We apologise but our first aid advice app is currently undergoing an important update and is unavailable at this time. Once it is back up and running we will update this page so please do check back.

If you are looking for free first aid advice, please explore our other free resources on our Get advice pages. We apologise for the inconvenience caused.

First aid advice app

Available for Android™ and iPhone® mobile device users, our first aid advice app provides easy to follow advice on a range of first aid scenarios, including CPR , diabetic emergencies, choking and allergic reactions.

  • Step-by-step instructions for all topics, so you know exactly what to do in an emergency
  • Easy to follow illustrations for guidance
  • Includes advice for treating adults, children and infants
  • No internet required to use the app: all the information is hosted on the app.

Download our first aid advice app

 Apple store

Google Play Store

If you have an android phone running on version 13 or higher you may experience an issue downloading the app, our teams are aware and working on an update to resolve this. Thank you for your patience we hope to have the app available for everyone again soon.

First aid for cyclists app

Our First Aid for Cyclists app has tips on how to turn your cycling equipment into first aid kit. The app aims to give every cyclist the skills to deal with the most common cycling injuries, including head injuries, cuts and grazes, and muscle injuries.

Google Play Store

Note: These apps are a product of St John Ambulance England. The App Store and Google Play Store may also contain apps developed by other St John organisations around the world. We are not responsible for these products. To find out more about St John International, visit their website.


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