Pocket Pharmacist

Pocket Pharmacist

By Danike, Inc.

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2010-08-22
  • Current Version: 3.5.26
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 50.73 MB
  • Developer: Danike, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
Score: 4.70912
From 2,819 Ratings


"Pocket Pharmacist feels like you're talking to a live pharmacist versus reading through an encyclopedia!" Download now for a free trial. Not impressed? Simply unsubscribe and walk away without paying a dime (during the 1-week free trial period). DRUG INFORMATION ∙ Drug summaries are curated and summarized by a Pharmacist (Doctor of Pharmacy) -- focused on drugs approved by the United States FDA ∙ Unbiased information (zero pharmaceutical sponsorship and no advertisements) ∙ Wicked fast drug search (internet not required) INTERACTION CHECKER ∙ Provides interactions as well as overlapping precautions and side effects (no other app has this feature) ∙ Easy to understand (no complicated medical jargon) ∙ Super accurate MED QUIZ ∙ The best drug study guide, period. ∙ Test your drug and medication knowledge ∙ Unlimited multiple-choice questions and flashcards MED BOX ∙ All your medication information...nice and neat ∙ Impress your medical team with organized printouts ∙ Run interaction checks _______________________ FEATURED IN ∙ O (The Oprah Magazine) ∙ SteadyHealth ∙ iPhone Life Magazine ∙ Woman's Day ∙ CNET _______________________ In-App Auto-Renewable Subscription Details - Pocket Pharmacist Monthly and Pocket Pharmacist Yearly include an ad-free experience, access to all current features, drug information curated and summarized by a pharmacist (updated monthly), future features, technical updates, and prompt email support for the duration of the subscription period. - Any unused portion of a free trial period will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription. - Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. - Your subscription will automatically renew at the duration selected unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. - Your iTunes Account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period. The cost of the renewal will be the subscription fee you have agreed to. - You can manage your subscription by visiting your iTunes Account Settings after purchase. - If you choose not to renew your subscription, you will no longer have access to the App after the end of the current period. For more information, please see Pocket Pharmacist's Privacy Policy (https://pocketpharmacist.io/privacy-policy) and Terms & Conditions of Use (https://www.pocketpharmacist.io/terms-conditions-of-use).



  • Too expensive

    By phootnote
    App is too expensive.
  • Helpful tool for alternatives by classification

    By Lynie Nguyen
    I can keep the older version . I miss how I can add my notes to the drug and how it lists all the drugs under each drug classes . And I miss the disease brief summary :(
  • Rx app

    By Igivup133
    It’s convenient having this app saves time in telling Dr of current and past meds. Also gives informative explanation of medications
  • BEWARE!!

    By H20W
    If I could give negative stars, I would! I should have read the reviews prior to downloading and beginning to use this App. Unfortunately I did not and learned the hard way that this App is a Svam to get your personal medical information then immediately FORCE you to pay to proceed forward with accessing, modifying and/or deleting your medical information. In other words, they STEAL your medical info! Within minutes that I finished entering my prescription/medical information and clicked on the check interactions button, a pop up appeared with subscription options with the tagline to “help support a small family-run business”. There was absolutely NO way to close subscription screen or to decline until later, etc… nor was there any way to regain access to your personal medical information that you had already entered. I’m not an attorney, but this cannot be in compliance with HIPAA laws. I never consented to them stealing my personal medical information. I never clicked on an agreement prior to entering my information with the understanding that by doing so, I would be locked out of accessing my information without being forced to subscribe. This is intentional theft of our most personal and confidential medical information disguised as a helpful prescription tool, but is actually a smokescreen so the developers can stea our personal information and sell it on the open market. I’m all for supporting small family businesses, but not this one!!! User BEWARE!!!
  • Great app!

    By Laketri12
    Wonderful app, shows the information I need and it’s incredibly quick, only wish it had a dark mode!
  • Outstanding, Comprehensive

    By Aircavmedic
    I have used many pharmacology books over my years as an RN. PDR, Mosby’s, and others. That was even before cell phones and after. This app RX, I prefer over some Nursing drug handbooks. Obviously, easier than carrying a book, this is very inclusive. I usually go to this app first, then others if needed. The developer is a Pharmacist. Any questions or problems, the developer will reach out to you. Highly recommended. Also some drug apps provide RN specific considerations, and/or teaching materials. This, however gives me personally, all the information I need. Any problems, the developer will reach out fairly quickly. Thank you.
  • Very helpful!

    By SFD-RN
    I have by no problems with this app! Very useful in my job as RN, F2F nurse.
  • Excellent Application

    By Catawba Kid
    I like the interaction information, all right there at the click of the button. Great record keeper.
  • Must Have App if Taking Multiple Medications

    By XCH Jr
    If you take several medications each day, you need this app. It explains side effects and possible interactions with other meds in plain English. If your doctor has prescribed a new med for you, this app makes it so simple to quickly check for possible interactions with the meds you already take. I find doctors are getting better at looking up possible interactions before prescribing new meds but they don’t always do so. And doctors can’t possibly know all the possible interactions. Especially if you’re on a lot of medications. Your pharmacist is supposed to catch interactions and alert you to concerning side effects but they’re often so busy they don’t always alert you to problems unless you ask them. And that won’t happen at all with mail order. So be safe, take charge of your healthcare and use Pocket Pharmacist.
  • Excellent app

    By maro14821
    This app is very helpful and contains tons of useful information that will benefit any student and healthcare provider. I would love to see drug images along with the NDC added in the future updates if possible. Also, the yearly subscription is a bit too much for me as a student. Other than that it’s a great app.



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