AI Dermatologist: Skin Scanner

AI Dermatologist: Skin Scanner

By Acina

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2020-06-03
  • Current Version: 5.0.1
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 135.27 MB
  • Developer: Acina
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 12.4 or later.
Score: 4.48718
From 468 Ratings


AI-Dermatologist is an innovative app helping you monitor your skin health and detect any unusual or alerting skin conditions. We all want to have healthy and clear skin, and in order to achieve this result, it is necessary to make an effort and try different skin care methods. We may need a rash identifier, a mole checker, a skin analyzer, or an acne scanner, depending on the problem. The AI-Dermatologist app combines all these functions. We have designed this modern skin analyzer so that by using it on a regular basis, if you suspect a problem, you can contact your healthcare providers in time and avoid complications. Based on today's most advanced Artificial intelligence technologies and professional knowledge and expertise in dermatology, our application enables you to check all your skin problems for risk assessment: spots, birthmarks, acne, moles or papillomas. In 1 minute AI-Dermatologist gives a result on the next step to be taken. Likewise, AI-Dermatologist gives you the opportunity to store photos to keep track of changes over time and monitor your skin health in the long run. By creating AI-Dermatologist, we supported the idea of making skin screening and monitoring accessible to everyone. With AI-Dermatologist you can: - Snapshot your skin spots, birth-marks, mole or another skin diseases such as: angioma, warts, papillomas, mollusks and etc. - Take / upload photos and track results for changes - Get a reminder when it is time to take a new photo, take pills or build a skin care routine - Сreate your own scheme for the medicines or cosmetics’ use according to your schedule - Track dynamics of baseline and follow-up results - Easily log the tracked your skin conditions locations on your body Please note that AI-Dermatologist is not a diagnostic tool and does not replace or cancel a visit to your doctor. This application aims to help you be more aware of your skin condition via self-exams, but it is not an online dermatology platform. If you ever feel uncomfortable or see that your skin spot is changing, irritated, itchy or bleeding, we strongly recommend that you contact a medical specialist without hesitation to avoid the risk of melanoma or other skin diseases. By signing up for this subscription, you agree to our Terms of use Privacy Policy



  • Inaccurate and wants money

    By worleymd
    Gave them a photo, got an obviously wrong result, tried to do a different photo and they won’t show me results without money. Don’t know why I’d give them money after they’ve only been wrong
  • Fast but I don’t know if it’s accurate

    By mochi crunch
    I took a picture and got an instant result. I was told it’s a form of acne, but I’m not really sure this is likely
  • No

    By cp7015
    Make sure your first pic is perfect or pay for the next. Good concept- poor app. Just said no pathology and didn’t even pick up on the different skin discoloration even though the picture was good. Identified random freckles as okay which wasn’t even the concern- it was the contrast in normal and red spotting on a section of my skin.
  • No free trial

    By Cass8472926
    This app doesn’t even let you try one photo for free, incredibly frustrating as I wanted to check the accuracy before purchasing anything. Will not recommend this app to anyone.
  • Pay for a diagnosis

    By MkeS9151
    Take a picture but to see any result you need to pay for a subscription as it showed 10.99 a week or a daily rate instead. I see the developer response that it’s an Apple store setup, so I’ll put the rating to 3 stars but I still believe it needs to be more transparent in the description.
  • False alarm

    By bxdaniel
    The app does not correctly identify anything
  • Fake

    By Daniel919910
    1st a spot was diagnosed as 99% positive for Basel cell carcinoma so I went to my dermatologist who told be the spot was not cancer but I requested she biopsy anyway. The rest came back as not cancer. I took a photo of the biopsy site and uploaded to this site and was told 89% positive the biopsy site was actually HPV! This app is a joke!!



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