QIAGEN App 4+

QIAGEN GmbH

Designed for iPad

    • 5.0 • 1 Rating
    • Free

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Description

QIAGEN’s iPhone and iPad Apps — simplifying your daily work at the lab bench



The QIAGEN App is a great resource for iPhone and iPad users that helps to ease and simplify your daily work in the lab. The app provides simultaneous multiple lab timers, tables of many commonly used lab buffers and solutions, a variety of conversion and dilution calculators.





The latest version of the QIAGEN App includes Quick-Start Protocols for QIAGEN sample technologies, PCR and next-generation sequencing, human identity testing and forensics, food safety testing and other great applications.





The app also includes packages for users of QIAcube, QIAgility, QIAxpert and Rotor-Gene Q providing protocol sheets, support documents, tutorials and updates.

What’s New

Version 2.5.0

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

Get Quick-Start Protocols for QIAGEN sample technologies, PCR and next-generation sequencing, human identity testing and forensics, food safety testing and other great applications.
Find Lab timer, calculators and QR-code reader combined under Lab Tools.
Follow QIAGEN with links to social media.

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
1 Rating

1 Rating

PooDooJedi ,

A great little helper

Great for calculations I can (or should be able to 😄) do when I haven't had enough coffee to jump start my brain yet. But seriously, a real time saver and a great app!

livthemdns ,

Not a bad start

I think this is a good app, but qiagen has kind of missed the mark here. The most useful feature is one that they still haven't put in: They need to put copies of their protocols and quick start sheets in this app (bonus points if they build in a timer feature for the ones where it would be appropriate). It never fails that someone has removed the book from the box or spilled something on the protocol book. I doubt it would be hard to put together an app with all the protocols in it for their kits.

Lupuj ,

Can use more work

This is probably a good start, a very timid first step in which I think will be the future of lab protocols.

App Privacy

The developer, QIAGEN GmbH, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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