Butterfly iQ — Ultrasound

Butterfly iQ — Ultrasound hospital

Butterfly iQ — Ultrasound

Butterfly iQ — Ultrasound
Butterfly iQ — Ultrasound|Download the iPhone APP from AppStore

The future of ultrasound is here. Experience a groundbreaking ultrasound solution and the world’s only single-probe, whole-body handheld device: Butterfly iQ+.

Innovation within reach.
20 clinical presets and advanced imaging capabilities with familiar touch interactions for unprecedented ease of use.

Enhance your skills anytime.
Butterfly Education videos at your fingertips. Watch curated ultrasound education videos, taught by experts.

Unlimited secure storage.
Capture images or clips and upload to your HIPAA, GDPR, and APP-compliant Butterfly Cloud.

Teamwork made easy.
Real-time, seamless collaboration with your colleagues to help simplify clinical workflows.

For healthcare professionals only. Visit butterflynetwork.com/specs to check supported devices. Feature availability varies by geography, visit support.butterflynetwork.com for more information.


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Evaluation at the itunes store

Evaluation of iPhone App [Butterfly iQ — Ultrasound] at itunes store

  • newest version:4.8 out of 5 stars (4.8 / 5)4.8423
  • All versions:4.8 out of 5 stars (4.8 / 5)4.8


Number of people evaluated:1934

Price:Free


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People reviews

Impression and review of people to iPhone App [Butterfly iQ — Ultrasound]!

  • Easy to use, lots of resources
    by KJB3iii on August 31, 2021 at 6:35 pm

    The app itself is wonderful and easy to use even as a novice. The educational resources available are also extremely helpful for someone who is new to the ultrasound world. Will highly recommend.

  • Very good for perioperative echo
    by likely08 on July 15, 2021 at 5:25 pm

    I have used the butterfly over half a year and have done more than a hundred perioperative echo which is super fun and helpful for Anesthesiologist

  • Best Portable ultrasound
    by Frustratedappleuser on July 9, 2021 at 6:05 pm

    Love how versatile this probe is and price is the best

  • Best POC SONO
    by Art fern on June 26, 2021 at 10:50 pm

    Very nice device, very easy to use. More important the company backs up their device in their software with phenomenal customer support. My highest recommendation

  • Game changer
    by BahamaDoc on June 14, 2021 at 4:34 pm

    I have been using the Butterfly IQ since it’s been available. It has become an integral part of my practice, both inside the office and the hospital. The image quality and preset features combined with its potential is amazing. His little yet, powerful and multifunction ultrasound has improved my practice more than any other single device

  • 4.5 stars for PICC RN
    by Merline.03 on June 13, 2021 at 9:59 pm

    As a contracted vascular access RN, the images using the u/s probe with this app on my android cell phone and IPad are pretty good. Compared to some other small portable probes < $4,000 that I have used, for me, this is the best. The system is VERY useful and efficient. It takes a little time to get used to, but it’s a good investment!

  • Best portable US for quick looks
    by Shamrock984 on June 6, 2021 at 9:38 am

    I think this is best portable US for someone starting in POCUS. The artificial intelligence makes acquiring images simple even for novice. Excellent for teaching as well. Highly recommend.

  • Great app and product
    by WGBMD on May 20, 2021 at 11:40 pm

    Truly amazing product which for a fraction of the cost provides as good or better imaging, more conveniently, than units costing 50 times as much. All of this, and it fits in the pocket of your lab coat, is ready immediately as soon as it is plugged into your iPhone, and is able to permanently store images, with a subscription. This has enabled physicians to Obtain ultrasound images at the initial contact, shortening clinical decision making times and providing faster, more cost effective care for our patients.

  • Great but tiny improvement needed
    by cturtle97 on May 14, 2021 at 2:54 am

    The learning videos are very good. A tiny improvement in learning section should be to put the videos in order though. A few sections are out of order, aorta for example. The nerve blocks are a bit out of order also as some reference points not yet mentioned until later videos. Also showing actual blocks would be great for needle placement, sterile field, etc.

