Labplus lets user buy and schedule medical tests, without waiting in lines.

labplus x applover case study
Arrow down


Join the waitlist


HealthTech / eCommerce

In Poland the reality is that the medical world looks more or less like this: overcrowded dark laboratory corridors, moans coming from the other side of the wall, general confusion. Is it a healthy way to be? Well, a much more pleasant and simpler way exists to perform laboratory tests, and the founders of the Polish company LabPlus came up with an idea of how to bring it to life.

The challenge

We were lucky enough to have worked with LabPlus before. This time they called us regarding a much bigger project. They wanted to create an interface through which a patient could buy their desired tests in a selected laboratory. And that was not all! The patient would only have to show up in the laboratory once – for sampling. The results of the examination would be sent to their smartphone and analyzed according to an algorithm developed by IT specialists and numerous cooperating doctors. To achieve their goal, LabPlus employed us to develop native applications for iOS and Android.

The applications were based on a back-end system provided by the client, but they required a complete UX/UI design process, as well as the development of a structure for credit card payments.




Development time


Medical tests

Technological Solutions

Together with the LabPlus team, we went through a series of workshops to determine the customer’s expectations and specify the functions that should appear in the application. Behind the tremendous number of options available for the final user, there is a highly complex architecture of the system. As soon as LabPlus approved the colors and mockups of individual screens presented by our UX/UI specialists, we started to work on application development. Since the back-end system belonged to our client, it was necessary to coordinate our team and theirs during the product development process. Therefore, we were in constant contact with LabPlus employees.

To create the application for iOS we chose Swift, while the application for Android was written using Kotlin.

The outcome

We are highly satisfied with the results of our collaboration. The end-user of the application has many of the available functions, easily accessible on just a few tabs. When designing the interface, we used only two colors: blue and white, bringing to mind a medical uniform. Thanks to this, it does not distract users but informs them of the purpose of the application. The user is guided through registration, a series of questions allowing them to personalize the scope of the recommended tests, and finally through their purchase as well as analysis. 

Although the LabPlus team responsible for the back-end were located in another part of Poland, together we managed to get through the whole process and completed the development before the deadline. 

The mobile applications have been successfully published in shops and the number of users is gradually growing, no doubt. LabPlus offers over 1,000 types of specialist tests, which can be performed in numerous laboratories located throughout Poland. It is possible to search it by name, type or location. It is also possible to compare the costs of tests in different establishments. The results of the examination are safely stored in the LabPlus database; the application requires the introduction of a security code every time it’s opened. 

The product has been appreciated not only by application users but also by the National Centre for Research and Development. This is how LabPlus received funding for its further development, and that is a healthy way to be!

Meet our team!

Radosław Bułat CEO Applover


Member of the Board

Michał Kukuł, Project Manager at Applover


Head of Delivery

miłosz wyrwas ios dev


iOS Developer

Janusz Hain android dev


Android Developer

Patryk UX/UI Designer


UX / UI Designer

kuba qa specialist


QA Specialist

Case studies

Check our case studies

prismade case study


Developing highly interactive technologies, inks and materials that will merge print products with digital experiences.

steppie mobile app case study


Insurance policy app that rewards users for healthy behaviors such as walking, running, and cycling.

applover x amino - case study


Training made simple. Book your personal trainer anywhere anytime.