The Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies have developed a number of apps to help you donate to good causes, monitor your baby’s sleep patterns, learn about investing with Johnson & Johnson, and much more.

Whatever your needs, the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies has an app for that!

New & Noteworthy

The Johnson & Johnson Official 7 Minute Workout App

Free

The 7 Minute Workout helps you make every minute count.  Designed with ease, effectiveness, and fun in mind, you can do this workout anywhere with confidence that it is safe and beneficial to your health.  The app includes 36 exercises and 12 additional workouts that can be customized and modified to create more than 1,000 variations.

J&J Investor

FREE

The J&J Investor mobile app for the iPad and iPhone features include Stock Information, Latest News Releases, Company Information, Webcasts, SEC filings, Product Pipeline and Annual Reports. 

Donate a Photo

FREE

Donate a Photo, the new, free app, from Johnson & Johnson takes your photos and turns them into a way to do good. For every photo you share through Donate a Photo, Johnson & Johnson donates $1 to a cause you want to help - which does things like fix up a public park, get medicine for an infant, or help kids play sports safely.

Care4Today ™ Mobile Health Manager 2.0

Free

The Care4Today ™ Mobile Health Manager 2.0 is a free mobile app and website with new features, including Care4Family™ and Care4Charity™, designed to support and motivate people to stay on schedule with their medications. Find out more about the mobile platform, from Janssen Healthcare Innovation, an team within Janssen Research & Development, LLC, one of the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson, by going to the Care4Today website.

HEALTHYDAY App

Free

If you’re wondering if what you’re feeling is a cold, the flu or pesky allergies, search no more. Using a patent-pending algorithm, HEALTHYDAY gathers data from the same trusted sources that doctors and hospitals use. It then cross-references information with local, crowd-sourced data to determine what’s trending nearby. Now you see if other people in your neighborhood are sick, and what they have. Then when you’re feeling great, it lets you see what’s going around and sends real-time alerts to help know what to watch out for.