AARP Now 4+

News, Events & Member Benefits


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Start using your digital membership card from day one by downloading AARP Now. As a member, you can access your digital card anytime from the My Account tab and join/renew with a tap. The app also gives you access to relevant news stories, local events, and nearby member benefits, including limited time member offers. Also, get a first look at AARP Rewards (beta) and sync to the Health app or your favorite fitness tracker to earn points.

Make the most of your membership by downloading AARP Now today!

Get instant access to your digital membership card, join AARP, or renew in seconds. Plus, manage your account, wherever you are.

Catch up on the latest news in just a few minutes; the AARP Now App features daily stories written with you and your mobile lifestyle in mind.

Explore hundreds of nearby events, from career workshops and movie showings to kid-friendly events, and quickly register for them right from the app.

Search for benefits and discounts in your neighborhood. Offers are added monthly.

Set push notification reminders for upcoming events or when deals you’ve saved are nearby. Reminders can easily be managed in settings.


Get more from the app with the AARP Rewards program, now part of AARP Now! Earn Rewards points for downloading AARP Now and sync your favorite fitness tracker or Apple® Health app to Rewards in the app to get even more points for steps, swimming, and cycling.

Not a problem. Non-members can still use the app and learn more about how AARP is protecting and improving the lives of the 50 plus.

If there are AARP services or information you are unable to find in the app, we encourage you to visit on your mobile phone to access them on the go!

What’s New

Version 3.33

• We've made further improvements to the benefits experience.
• We've improved the experience when accessing Account Details, Communications Preferences and Newsletters from the My Account tab. You'll no longer have to keep logging in again when navigating to these pages.
• Plus many more small bug fixes and improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
71.8K Ratings

71.8K Ratings

PamPrice62 ,

Keeping the public informed

Keeping 55 and older up to date in the world. I enjoyed reading your article and it not about being Democrat or Republican. We are all humans and feel we can read your article at ease. Thanks for the updates.
Note: I have found more and more corp doesn’t take calls…they want you to go to there website and feel out information (20 minutes) . Only 2-5 minute question.
I think there should be a contact person and separate number
( answer the call) for people that do not have phones, tablets and can’t afford internet.

jeffm23 ,

Is this 2020 or 2010?

‘Cuz this app — the NEW app, replacing two no-longer-supported apps (AARP & AARP Member Benefits), looks like it was designed for iOS 3.
First of all, a non-Universal app that doesn’t even support landscape and must be viewed at 2X on an iPad is, IMO, pathetic. Who’s advising you on this stuff, some Windows programmer? And Universal is the minimum. No iPad version is just poor policy, especially for an app that wants to be as much as this one seems to.
But here is what really bugs me: If you are working in the app, filling out a form or registering for something, and need to switch to another app for some reason (e.g., to look something up), when you switch back to AARP Now, it opens back to the home page, all entries one had made being lost in the process. That is completely unacceptable.
This happened to me just the other day, as I tried to sign up for the driver safety course thru the app (my fundamental error, should have used a browser). I was almost all the way thru, then needed to check something in another app. When I switched back to AARP Now, I was backat the home page as described above. Meanwhile, my credit card was charged, but I cannot find any access to the course, and have not received a purchase confirmation. Because the app reset to home before the process was complete.
Fix these please…🤔😉😊

Developer Response ,

Thank you for this valuable feedback. We read every single review and we're eager to improve our app based on member experience. As for driver safety, please give our team a call so we can confirm your account: t 1-800-350-7025

xhat1964 ,

Easy Fixes

TL;DR: Not optimized for iPad’s bigger screen real estate; Keychain functionality missing.

I really blame Apple for this. I’ve seen a lot of this; Apple allows a developer to say their app works on the iPad. Technically, this is true. But what that means to you and me and millions of other users is that we expect the darn thing to not be the iPhone app running on the iPad. We expect orientation modes to work, and the full screen to be utilized. Not a tiny window that renders your big, beautiful iPad into just a mirror of your iPhone screen. But Apple lets developers claim it works on the iPad when really it doesn’t. Next is Keychain, the super helpful iOS built-in password manager. This isn’t Apple’s fault, but the developers. A big, rich organization like AARP ought to support the automated filling in of login credentials on their app. I mean, AARP is constantly warning seniors about the dangers of weak passwords and phishing scams etc., yet they don’t even optimize their app to support using Keychain, which is a great way to create a really strong password without having to memorize (or write down!) a random string of characters! Do better Apple and AARP. We know you have the resources to manage that.

App Privacy

The developer, AARP, 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:

  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Data Linked to You

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

  • Financial Info
  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Health & Fitness
  • Location
  • Search History
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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


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