  • A Great Resource!
    by Danny Roberson on May 10, 2021 at 12:44 am

    This thing checks a lot of the boxes. Difficult IVs, CVL placements in Bi-Plane, and lumbar Sono-anatomy prior to epidural placements. It’s a great tool for those who want to use it. I’ve been really impressed so far, especially for the price tag. I can’t wait for a wireless one to come out!

  • Gr8 app
    by neil95 on May 9, 2021 at 1:53 am

    Especially a fan of the new navigation

  • Excellent technology
    by JustScott2 on March 8, 2021 at 1:20 am

    High quality, excellent for screening purposes, looking forward to enhanced algorithms

  • Misleading sales force
    by hoss doc on March 4, 2021 at 11:43 am

    I purchased this unit over a year ago and made it clear that I had no interest whatsoever in using their cloud storage. Nor did I need any updates, as the area of use & interest for this unit is very specific. I was told repeatedly that there was no need for me to purchase updates if I did not want additional capacity or cloud storage. Well now that the free cloud storage (which I have not used) is up the unit is virtually worthless. I cannot save images on my iPad as I could before. Completely misleading. If you want to buy the probe as a software as a service, that’s how they need to market it. I’m going to have to buy a new ultrasound from another provider. The images are fine, the company now that’s another story.

  • Simply amazing
    by JRB66 on February 25, 2021 at 12:12 am

    I love ultrasound!! This is my new buddy love it

  • No way to measure angles
    by 290GMP on February 20, 2021 at 10:28 pm

    I use the butterfly to ID DDC in infanta sin rural area and I’m pretty bummed I can’t obtain measurements on the images I scan.

  • Extremely Misleading
    by TheJoelC on February 20, 2021 at 6:28 pm

    I saw the write up about this in the App Store. I have has so many different ultrasounds for so many different things - a phlebotomist trying to find a vein to kidney stones and all sorts of other issues. Thought it oils be cool to be able to see my own ultrasounds. It is free O. Top of everything else. My iPhone can do LiDAR now, which I have used in my floodplain management, why not ultrasound. What they don’t tell you is you must purchase a noted device. Your phone is not the ultrasound as they imply. The needs to be made clear. And need a to be stated upfront.

  • Jail NP
    by Inmate NP on February 4, 2021 at 1:48 am

    I love the device. Easy to use and great quality.

  • No inter-device compatibility with iQ
    by pedr0e on January 13, 2021 at 7:44 pm

    All the updates improve the iQ+ but the iQ users are left hanging. Still with no adapter option to iQ users. Some of us bought the previous version weeks before the iQ+ launch without any warning that a new model was going to launch with better compatibility. Just give us an expensive adapter to improve inter-devices compatibility. It shouldn’t be that hard for a company that promised to keep innovating the previous model.

  • very good
    by Louis_Wang on January 11, 2021 at 12:05 pm

    Amazing!

  • I seriously enjoy the quality of user support.
    by Shane Htet Han on December 28, 2020 at 2:28 pm

    Imagine having a professional team waiting to help you while you are making a good use of world's first hand-held, single-probe whole-body ultrasound system, conveniently in your palm with your phone? I am from Myanmar where specialist doctors are so scarce and hospitals are so far from majority or barely functional. I received POCUS training while working at MSF in a hilly remote area, which purpose was to train rural doctors with basic POCUS skills to help mountain people who rarely use currency. The short training was backed by telemedicine and it made a great change for five doctors and their patients. Owning an ultrasound machine was merely a dream for poor doctors here... before Butterfly iq was born. This is actually not supposed to be using here in Myanmar but I believed it would help my clinical life and I ordered one with the help of a friend from US. Difficultly shipped to here and I downloaded the app using VPN app. Now I connect the black blue beauty with my new iPad mini5 and instantly, I am in love. Thank you, Butterfly Team! Wish you all be healthy, peaceful and Happy New Year!

