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Description

The Pill Identifier app is a searchable database which includes more than 24,000 Rx/OTC medications found in the U.S.

Search by imprint, drug name, shape and color. Access a wealth of information, including drug images, description/indication, pregnancy category, CSA schedule, strength and Rx/OTC availability. Connects to Drugs.com for additional information (where available).

See Also: Purchase the Pro edition to install more than 10,000 images directly on your mobile device and get additional information such as NDC Codes, coating, clarity and repackagers. The full edition is specifically designed for healthcare professionals and people on the move or with limited internet access.

Drugs.com does not provide medical or treatment advice. Always consult with a physician.

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About Drugs.com

Drugs.com is the most popular, comprehensive and up-to-date source of drug information online. Providing free, peer-reviewed, accurate and independent data on more than 24,000 prescription drugs, over-the-counter medicines & natural products. Drugs.com is a multiple Webby Award nominee and attracts more than 24 million U.S. visitors per month.

App Support

If you have any feature requests, suggestions or you simply need help, please visit http://www.drugs.com/apps/support/ and our responsive support team will prioritize your request.

What’s New

Version 2.109

Version 2.109
April 2021 Medication Data and Pill Imprint library update.

Ratings and Reviews

3.6 out of 5
96 Ratings

96 Ratings

Club210 ,

Valuable resource

Wish my daughter had used it. She had to be hospitalized after putting new meds in an old bottle for traveling. Didn’t pay attention and took wrong dosage. Had she paid more attention to the markings on the pills she would have maybe not made the mistake. Maybe.

Di_Pinky ,

OMG What I help this has been!!

I must to give this app a five star rating I believe it has saved my life!!! Recently I was in the hospital and from the hospital transferred to a rehabilitation facility, The hospital was of course very cautious with the medication they gave me and told me what each pill was that they were giving me unfortunately when transferred to the rehabilitation facility it became a nightmare!!! I felt like I had stepped into the twilight zone!!! These people the nurses which I'm being very nice calling them that would hand me a cup of medicine & I would ask what is this and they would say it's your high blood pressure medicine and your seizure medicine so as soon as the nurses back was turned I checked the medication numbers and identifying marks that were on the tablets and discovered that they were not giving me my medicine, as prescribed by my doctor but we're giving me Tylenol #3 & A medicine for low blood pressure so in fact they could have killed me by doing this!!! So I was able to check the app identify the medicine and not take it and so I am alive to write this review!!!! Also was in the hospital last year , where the exact same thing happened and again I checked this app to identify the tablets and they were not my prescribed medication but rather belonging to another patient!!!
If I could I would give this app 1000 star rating you guys save my life two times how do I thank you????

Oregon Rain Salesman ,

Use This App. Di_Pinky is correct

I wife was in the hospital and after surgery we had continuous problems with the medication that she was told to take.
After checking each medication we would call the nurse back in and get the list corrected.
They were using an old medication list from five years prior, mixed with a fresh medication list from a phone interview with a nurse from the hospital just a week before the surgery.
That interview was 45 minutes long and covered even holistic and across the counter meds.
In my opinion, the hospital has no excuse for messing this up so bad. And, to top it off, she was in the intensive care ward with the best professionals available.
What does that make you feel like?
Check your pills!!

App Privacy

The developer, Drugs.com, 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

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  • Usage Data

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  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

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

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