AI Pill Identifier

iOS and iPadOS

Hi everyone,

I came upon a thread in another forum regarding an AI Pill Identifier. When asked, the developer says that it is VoiceOver friendly and has asked me to share information here. I currently don't have any pills to try this app out with, but if anyone would like to give this a shot please do and share feedback below; I'll share this post with the developer as well. Here is the app description and link:
Cost: $2.99 USD
#1 Pill Identifier on the App Store!

Quickly and accurately identify pills using your camera!

Consumer & Clinical Information at Your Fingertips

Save on Prescriptions

Take a picture, choose from your photos, or manually enter pill details to identify pills and get details. Save pills to reference them easily. With auto capture, the app continuously take pictures of your pill until a result is found. Smart Pill ID uses Artificial Intelligence to search for your pill in our databases using its inscription, color, shape, and size.

When viewing a pill, you may view details of the prescription including information for:




More consumer level information and perks are available with the Consumer Pro Plan. These features include:

Drug Interactions

Indications & Usage

Information for Nursing Mothers

Pregnancy Information

Storage & Handling Information

Unlimited Scans

Unlimited Pill Saves

Ad Free Experience

Health care providers can obtain even more information with the Clinical Plan. This includes all the features from the Consumer Pro Plan plus:

Adverse Reactions

Clinical Pharmacology


How Supplied

Laboratory Tests

Mechanism of Action

Manufacturer Documents

Drug Label Documents

Did you know that every year at least 100,000 pills are incorrectly dispensed by pharmacists in America? Smart Pill ID is perfect for prescription medicine users and health care providers such as doctors, nursers, pharmacists, and more.

DISCLAIMER: Do not rely on Smart Pill Identifier to make decisions regarding medical care. Always contact a physician before making any medical decisions. While we make every effort to ensure that data is accurate, you should assume all results are unvalidated.


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