  • Decepción total
    by DrHCamposM on December 25, 2020 at 3:39 pm

    No tiene sonido, sería útil el doppler espectral en todos los prestes, sobre todo en obstetrico y el cardiaco, si podría ponerle 0 le pondría, confié mucho en este producto y resulta que los chinos sin marca tienen mejores aplicaciones

  • New customer New butterfly
    by murphybunch5 on December 20, 2020 at 6:48 pm

    I love this technology and the app, you can adjust settings and look at any body part you want to! I immediately noticed the quality and great software attached to this device. So happy I got it

  • MSK use
    by txpaindoc on December 7, 2020 at 3:54 pm

    I do pain management and have several offices in Texas. The Butterfly IQ gives me images for joint injections and spinal injections with pretty much equal clarity to my bigger GE and Terason units. Sure is nice throwing my IPad and the Butterfly IQ in my bag to travel rather than loading a full size machine several times a week

  • Best POCUS App
    by Garry Rains on October 4, 2020 at 9:00 am

    Useful. Works flawlessly. Always improving. Awesome software.

  • Amazing function and great customer support
    by DireMonk on August 19, 2020 at 4:57 pm

    The ability to literally have an affordable ultrasound in your pocket is revolutionary. I use this daily as a family practice physician and have recommended it to numerous colleagues as a great way to enhance you the physical exam and procedures. Recently, I had some difficulties logging on and had very rapid and effective customer services that fixed my problem within a day. I would highly recommend this to anyone considering getting an ultrasound!

  • Bad image quality
    by Slacky14 on August 17, 2020 at 5:39 pm

    Fine for just looking around. Images are grainy and not the best. I’ve used several different handheld devices and all have better images for me. Also the device gets really hot after a few minutes. I probably wouldn’t buy again.

  • A game changer in medicine
    by Cowboy Spike 40 on August 13, 2020 at 4:18 pm

    The Butterfly iQ and this app have been game changers in medicine. They are constantly improving and this has revolutionized medicine. This low cost device and its app are highly portable and effective. It is definitely worth having in your clinical practice.

  • Dr.
    by Libapeca on July 27, 2020 at 10:36 am

    This makes medical practice better

  • Excellent user interface
    by Tichidoc on July 19, 2020 at 5:47 pm

    I have been using it for the past few months and the app is excellent and also very easy to use Dr. Thilak Chander

  • PoCUS IN COVID-19
    by Urdu medium on July 2, 2020 at 5:27 pm

    We have used Butterfly iQ regularly through COVID-19 and it has helped obtain very useful information for patient management. LUS images are excellent far better than cardiac images and so far no one has questioned their quality for any publications. Every application is useful and one machine, one probe for total body.

  • Tom Fiero, ED doc, Merced, ca
    by tom fiero, md merced on June 26, 2020 at 9:49 pm

    There is no comparison of course between the butterfly and the bulky multi-wire, multi-probe, multi-chaos big old wheel around US box devise. Real estate is expensive in the trauma room, in codes, everywhere. It’s crazy not to have, use a Butterfly. Thank you, B-team and family. You are my A-team. Tom Fiero

  • Not so good
    by El Rey - The King on June 26, 2020 at 3:54 am

    In some Settings like Cardiac, imaging is not as advertised in the web or educational video. I am disappointed and so far dissatisfied.

  • Not for the faint
    by TrblshtHuman on June 22, 2020 at 7:16 am

    Have been using this for over a year. Great for clinical/interventional radiologists. It’s ease of use won’t compensate for lack of experience or practice. It does generate artifact at low resolution which will mislead many, so don’t expect it to make you a better clinician if you don’t have a pretty solid grasp of relational anatomy in every dimension or US technique with a full size machine. In my opinion it’s not a great tool to practice US either. Your pictures wont come out like the book if you don’t know what the variants look like. It definitely motivates and lowers threshold for accessibility, but has high potential to confuse learners than accurately teach (blind leading the blind). The updates and subscription control on the system are cumbersome so even though you bought the probe, it sort of doesn’t really belong to you without a subscription. It’s great on missions and in a pinch using it for diagnosis and intervention. But I can tell you first hand - it’s not for the masses and can be dangerous in inexperienced (and usually overconfident) hands.

