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Top 10 Best Allergy Android Apps – Updated June 2022

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Many of you probably struggle with some sort of allergies. They can range from annoying to problematic, depending on what we’re talking about. Well, in order to help you deal with them, we’ve created a list of the best allergy apps for Android. Do note that you’ll find both general allergy apps on this list, along with ones that specialize in specific problems. There’s something for everyone on this list.

We’ve highlighted 10 applications down below, though there are many more in the Play Store, of course. These are only our favorites, and all of them are great in their own regards. The apps are not listed in any specific order, though, so don’t pay much attention to the order of things. Along with app names and links, you’ll find quite a bit more information here. Information regarding pricing, required Android version, descriptions, and so on.

Top 10 Best Allergy Android Apps 2022

Below is a quick overview of the top 10 best allergy Android apps for 2022, including any download and in-app purchase costs.

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Download CostIn-app cost (per item)
Allergy Plus$2.49-$24.99
Amwell
AirVisual
AirCare$1.49-$14.99
Find Me Gluten Free$19.99
Cara Care$4.49-$89.99
Yummly$0.99-$29.99
MoodBites$3.99-$39.99
mySymptoms Food Diary$4.99
WebMD: Symptom Checker

Top 10 Best Allergy Android Apps 2022 Downloads

Below is a little more information on each app, and a direct link for easy downloading.

All download links go to the app’s Google Play Store listing. Users are always recommended to download apps from Google Play or an authorized app store.

Allergy Plus

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  • Price: Free to download
  • In-app purchases: $2.49-$24.99
  • Size: Varies with device
  • Google Play rating: 4.7 out of 5 stars

Allergy Plus is probably the best allergy app for most of you. Why? Well, it’s quite general, it doesn’t specify in a specific allergy type, and it’s also a really good app in general. This application brings a nice UI, and it’s based on Pollen.com, an allergy forecasting website. It will provide you with location-specific, real-time allergy information. Do note that it is region-locked, though, so it may not be available in your region.

This app can provide you with the latest allergy, air quality, and weather forecasts. It can notify you on forecasted allergy level changes, and show you a 5-day allergy and weather forecast side-by-side. On top of that, it will show you in-depth information on impactful allergens in your area, which can be immensely useful. This app is free to use, though do note that ads are included.

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Amwell

  • Price: Free to download
  • In-app purchases: No
  • Size: Varies with device
  • Google Play rating: 4.4 out of 5 stars

Amwell is essentially a telemedicine app. If there is another telemedicine app that you prefer over this one, that will do as well. Amwell is a great choice for such an app, though, as long as it’s available where you live. This app will provide you with online medical care, on-demand. All you need to do is download the app, choose the type of your visit, and choose your health provider.

Now, Amwell is available for a wide-range of health issues that you may have, and allergies are included in the package. No matter what allergy you’re dealing with, chances are Amwell’s doctors will be able to help you. Many major health insurance carriers do cover Amwell visits, which is one of the reasons we’ve included it on this list. The service is available 24/7, and its doctors are licensed professionals.

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AirVisual

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  • Price: Free to download
  • In-app purchases: No
  • Size: Varies with device
  • Google Play rating: 4.7 out of 5 stars

AirVisual is one of the best air quality applications on the market, and Play Store ratings reflect that. This app brings a great-looking user interface to the table, not to mention that ads are not included here. You can use the app for free without any obstructions. The app will provide you with real-time and forecast air pollution data that matters. In fact, it will go into quite a bit of detail while doing so.

It provides detailed figures on key pollutants for more than 10,000 cities in 80+ countries. So, once again, depending on where you live, the forecast may not be available. Considering how many cities and countries it supports, though, chances are you’re good. The app provides 7-day air pollution and weather forecasts. It also shares health recommendations. You can even link your air quality monitors to the app, if you want.

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AirCare

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  • Price: Free to download
  • In-app purchases: $1.49-$14.99
  • Size: Varies with device
  • Google Play rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars

AirCare is another great air quality app, and in addition to specializing for that, it’s also one of the best-looking apps on the list. This app comes with a colorful, and yet minimalistic UI, It will give you all the information you need, and look great while doing so. Developers often underestimate the importance of great design with such apps. This app can provide you with real-time air quality data for 40+ countries in North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia.

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AirCare will show you “clear and understandable” real-time information about air pollution. Live data for AQI (Air Quality Index) is included, and the same goes for raw pollutants like PM10, PM2.5, O3, CO, NO2, SO2 (on supported stations). There is also a “Summer mode” for UV and pollen data, while you can get all that data presented in nice-looking graphs, charts, and maps. That is where this app’s design truly shines.

