The comprehensive Pill Identifier Pro app is a searchable database which includes more than 24,000 Rx/OTC medications found in the U.S. Features search as you type functionality. Search by imprint, drug name, shape, color and score. Access a wealth of information, including; Drug Images, Description/Indication, pregnancy category, CSA schedule, NDC codes, strength, coating, clarity, repackagers and Rx/OTC availability. Connects to Drugs.com for additional information (where available).The Pill Identifier Pro app is specifically designed for people on the move or with limited internet access. The entire database, which includes over 21,000 images, resides on your mobile device which means there is no need for a data connection.Please note: The application purchase is for a one year subscription. Updates will be provided on an approximate monthly basis. You will need to renew your subscription after the initial 12 month period to continue receiving updates.The information stored on your device when installing the app is not the same as the content found on the Drugs.com website. The data and images have been specifically licensed and optimized for use in the application. The application can also connect to the Drugs.com website for additional or supplementary information (where available).Drugs.com does not provide medical or treatment advice. Always consult with a physician.Follow us on Twitter @drugscom for tips and updates.About Drugs.comDrugs.com is the most popular, comprehensive and up-to-date source of drug information online. Providing free, peer-reviewed, accurate and independent data on more than 24,000 prescription drugs, over-the-counter medicines & natural products. Drugs.com is a multiple Webby Award nominee and attracts more than 24 million U.S. visitors per month (Comscore, December 2014).App SupportIf you have any feature requests, suggestions or you simply need help, please visit http://www.drugs.com/apps/support/ and our responsive support team will prioritize your request.
What's new in this version:
June 2015 data update