Mobile Apps

The United Nations system produces and maintains several mobile apps to help the public and staff stay informed and engaged with the organisation. Featured apps on our website are all produced by the UN, or in partnership with the organisation.

ShareTheMeal

ShareTheMeal is the charity app from the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize winner, The United Nations World Food Programme. The...

WHO Comprehensive Abortion Care Tool

Healthcare workers have the right to access the most up-to-date evidence-based information, to help them provide comprehensive abortion care....

WHOeyes app

Check your vision with the new WHOeyes app Visual acuity is the most common assessment of visual function. It is...

Tide Turners

A new app is aiming to help young people in Trinidad and Tobago, along with other small-island developing states,...

WeRise app

Last July, hundreds of people from across the Middle East and Northern Africa (MENA) region—including activists, influencers, academics, journalists...

PostalPay

Marginal rural populations in Uganda are able to access key financial services through an app developed by Inpay and...

ACTNOW Campaign

To preserve a livable climate, greenhouse-gas emissions must be reduced by half by 2030 and to net zero by...

Quit Tobacco App (WHO)

The World Health Organization's ‘Quit Tobacco App’ helps people kick the cigarette butt and give up use of tobacco...

Review Digital Toolkit

The Review Toolkit is the first mobile application specifically designed by the United Nations to make knowledge sharing methodology...

UNdata

UNdata is a free data visualization app that gives users portable access to a compilation of key statistical indicators...