthcare professional's advice or an appointment with your doctor.


We want to hear from you. If you have any feedback or just want to get in touch, reach us at hello@ada.com

What’s New

Version 3.11.0

Hi. We expanded maternal & child health conditions so it’s easier to care for loved ones. We also improved onboarding so tell your friends. Take care and email feedback to hello@ada.com

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
9.4K Ratings

9.4K Ratings

HoneyLemon* ,

Very Accurate!

I don’t usually leave reviews, but this app has been incredibly helpful for me. For some reason this past year I went through a few rough illnesses, one in particular that no one was able to accurately diagnose. I was in the worst pain I have ever been in and everyone kept telling me that it was nothing, or that they weren’t sure what was causing it. With nowhere left to turn I decided to downloaded this app put my symptoms in to try and find out something about what might be going on. The app makes it clear that this is not a true medical diagnosis and that you should always seek help from a doctor in person when you can, but even still it came up with a few possible diagnoses that I was curious about. Nearly a week later, when my condition finally got bad enough a doctor was able to figure out what was causing the pain and it turned out to be the same diagnosis this app suggested as the most likely cause of my symptoms. Since this incident I have used the app a few more times and it has been very helpful and incredibly informative.

Bookworm0917 ,

Programmed very well.. but could use some minor improvements

I’m diagnosed with bipolar disorder and ada has been able to help me distinguish between when I’m having an anxiety attack or when my muscle aches and pains were more than just side effects of my meds. However, I believe that ada could be improved if we were able to add pre existing conditions to our profiles, in addition to our prescriptions actually factoring into the reports. Am I feeling fatigued because of my meds? Or is it something else? Pre existing conditions and medications can make it that much harder to question if it’s more than a side effect. And especially in the times of Covid seeking medical help is just getting more expensive in the US. But ada has helped me see when I should and shouldn’t go to the doctor (they helped me recognize the symptoms of pneumonia in time for me to get diagnosed before my lungs would be damaged any further than they were). I love this program, I just wish we could add the illnesses we already have and the effects our meds have on us. Of course the devs can’t list every medication, but letting us list the symptoms those meds cause should be factored into ada’s reports. There’s more conditions other than smoking, diabetes, etc that ada currently lists, and I feel the preexisting conditions are very limited. And I hope my thoughts on this are seen by the devs and can be brought into consideration.

froghead*rates ,

It’s a lifesaver!

For someone like me, who’s always worrying about having the most major sickness when I only have small symptoms, ada is a lifesaver. Anytime you feel sick and anything hurts, you can use ada to type your symptoms down and answer a few questions about how you’re feeling. This includes things like, “how are your symptoms changing over time?” and if you have any other symptoms. It lists a number of different things you could have, some of them are less likely then others. You can read about the sickness and it even gives you remedies to treat it. This app has helped me a number of times, and it’s also very easy and simple to use. You can get a symptom assessment done in only a few minutes because the questions are simple and straight to the point. Still, you should always see a doctor if you’re worried, and I’m happy to say ada does also remind you that. I have nothing bad to say about this app at all. It even checks up on past symptom assessments to see if you’re doing okay!

App Privacy

The developer, Ada Health, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Health & Fitness
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Search History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Sensitive Info
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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