93% of asthma sufferers use their metered dose inhalers incorrectly. Where proper inhaler training has been put in place, emergency hospital admissions have been reduced by 50% and asthma deaths by 75%.

Developed for children aged between 6 – 13, the MySpira app includes 8, fun modules, that use augmented reality and game play to offer the very best asthma education.

Suitable for download by children, parents, schools, GP surgeries, hospitals and pharmacists.



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Research Study

A recent study completed by the University of Suffolk showed that the MySpira app substantially outperformed leaflets and video in conveying critical information on asthma and inhaler technique.

A full research paper is due for release later this year, showing how the use of augmented reality and game play improves recall of important healthcare Information.

Research Paper Coming Soon!

MySpira Endorsements

Karyn Mcbride

Asthma Nurse Specialist

"MySpira is a creative app that will give children with asthma an opportunity to fully understand their condition. The learning process will help them to take better control and gain more independence"

Simon Rudland

General Practitioner

“Not only will MySpira lead to better health long-term, but if adopted nationwide, could dramatically reduce the number of emergency cases, resulting in fewer hospitalisations. We are looking at integrating this app into our existing asthma support services in the future.”

Amena Warner

Head of Clinical Services at Allergy UK

“21st Century children are digital natives, so it makes perfect sense to use technology as a means of educating and engaging them about their health. Technologies such as health apps, wearables and connected devices have endless possibilities to transform and improve the management of asthma."