For technical problems with NHS login, you can find support in the NHS login help centre.
If you have a technical problem that we have not answered in our help and support pages, contact the NHS App team.
We only support the NHS App on:
- Android version 8 (Oreo) and above, on devices with a front-facing camera
- Apple iOS version 11 and above
You can install and use the NHS App on Android versions 5, 6 or 7, but we cannot guarantee the best experience. If you are using one of these operating systems we will not be able to help with any technical issues.
You can still use NHS App online to access services on your desktop, laptop computer, mobile or tablet using your web browser.
Using fingerprint, face or iris recognition (biometrics) on Android devices
We support biometrics on some Android devices, but we do not support them on devices with sensors that do not meet Google’s security settings.
This means you may not be able to use your fingerprint to log in to the NHS App, even if you could previously. You may still be able to log in using face or iris recognition, if your device has these sensors, as they may be more secure.
If you’re unable to use biometrics, you’ll need to log in using your email, password and security code.
Turning fingerprint, face or iris on
- Log in to the NHS App.
- Go to More.
- Select Account and settings.
- Then select Fingerprint, face or iris.
- Follow the on-screen instructions.
NHS App online
You can use NHS App online to access services on your desktop, laptop computer, mobile or tablet using your web browser. You do not need to install anything to get started.
Using Testflight with the NHS App
You do not need Testflight to use the NHS App anymore.
The NHS App for Apple iOS and Android devices, and NHS App online accessed from a web browser, are partially compliant with the Public Sector Bodies (Websites and Mobile Applications) (No. 2) Accessibility Regulations 2018. For more information see the NHS App accessibility statement.