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1Mobile App Rating Scale: A New Tool for Assessing the Quality of Health Mobile AppsJMIR MHealth and UHealth20151,682
2Health App Use Among US Mobile Phone Owners: A National SurveyJMIR MHealth and UHealth20151,077
3The Impact of mHealth Interventions: Systematic Review of Systematic ReviewsJMIR MHealth and UHealth2018776
4Development and Validation of the User Version of the Mobile Application Rating Scale (uMARS)JMIR MHealth and UHealth2016568
5Behavioral Functionality of Mobile Apps in Health Interventions: A Systematic Review of the LiteratureJMIR MHealth and UHealth2015458
6Consumer-Based Wearable Activity Trackers Increase Physical Activity Participation: Systematic Review and Meta-AnalysisJMIR MHealth and UHealth2019394
7Review and Evaluation of Mindfulness-Based iPhone AppsJMIR MHealth and UHealth2015393
8An Empathy-Driven, Conversational Artificial Intelligence Agent (Wysa) for Digital Mental Well-Being: Real-World Data Evaluation Mixed-Methods StudyJMIR MHealth and UHealth2018392
9Accuracy of Fitbit Devices: Systematic Review and Narrative Syntheses of Quantitative DataJMIR MHealth and UHealth2018389
10mHealth 2.0: Experiences, Possibilities, and PerspectivesJMIR MHealth and UHealth2014316
11Acceptability of App-Based Contact Tracing for COVID-19: Cross-Country Survey StudyJMIR MHealth and UHealth2020313
12Mobile Health Apps on COVID-19 Launched in the Early Days of the Pandemic: Content Analysis and ReviewJMIR MHealth and UHealth2020309
13Designing, Implementing, and Evaluating Mobile Health Technologies for Managing Chronic Conditions in Older Adults: A Scoping ReviewJMIR MHealth and UHealth2016308
14The mHealth App Usability Questionnaire (MAUQ): Development and Validation StudyJMIR MHealth and UHealth2019305
15Acceptance of Commercially Available Wearable Activity Trackers Among Adults Aged Over 50 and With Chronic Illness: A Mixed-Methods EvaluationJMIR MHealth and UHealth2016300
16Reliability and Validity of Commercially Available Wearable Devices for Measuring Steps, Energy Expenditure, and Heart Rate: Systematic ReviewJMIR MHealth and UHealth2020296
17Efficacy of the Mindfulness Meditation Mobile App “Calm” to Reduce Stress Among College Students: Randomized Controlled TrialJMIR MHealth and UHealth2019258
18Behavior Change Techniques Present in Wearable Activity Trackers: A Critical AnalysisJMIR MHealth and UHealth2016254
19Finding a Depression App: A Review and Content Analysis of the Depression App MarketplaceJMIR MHealth and UHealth2015247
20Smartphone Ownership and Interest in Mobile Applications to Monitor Symptoms of Mental Health ConditionsJMIR MHealth and UHealth2014245
21Smartphone Apps for Schizophrenia: A Systematic ReviewJMIR MHealth and UHealth2015244
22Wearable Health Devices in Health Care: Narrative Systematic ReviewJMIR MHealth and UHealth2020230
23Mobile Sensing and Support for People With Depression: A Pilot Trial in the WildJMIR MHealth and UHealth2016229
24Efficacy of Mobile Apps to Support the Care of Patients With Diabetes Mellitus: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled TrialsJMIR MHealth and UHealth2017223
25Mobile App-Based Interventions to Support Diabetes Self-Management: A Systematic Review of Randomized Controlled Trials to Identify Functions Associated with Glycemic EfficacyJMIR MHealth and UHealth2017220
26A Mobile Health Intervention for Self-Management and Lifestyle Change for Persons With Type 2 Diabetes, Part 2: One-Year Results From the Norwegian Randomized Controlled Trial RENEWING HEALTHJMIR MHealth and UHealth2014219
27Mobile Phone Apps to Improve Medication Adherence: A Systematic Stepwise Process to Identify High-Quality AppsJMIR MHealth and UHealth2016217
28Evaluating the Validity of Current Mainstream Wearable Devices in Fitness Tracking Under Various Physical Activities: Comparative StudyJMIR MHealth and UHealth2018217
29Review and Analysis of Existing Mobile Phone Apps to Support Heart Failure Symptom Monitoring and Self-Care Management Using the Mobile Application Rating Scale (MARS)JMIR MHealth and UHealth2016212
30Mobile Apps for Health Behavior Change in Physical Activity, Diet, Drug and Alcohol Use, and Mental Health: Systematic ReviewJMIR MHealth and UHealth2020211
31Tamper-Resistant Mobile Health Using Blockchain TechnologyJMIR MHealth and UHealth2017211
32Accuracy of Consumer Wearable Heart Rate Measurement During an Ecologically Valid 24-Hour Period: Intraindividual Validation StudyJMIR MHealth and UHealth2019204
33COVID-19 Contact Tracing and Data Protection Can Go TogetherJMIR MHealth and UHealth2020202
34Automated Personalized Feedback for Physical Activity and Dietary Behavior Change With Mobile Phones: A Randomized Controlled Trial on AdultsJMIR MHealth and UHealth2015202
35Back to the Future: Achieving Health Equity Through Health Informatics and Digital HealthJMIR MHealth and UHealth2020201
36Text Messaging-Based Interventions for Smoking Cessation: A Systematic Review and Meta-AnalysisJMIR MHealth and UHealth2016199
37The Most Popular Smartphone Apps for Weight Loss: A Quality AssessmentJMIR MHealth and UHealth2015198
38Estimating Accuracy at Exercise Intensities: A Comparative Study of Self-Monitoring Heart Rate and Physical Activity Wearable DevicesJMIR MHealth and UHealth2017198
39Exploring the Far Side of Mobile Health: Information Security and Privacy of Mobile Health Apps on iOS and AndroidJMIR MHealth and UHealth2015196
40An Evaluation of Mobile Health Application ToolsJMIR MHealth and UHealth2014194
41Texting and Mobile Phone App Interventions for Improving Adherence to Preventive Behavior in Adolescents: A Systematic ReviewJMIR MHealth and UHealth2017194
42mHealth Technology Use and Implications in Historically Underserved and Minority Populations in the United States: Systematic Literature ReviewJMIR MHealth and UHealth2018192
43The Continued Use of Mobile Health Apps: Insights From a Longitudinal StudyJMIR MHealth and UHealth2019188
44The Efficacy of Mobile Phone Apps for Lifestyle Modification in Diabetes: Systematic Review and Meta-AnalysisJMIR MHealth and UHealth2019187
45Feasibility and Effectiveness of Using Wearable Activity Trackers in Youth: A Systematic ReviewJMIR MHealth and UHealth2016185
46Valuable Features in Mobile Health Apps for Patients and Consumers: Content Analysis of Apps and User RatingsJMIR MHealth and UHealth2015184
47Wearable Health Technology and Electronic Health Record Integration: Scoping Review and Future DirectionsJMIR MHealth and UHealth2019182
48Patients’ Perceptions of mHealth Apps: Meta-Ethnographic Review of Qualitative StudiesJMIR MHealth and UHealth2019182
49Text Messaging and Mobile Phone Apps as Interventions to Improve Adherence in Adolescents With Chronic Health Conditions: A Systematic ReviewJMIR MHealth and UHealth2017178
50Patient Involvement With Home-Based Exercise Programs: Can Connected Health Interventions Influence Adherence?JMIR MHealth and UHealth2018176