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Mobile dermatology applications (apps) created for the purpose of educating students and trainees present convenient supplemental learning opportunities. Before these apps can be widely utilized, there must be a method to assess educational objectives, quality, comprehensiveness of content, evidence-based accuracy, userfriendly design, and potential for bias. Herein, an established rubric was used to conduct a graded review of apps spanning general dermatology, skin cancer, and cosmetics, withdoi:10.12788/cutis.0127 fatcat:d37akjctbfetjktcbfrmgey3uq