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Top Android apps for nurses

Jeff Richardson
Jeff Richardson

We know that everybody loves their smartphones, so we’ve featured a ton of apps for i-devices in numerous posts on our site. But don’t worry, Android users—we haven’t forgotten about you! In fact, there are lots of amazing apps for nurses and nursing students on Android phones. To keep it simple, we’ve chosen just a couple of top picks.

  • Have a ton of patients and need reminders for your tasks? Nurses Aid is a handy helper to keep you on track.
  • The Drugs Dictionary is a useful reference app that contains information about medications: their uses, dosages, how to take them, side effects, precautions, drug interactions, missed doses and storage.

Nursing students, we know you need a hand, too! Here are a few apps just for you:

  • Studying anatomy and need a little help? Then Nursing Anatomy is the app for you! At $3.99, it’s probably the cheapest study aid you’ll find without making your own note cards.
  • Still prepping for your NCLEX? Try one of these test-prep apps: NCLEX-RN or Nursing Exams.

 

What are your favorite Android apps that have helped you with your nursing duties? Share them in the comments section below!

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2 Responses to Top Android apps for nurses

  1. Argenbarx

    The Nurse Diary Premium app is free and is worth a look. Nurses can record shift types and leave and it has alarms and reminders. You can also keep your daily life activities recorded, email your monthly shifts and there are plenty of resources. It localizes contents to what country you are in too.

  2. Dalester2579

    I logged onto this site because I’m about to enter a nursing program here in Florida and was wondering how others chose what specialty to go into after. I found your blog so helpful and somewhat common sense driven. I went back to college two years ago when my older sister, Tammy, killed herself. She was a nurse for 8 years, working for the 5th largest hospital chain in the U.S. Lee Memorial Health Systems. This entire experience and life change has been so bitter sweet for me. I’m not sure I would be where I am at had my sister not chosen to take her own life. She was my idol and inspiration. Sorry, got a little sidetracked there. I’m not sure where I want to specialize in yet. I’m one of those people that truly gets along with everyone. Older people, kids, etc. I have had so many different life experiences that now allow me to empathize with a vast variety of people, which I love. I just love people and being around others.
    This blog gave me hope that when I realize it, it’ll be clear to me. I’m glad I found this site. It has so many useful tips and suggestions. The links to testing help and nursing APPS, so awesome! Thank you so much to whomever created it. Much obliged! I feel like nursing in general is a huge family of people that spend their lives bettering others. It’s a family I am proud of myself for becoming part of. Wish me luck!

    -Dale F.
    Fort Myers, FL
    36/M

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