Aarogya Setu is a mobile application developed by the Government of India which connects the various essential health services with the people of India. The application is playing a crucial role in our combined fight against COVID-19 and now, has evolved as the National Health application to serve the people of India in an exemplary way. The application has come up with an intuitive User Interface and comprehensive features such as ABHA (Health ID) creation, discovery & linking of health records to enable longitudinal digital health records, Simplified Consent Management for sharing these records, and a Seamless Search feature to find Nearby Hospitals, Labs and Blood Banks.
User can now register at OPD Counter just by scanning QR code available at the hospital.
Ratings and Reviews
Good but need this improvement
Application is absolutely good but kindly stop asking this question like have you ever visited out of the country or travelled in last 15 days ! Since lockdown no one moving. So now we have to find positive cases through application. So next step is have you meet super spreader or someone who is positive or you have a doubt on someone. Next is give information about those who are not staying home or follow rules. This steps are necessary as well as wear mask in home so secure other family members and neighbors too. Mark this mask is necessary in home so if any single person got infected then remaining members can be safe side. Or if anyone infected then the virus can not spread out of the mask. Like it if you agree it just my suggestion.
Rutvik shah Stenographer.
Add option to refer someone who needs Attention
Great initiative to connect with wider audiences to analyse the mainstream counts and spot the needed. While the personal self-test is great space for getting right inputs, we may not get the accurate picture as scared individuals may not fill it right of themselves thinking of what will it lead to at “quarantine mode”.
In addition to self-test knowing the app user, you may “also” want to ask an app user for his phone number or some unique details but easily available with app user if they had to say someone else might need help. Like referring someone to you through this app who needs more attention. Especially when the app user knows someone coughing, throwing up temperature or showing signs of this Act or has returned or either of the family members or has seen someone closely without socially distancing themselves : who returned from a foreign country and I want to report it. Government may have these details but in the greater interest of humanity, I don’t want it to be missed for any reason and use all the resources when at hand.
Technical feedback Make current version cache enabled and offline support Very useful application
A technical feedback to developers: I have already praised the app before. But in current version I noticed the loading time is more than before. Plus when then network in slow I saw more lag and previously loaded data not visible till proper internet comes. So as a mobile app expert myself my suggestion is that revert the changes done on the tech stack which is causing this, either the app is not responsive web which is caching itself for next launch or the app is native and now taking much more time as offline data is not stored, in either case the user experience is effected. Also I noticed the donate now button is missing now. so make the change quickly and do a release.
Overall A great initiative and innovative app by Indian government. Thanks for using tech to contain covid.
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- NATIONAL INFORMATICS CENTRE
- 39.4 MB
- Health & Fitness
- Requires iOS 10.3 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 10.3 or later.
English, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Oriya, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu
- Age Rating
- This app may use your location even when it isn’t open, which can decrease battery life.
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