Hundreds of new apps hit iOS and Android app stores every week. We’ve sorted through them to pick the best medical apps for medical professionals.

CCRN Neonatal Pocket Prep

The CCRN Neonatal Pocket Prep app offers 74 free questions and a test-taking strategy guide before in-app purchases are required. Each answer is explained in detail and overall exam results can be viewed, as well as broken down by performance category. There are a total of 400 practice questions available after purchase. Pocket Prep, Inc. has received multiple awards for their plethora of mobile learning apps.

Price: Free

Download on iTunes

mCORE18

mCORE18 was developed with the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) as an educational initiative for current providers. It consists of “chapters” on sub-specialties in the field that are concise and up-to-date. After each chapter, a quiz enables users to evaluate their knowledge and uncover potential gaps in skill. New chapters will be added periodically.

Price: Free

Download on iTunes

Trauma Nursing

Trauma Nursing is an educational review app designed for nurses pursuing Trauma Nurse Certification (Core Course) or the Trauma Certified Registered Nurse (TCRN) certification. Detailed images and explanations, as well as links to additional online references, accompany each question. Multiple-choice and flashcard review options are available. Additional questions for each sub-specialty can be purchased within the app.

Price: Free

Download on iTunes

AO/OTA Fracture Classification

The AO Foundation has produced the AO/OTA Fracture Classification app as a tool for current trauma surgeons and physicians. The app provides a streamlined interface for coding fractures according to the 2018 classification revisions. It also includes high-quality X-rays, a search function, and the ability to add codes to a personalized “favorites” list.

Price: Free

Download on Google Play

Planned Parenthood Direct

The Planned Parenthood Federation of America is now offering scheduling and some prescription services through their app — Planned Parenthood Direct. Users can request a prescription for birth control that can be auto-refilled for up to one year plus free shipping. Prescriptions for urinary tract infection treatment can also be ordered and picked up at a local pharmacy in as little as two hours with no exam required. The app also provides “straight answers” about many birth control options.

Price: Free

Download on Google Play

CURRENT Occupational and Environmental Medicine is the Android-accessible application to the book of the same title. [Google Play]

Guide to Diagnostic Tests enables users to access this reference text on their Android devices. [Google Play]

The Lippincott Review for NCLEX-PN, Eleventh Edition is now available as an Android app. [Google Play]

Check out our previous picks here. And see what apps we thought were noteworthy in 2017.