Official EpiPen App for iPhone/iPad and Android

The free MyEpiPenApp was created to assist people at risk for an allergic emergency, or those who care for someone at risk, share information about their allergies and symptoms.

Within this free app, you’ll find:

- A video demonstrating how to use an EpiPen Auto-Injector

- A quick slideshow (User Guide) to help you visually walk someone through the three steps of an EpiPen injection

- The ability for you and your healthcare professional to create multiple allergy profiles listing allergens to avoid and symptoms that may indicate an allergic emergency

- The ability to share the User Guide and your allergy profile(s) with anyone via email

MyEpiPenApp may be used without entering any information that directly identifies you. Information that you record is stored only on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. Dey Pharma, L.P. does not collect personal information when you use the MyEpiPenApp application.

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  1. Anonymous1/06/2011

    No Android app?

  2. Anonymous1/06/2011

    The only thing I don't like about the app is when you view a profile already entered. The only way I can pull it up is to go into "Edit" and it's difficult to view the info there. The email you can send through it with the profile info is AWESOME. I love being able to send this easily to someone who will be caring for my son.

  3. Anonymous1/06/2011

    Good to know. Thank you for the feedback from user's perspective.

  4. Anonymous1/06/2011

    Are you going to work on the Android Version?

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  6. Anonymous1/06/2011

    Re: Android app - you should ask the guys here:

    They are the ones who made the app... This blog is not affiliated with them.

  7. Anonymous1/24/2012

    Looks like the Epipen app is no longer available in the US store?

  8. Agreed. Can't find the app in iTunes or online...

    Any idea, Dr Dimov?

  9. As of June 2012 (and probably earlier), both the EpiPen app and the "how to use" video have been removed from the official EpiPen website. It's not clear why.