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Microsoft launches My NHS app for Windows phones

my-nhs-app copyMicrosoft has released a new app called My NHS for Windows phones, which will provide users with access to NHS services, the Microsoft HealthVault and a lot more important information that’s handy to have in your pocket.

There are a number of NHS apps available for iPhone users, like NHS Direct and NHS Quit Smoking, but this week Microsoft announced that its developed an NHS app specially for Windows phones, called My NHS.

The application brings users all kinds of information from the NHS, like local services, condition and treatment information and contact details, as well as integration with Microsoft’s HealthVault, a way to save all of your important information into your own dedicated account. Your mobile’s GPS functionality means you can find local services quickly and easily, there’s an A to Z of comprehensive information about problems and treatments and the integration with HealthVault means you can privately store and retrieve information.

According to the first reviews the app’s interface is intuitive and easy-to-use, but some Scottish users have been really disappointed to see it doesn’t work in many areas, so let’s hope these location issues get rectified soon, as the app is a great way of providing users with vital information to the palms of their hands.

Available from the Windows Phone Marketplace.


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