Apple Research

Apple Research

By Apple

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2019-11-13
  • Current Version: 5.0.1
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 87.49 MB
  • Developer: Apple
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 15.0 or later.
Score: 4.2
From 1,243 Ratings


The future of health research is you! Now you can contribute to groundbreaking health research in women’s health, hearing health or heart health simply by using your Apple Watch and iPhone, and the Research app. Your data and participation will help advance researchers' understanding of these areas in health that have not been well understood until now and could lead to the development of new products that will help millions lead longer and healthier lives. 1. Join the Apple Women’s Health Study, conducted in partnership with the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and National Institue of Health Sciences to help advance the understanding of menstrual cycles and health conditions such as infertility, osteoporosis, and menopause. 2. Join the Apple Heart and Movement Study, conducted in partnership with the American Heart Association and Bringham and Women's Hospital to help advance discovery in heart science and to help us learn how activity and your habits can contribute to a healthier heart. 3. Join the Apple Hearing Study, conducted in partnership with the University of Michigan to help advance the understanding of how sound exposure levels over time can impact your hearing, stress levels, and cardiac health. Features: Review available studies, learn about the research partners and the research goals, understand study expectations, and if you are eligible, enroll by providing your consent. Choose which data to share and with what study, and review and manage data collected. Perform relevant tasks for enrolled studies. Learn how other Apple research studies have contributed to advancements in health science and to the development of innovative health products. With your permission, this app can securely access the data you choose to share through the Apple Health app.



  • Choices of answers frequently not appropriate

    By AZDoodle
    Answers to questions: have you started a new medication, have you stopped a new medication, has your dosage changed, prefer not to answer. Not of the possible answers are correct since nothing has changed. You cannot move on less you choose one. Studies must be getting lots V of prefer not to answer. Either Apple or the research study needs to provide a C no change answer.
  • Family Health Info Problem (fixed!)

    By AlanChem
    Update 11/8: fixed the family health issue!! SE 3. After I enter my family health info I can’t press “Next”. It’s at the bottom and while I can pull up to see it, “Next” doesn’t stick and I can’t select it. I’ve been participating for the last few years and this is the first time I’ve had this problem for a study.
  • Apple has to do the right now so we have no

    By azzrzzrrezrr
    Apple Watch Apple Apple iPhone Apple Apple please please update update your new code please update please let me know when I get it to work and I’ll get back with it again tomorrow and let me know if I can help with your payment payment on the phone if I have a new account or anything else you you can call anytime I want you can
  • Cool idea

    By Shiny Hunt
    Fun to help out with research. Would love if Apple compensated like Google does with Google rewards.
  • HUGE BUG in the new Family History

    By Andy Ringsmuth
    Others mentioned it too. You can’t scroll down far enough to tap “next” when entering family members.
  • Silly

    By Seimenev
    Hearing tests are silly. You need headphones, but Apple has stopped shipping iPhones with headphones a long time ago. If headphones are really needed, they should be included.
  • falsa

    By apps Falsas
    No es una apps, es una extension que se utiliza para , Suplantacion y robo de identidad. Nota: Por favor LEEAN
  • I think someone graduated and abandoned it

    By Aimlessphotography
    The project seemed to start with a head of steam and promise that dwindled down to a mere trickle to keep it alive for marketing purposes. I won’t waste any more time reviewing it than they have utilizing it. I base my rating on the (seemingly abandoned) promise and initial enthusiasm for encouraging participatory (or even) citizen science. Edit: I just dis-enrolled from the hearing study because of a new diagnosis that invalidates me from any hearing study, going back years. This means that all my data must be thrown out as invalid outliers. They’ll never know that, if anyone is using the data at all, because they didn’t take the opportunity to ask me why I was dis-enrolling. The only way to contact them is a phone call during their business hours. Oh you must be kidding me—in 2023?
  • Unable to transfer studies to new iPhone

    By charliesheets
    Been trying to transfer studies to new iPhone but the progress stalls at 40%. Tried reinstalling but same issue. Is there any way to fix this?
  • Great app but needs some clarity

    By JSterio
    As an active person who may have multiple exercise sessions during a day, the “Perceived Exertion” study should identify the time of the activity so we can better respond to the data. If I went for a 30 minute walk and did a HIIT workout in the same day I’m not sure which activity you are referring to in the question. Obviously my exertion will be different and this could skew your study.



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