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Find Me Gluten Free

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  • Price: Free to download
  • In-app purchases: $19.99
  • Size: Varies with device
  • Google Play rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars

If you’re celiac, gluten insensitive, or just practice a gluten-free diet, this is the app for you. Find Me Gluten Free is an app that can locate a gluten-free restaurant in your vicinity. Finding such a spot is extremely simple, all the app has to do is use your phone’s location. Once you allow it that permission, it will scan places nearby you, and show you the restaurants that offer gluten-free food.

The UI here is extremely simple. There is a toolbar at the bottom that will provide you with all the functionality you need. Once the app scans your surroundings it will show you the restaurants, and you’ll be able to get more information about them. You’ll be able to see their locations, ratings, and so on. You can even sort the list by rating if you want, or by address. It’s a must have app for people who can’t stand gluten, for one reason or the other.

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Cara Care

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  • Price: Free to download
  • In-app purchases: $4.49-$89.99
  • Size: Varies with device
  • Google Play rating: 4.7 out of 5 stars

Cara Care is an extremely useful app. This application allows you to track and manage GI issues like IBS, IBD, GERD, Celiac, dyspepsia, or food intolerances. In other words, if you have any food allergies, you can track and manage them with this app. You can track and log everything about your allergy that you need, in a really nice-looking UI. The app will provide you with a lot of info based on the information you’ve entered.

It will allow you to make connections between your diet, and your overall wellbeing. Cara Care also comes with a nice-looking UI which is really easy to use. There’s a really good reason this app is so highly-rated. Do note that the app does come with in-app purchases, but it’s free to use. It will even provide you with a personalized analysis of your symptoms and diet from your dietitian.

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Yummly

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  • Price: Free to download
  • In-app purchases: $0.99-$29.99
  • Size: Varies with device
  • Google Play rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars

Yummly is primarily a recipe app. You can find tons of great recipes here, and the UI of this app is one of the best we’ve seen, especially for that type of an app. Now, considering this is an app for food recipes, it does allow you to use some filters when looking for recipes. Those of you who are celiac, sensitive to gluten, or simply don’t want to eat it will find it extremely useful.

You can make it so that the app shows only gluten-free recipes. There are tons of them available, and you’ll basically never be without ideas what to cook next. There are over 2 million recipes, in general, available via this application. Needless to say, that’s quite a lot. You can collect and organize your favorite recipes, while you’ll also find step-by-step guides on how to make a specific type of food aka utilize the provided recipe.

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MoodBites

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  • Price: Free to download
  • In-app purchases: $3.99-$39.99
  • Size: Varies with device
  • Google Play rating: 3.7 out of 5 stars

MoodBites is yet another great tracker, this one specializes in allergy-tracking. It does that by keeping track of what you eat, it’s essentially a food diary. If you have a food allergy, this is a great app to have, especially if you have several, and the situation is quite serious. You can keep track of what you eat and how you feel. It’s great for people struggling from IBS or autoimmune disorders as well.

If you simply want to keep a gluten-free or keto diet, this is also the way to go. It has many uses, that’s for sure. You can even make use of the app’s food database to track everything. The app also allows you to log any allergen you want, gluten, milk, peanuts, etc. Thanks to the app’s ‘Calendar’ feature, you will be able to see what food exactly did you eat on any given day, and how did it make you feel.

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mySymptoms

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  • Price: Free to download
  • In-app purchases: No
  • Size: Varies with device
  • Google Play rating: 4.3 out of 5 stars

This is the only paid app on the list, but it will be well-worth it for some people. This is also a food diary and symptom tracker app. It’s quite great, though. You may decide to go with something free, which is perfectly fine, but if you want to try this one out, you can. With this app, you can record, track, and analyze your food, mood, and symptoms. It’s extremely easy to log everything here.

The app also allows you to export your food diary as a PDF, CSV, or Web report for printing or sharing. The app will allow you to discover any patterns between your diet and symptoms. You’ll get detailed results for each item, and that includes both a histogram and a trend chart. The app looks quite nice, and it’s highly functional. The bottom bar certainly helps with navigation, and makes logging everything really easy.

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WebMD: Symptom Checker

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  • Price: Free to download
  • In-app purchases: No
  • Size: Varies with device
  • Google Play rating: 4.3 out of 5 stars

WebMD: Symptom Checker app is extremely useful if you’re having a hard time coping with allergies. This app will essentially prepare you for each day with a personalized allergy and weather forecast, along with doctor-approved tips. Those tips are provided for various different allergy types, by the way. The app does allow you to track how you feel as well, and you can record symptoms and treatments as well. Adding notes is optional.

The app delivers up-to-date allergen levels based on your location. This is especially useful to have if you’re traveling, and dealing with allergies. The app will be able to prepare you for something you’re not used to, coming to a new place with new allergy obstacles. It can also provide a 3-day forecast filled with information you may be interested in if you struggle with allergies.

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