1 in 5 people develop skin cancer

The incidence of melanoma and other types of skin cancer has increased steadily worldwide in recent years. Statistically, there is about a 20% chance that you will develop skin cancer once in your lifetime. This is really scary, but remember that early detection is key here. The good news is that if diagnosed early, the chances of surviving melanoma are high.

SkinScreener, skin cancer early detection made easy

SkinScreener is a user-friendly app developed and clinically proven by a team of dermatologists, physicians and biomedical engineers. Our goal is to help in the early detection of skin cancer. The earlier skin cancer can be detected, the better are the chances of recovery. That’s why we developed SkinScreener, a smart way to determine your personal risk of altered skin areas with an app in addition to regular dermatological exams.

With SkinScreener you can easily check your skin


Clinically tested

In a clinical study at the Medical University of Graz with more than 1500 images of real patients


The most sophisticated algorithm

SkinScreener is based on the best artificial intelligence algorithm



Early detection of possibly malignant skin changes can prevent further harm.


EU certified medical device

SkinScreener is a class I medical device according to EU Directive 93/42/EEC.

What people love about SkinScreener

"I love that the app is so easy to use. Even my 80 year old father managed to do a skin scan easily."

- Maria K

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"Currently the most accurate and clinically proven AI method for early detection of dangerous skin lesions"

- Dr. Michael Tripolt, MPH Dermatologist, Univ. Clinic Graz

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"We are testing the app in our skin cancer outpatient clinic at the hospital and so far we are very impressed with the results! Easy to use and, in our opinion, especially great for pharmacies and dermatologists!"

- Prof.in Iris Zalaudek, Head of the University Department of Dermatology, University of Trieste

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"I kept putting off going to the dermatologist. A high risk result in the SkinScreener app convinced me to make an appointment right away."

- Christoph B.

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