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iHealth COVID-19 Test
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Last Updated
2022, May 13
Visibility Score
66

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iHealth COVID-19 Test Review Breakdowns

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Keyword Rank
covid test 1
ihealth 2
on/go 3
on go 4
ellume covid-19 home test 5

Downloads

Apr, 2022
Worldwide
307K

Revenue

Apr, 2022
Worldwide
$0

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Description

iHealth COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Test is the simplest way to detect SARS-CoV-2 nucleocapsid protein antigen. It's an FDA EUA Authorized OTC product that supports you to do COVID-19 self-testing at home. Main features of iHealth COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Test App: • 4 Steps, 15 Minutes, Zero Discomfort. It only takes 4 steps and 15 minutes to complete the test with a non-invasive Nasal Swab, easy to use and no discomfort, providing you a rapid, reliable, highly portable, and affordable tool to detect active COVID-19 infections. • Step-by-step tutorial videos The App offers step-by-step instructional videos to guide the user to complete the test and get a clear result Interpretation. • Simple-Sharing Health status If the result is negative after the testing, the App will generate an iHealth Pass that can be used as digital proof of negative results for private events. • Easy manage Group Testing The iHealth Test app allows the administrator of a small group to monitor and track the group members’ test results when needed at school, work, or events.

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Reviews

Not as bad as previous 3/9 review states
MNboundWalrus on 2022-05-17
Before starting this test, I read the review where this person states “unless you do the test 100% in tandem” with the video instructions, you won’t be able to complete the test in less than 30 minutes. Yes, there is a 15 minute timer you cannot skip before entering in your results. HOWEVER: if you did the test already just enter the results into the app when the 15 minutes is up. There is *nothing* that connects the test you take to the app itself. If for instance, you get a negative result, you could just as easily enter in that you got a positive, and the reverse as well. The app has the ability to report the results *that YOU entered* to your health provider (if you put that information in) or the CDC… or email to anyone! You can also show your results to anyone that wants to see them, but the app relies Entirely on the information you upload, so if you’re an scrupulous person who wishes to give out False Information (and there are plenty of conspiracy nuts who will) the app lets you. It allows you to send either actual data or false data to the CDC. You don’t need this app to do the test. In fact I recommend you don’t, unless you’re experiencing Covid symptoms and want to Truthfully have the results sent into the CDC or your healthcare provider. Then by all means use it. But do the test, skip past the videos if you know what you’re doing, wait the 15 minutes and enter in your results. The app asks two questions: does the C line show up and is there a T line (however faint). If you know this information before the timer starts, write down the answers and wait for the 15 minute timer to expire and enter those results in. So your “results” won’t have the exact time stamp in the app compared to when you actually completed the test. SO WHAT!!
Works perfectly fine
Bob Johnston on 2022-05-17
I don’t know what’s up with all these angry and bizarre reviews. I suppose the printed instructions might not be that great, but I never bothered to use them. When I saw there was an app I downloaded it, set it up, did a “dry run”, and then performed the test and submitted the results without issue. It’s not the world’s slickest app and the videos always play portrait, but they’re not “unskippable”. Just use the slider at the bottom of the video to skip to the end. I think many of these negative reviewers might be older or struggle with technology in general.
Nicely done app
P2nBoat on 2022-05-17
Don’t know why people complained. Guess they just don’t understand logic Downloaded app App give step by step visual and audio instructions Can’t move to next step unless you confirm completion of present step Takes literally 2 seconds to tap completed Guided you all the way including how to extract the sample Pretty straight forward Test takes 15 minutes before you can red results they provide 15 minute timer At the end you answer some questions and then send result to cdc or family doctor Doesn’t get any easier then this app
A waste
dmccrack2000 on 2022-05-17
Agree app is a bust! When I did get to the end and my choice was submit to DR or CDC and it asked about symptoms, there was no choice to say /-no symptoms—I just tested because I had been exposed 3-4 days before and wanted to make sure I was not positive. I had 4 shots and no symptoms so figured I was good. No choice to report that so it was a waste of time to use the app and I deleted. Instructions in the kit were sufficient and I won’t need to do it anymore now that I have the kit instructions.
App is unnecessary for the test itself
fjdibjem on 2022-05-17
The app works well, and you can actually skip videos (contrary to what most reviews here say) by moving the bar to the end. However, downloading the app is unnecessary if you’re only using it to take the test, as the test kit comes with written instructions. I got a valid result with this test, however I’m not sure how much one can trust the consistency of the test as it has you leave your test sample uncovered for 15 minutes, exposed to outside elements which could potentially hinder results.
IHealth Pass
Lijubella on 2022-05-17
The app works fine as far as testing. However I am disappointed that the iHealth Pass does not reflect more information (ie type of test taken and date of birth). I have used the verified service for travel however this service has been “sold out” for nearly a month without any specific communication from the company and calls to customer service is purely automated. This is frustrating!! Can the Pass be amended to include this info to facilitate travel?
Results are FREE. Paying optional
Dreadpirate Patty on 2022-05-17
Do not automatically pay the $25 fee unless you desire whatever the enhanced service may be. You can do the test without paying anything, and have just as accurate results. This seems like a cash grab to me, the pop up which informs you to make an appointment and pay anything seems insincere. Two stars because the test does work. No more because I think this borders on taking advantage of those who just do as told without question.
Pointless
Jakeindc on 2022-05-17
It appears all this app does is provide videos of how to use the test. I tried skipping through but it doesn't allow to skip through the wait period. maybe it allows you to enter results after waiting they the wIt period video but I want wait to find out. You can upload a copy of your vaccination record, but why? Even though it is same co.pany, it uses a different log in from other ihealth sites.
Video didn’t work on ipad or iphone
JC nickname on 2022-05-17
Video didn’t work on ipad or iphone. So I didn’t get to see it. I could skip it, but then I wasn’t given any more info except they wanted password and email. This might be for reporting results to someone, but it didn’t say that was the reason for email. The printed instructions did say you could provide results to your health care provider if you didn’t use app.
Clunky in several ways, but has the meat and potatoes
Sc1entist on 2022-05-17
Pros: - videos follow along with instructions well - Easy to read font Cons: -can’t skip the 15 minute timer - when sharing the data with CDC, there’s a drop down menu for “healthcare professional” that must be at least 200 professions long without any search bar, so you have to just keep scrolling - no autofill for address or check to see if it is legit

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