Meet Propeller.The doctor-recommended way to manage your asthma or COPD.
Propeller makes it easy to stick to your treatment plan and helps you learn what may be causing your flare-ups, so you can have more symptom-free days. Get started today.How it works
Take charge of your breathing
How Propeller works
Connect your medications
Propeller sensors attach to the inhalers you already have. The sensors automatically track where, when and how often you use your medication, and they send that information to an app on your phone.
Propeller learns about your breathing
Over time, the app learns about your flare-ups and medication use and can help you become an expert at managing your symptoms and identifying your triggers.
Work more closely with your doctor
Propeller creates reports that can help you and your family members to better understand your asthma or COPD, and to work with your physician to adjust your treatment plan as needed.
More than 100,000 people have trusted Propeller to help manage their asthma or COPD.
Many people experience fewer symptoms and flare-ups after just one month.
Reference: Barrett, M. A., Humblet, O., Marcus, J. E., Henderson, K., Smith, T., Eid, N., ... & Stempel, D. (2017). Effect of a mobile health, sensor-driven asthma management platform on asthma control. Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology, 119(5), 415-421.
Propeller is doctor-recommended, clinically proven and cleared by the FDA.
What users are saying
Mary N.“When you take your medicine when you're supposed to, you do feel the difference. The reminders provide a big health benefit.”
Ellen C.“Last week, I found your app and from YOUR reports and trends I was able to determine my triggers and patterns. This app changed my life!”
Helen S.“I never realized how the air quality changed so much and was causing so many issues. Propeller guided me and I could see how much better I was doing.”
Dorothy W.“I love being able to answer my doctor when she asks how often I’m using my rescue medication. I just had my first visit since I started using Propeller, and I’ve gone from between 4–11 rescue inhaler uses per day to 1–2 per day.”