Ever wish you could access medical information for yourself and your family right from your smartphone? Wouldn’t it be great if you could easily retrieve your prescription history or quickly look up insurance information at the doctor’s office? You can, using Microsoft HealthVault for Windows Phone. HealthVault for Windows Phone provides mobile access to the health information in your HealthVault account. Use it to track and manage chronic conditions, enter health data on the fly, and keep family emergency information handy—all on the go! For more information on what you can do with HealthVault, visit

Playable on

mobile device

mobile device

System Requirements

OS Windows 10 Mobile, Windows Phone 8.1, Windows Phone 8
Architecture x86, x64, ARM
OS Windows 10 Mobile, Windows Phone 8.1, Windows Phone 8
Architecture x86, x64, ARM

Additional info

Published by
Microsoft Corporation

Approximate download size
1.91 MB

Health & fitness

Use your media library
Use your device network services
Use your phone
Access your browser

Install on up to ten Windows 10 devices.

Language supported
Nederlands (Nederland)
English (United Kingdom)
English (United States)
Deutsch (Deutschland)
Français (France)
Suomi (Suomi)
Español (España, Alfabetización Internacional)
Svenska (Sverige)

Publisher Info
Publisher Website

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Platform: Mobile

Super health tracker

Intelligent app to track and share health info




Platform: Mobile

Let users pull data, needs ICD-10 support.

Needs to add support for ICD-10 and allow individuals to pull raw data securely for themselves to consume with whatever they want, since it us for their own use. It would make my life so much easier, if they supported ICD-10, allowing for lab to continue pushing results to my health record and also, if I could setup a user cert-trust-relationship without going through the insecure developer connection process, so I can pull data into Excel, BI, or an app I created for managing my complex health condition. I only have so much energy...I can't continue manual adding data and manually pulling data to manually input just to be able to visually grasp how things are digressing, stabilizing and being able to show my provider to reduce confusion and prevent accidental neglect.

One person found this helpful.




Platform: Mobile

Useless. Uninstalling Now!

Nothing like the desktop web page. This so has none of the info I want to see. Documents, health messages, nothing.

One person found this helpful.




Platform: Mobile

Updates coming?

This app is in need of a pretty hefty update. Needs to connect with FitBit Aria scale for weight and need better/more in-depth connection with MS Band or FitBit. Also expand upon health measurements, maybe pick up where the MSN Health app left off? If anything, needs to freshen up.

6 out of 7 people found this helpful.




Platform: Mobile

Cannot login from Lumia Icon

I just reinstalled the app after installing the anniversary update on my Lumia Icon. On attempting to sign in I am presented with a screen, saying my browser is not up to date. The message can be ignored, but the sign in screen that follows only has username and password fields. It now lacks simple little things like an OK or next button. It is absolutely ridiculous that I cannot access a Microsoft service from Microsoft's OS.




Platform: Mobile


This app is dissapointing. The website offers a lot of information in an easy to consume way. This app, on the other hand, is not intuituve, has a poorly designed UI, and is hard to navigate. Not recommended. It also says, during login, that the browser is old (on a Windows 10 phone)...




Platform: Mobile

Could be the best BUT

It demands tests , like glucose, no problem. It's only a little couple of millions of €£¥ every month.




Platform: Mobile


Cannot log into it if you have two-factor authentication, which you should. App resets every time I go to the Authenticator app and by the time I can enter the code it has expired. So the app is completely and utterly useless. Here's an idea, why not log into the Microsoft account associated with the phone to begin with unless otherwise stated. It would remove the need for me to open the Authenticator app on my phone to prove I'm really the one logging into an app on my phone.




Platform: Mobile

Nice idea but needs improvement

It's a good idea for an application but it could be much better. For starters it would be nice if we could attach an image of our health insurance cards. They have a lot of info that the application doesn't account for. Some people might have a lot of medical history to add and entering everything initially takes a lot of time. Entering information after every doctors visit could be time consuming. However if you need to track things like weight or blood sugar this will do that well enough. It could be integrated with some features that health and fitness application has such as activity trackers or features that could work with Microsoft Band or Fitbit.

5 out of 5 people found this helpful.




Platform: Mobile


For a product from Microsoft it is very disappointing. First the app does not support Windows 10. The app is not well thought out. The team could take a few lessons from "My Medical" an app available in the Apple 🍎 app store. The is no where to record vital stats such as temperature, blood test results etc. Design also leaves room for improvement. If My Health became available in the Microsoft store I would download it. Until then I have nothing.

7 out of 13 people found this helpful.



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