  • Almost perfect
    by mgn1234567890 on June 11, 2020 at 11:51 pm

    Just wish they included the audio for the fetal Doppler

  • Butterfly IQ
    by Talon56 on June 5, 2020 at 4:27 pm

    An absolute must have for any practitioner doing ultrasound guided injections. Works as advertised.

  • Help
    by GJMA79 on May 11, 2020 at 3:47 am

    I can't install the app in my iPhone 6plus Why?

  • Unable to upload to cloud.
    by PFCBarefoot on April 30, 2020 at 11:40 pm

    The app and device work okay for just looking around. Resolution is not great. Good luck finding CBD with this. The main flaw is that I cannot upload to the cloud. It simply says failed to upload. I tried several different internet connections. I’m thinking that their servers are probably crap. I don’t think this product is ready for prime time.

  • Iq probe
    by d4ang on April 29, 2020 at 2:49 pm

    Great ultrasound probe. Easy to use, image quality is good. Download app, charge probe and takes minutes to set up. Multiple presets are easy to use, power Doppler and color are great. Just wish other probe frequency options eg. endo, were available as trans abdominal images can be limited. But great starter probe.

  • Great app
    by pinky test on April 14, 2020 at 7:22 pm

    Great app !

  • Now the ap works....
    by BoredMD on February 26, 2020 at 10:36 pm

    Now it works. I just had to reboot my phone!

  • crashing with cine export
    by chalkmuncher on January 19, 2020 at 2:15 am

    love this overall but i can’t export a 49 second msk cine without it crashing no matter what i do.

  • OB measurements application
    by OB guru on December 30, 2019 at 3:48 am

    Excellent portable high quality US, convenient to use. I wish it would have OB measurements application. It limits it use in OB clinics, triage, L&D. Pregnant women not satisfied anymore with uterine fundus measurements and Doppler of heartbeat. They need more reassurance of fetal well being which US providing.

  • Unstable app
    by Mcmman on December 27, 2019 at 11:27 am

    App itself Crashes too frequently on iPhone 11 Pro Max, makes it very frustrating, can’t even cancel the subscription due to buggy app The ultrasound is fine though

  • Warranty and performance
    by ct-09 on December 14, 2019 at 12:20 pm

    Unfortunately I found there’s no ability to extend warranty right after purchase of the device. And as I feared, it stopped working a year later at a time that I needed it to scan a patient . When it did work, the constant updates get in the way of using device when needed. I now have an expensive paperweight. Awaiting response from support- which sent a message that it may take days to reply.

  • Too many obligatory updates
    by Liberia Doc on December 11, 2019 at 7:02 pm

    Needs OB calculations for estimated gestational age. I work in Liberia and thought it would be a great overall diagnostic tool but twice have been blocked because the app stops working if it hasn’t been updated every thirty days. And I get no cellular data network or WiFi at the hospital I work at in a very rural area. So I have been blocked from providing care to patients because of this obligatory frequent update. I wish Butterfly could just tell about updates like other apps but still let you use the old app until you have a chance to update!

  • iPad mini
    by Blue Devils here on November 17, 2019 at 6:58 am

    Would like to use iPad mini with the butterfly.

  • No end to updates
    by chewcud on November 14, 2019 at 6:39 pm

    Whenever I need the device it is either the usg update or the iPad update Very frustrating I am glad I bought only one I will never recommend it to a busy md The system does not permit me to give one star rating I think it needs a minus

  • On Par with Penicillin / Stethoscope / XRay Vision Glasses
    by Dr. Azaz on November 11, 2019 at 3:09 am

    I am an Internal Medicine physician in his 18th year of longitudinal primary care career. I do not write reviews. The concept of a universal device bestowing immediate ultrasound vision at point of care, at a price point equivalencies of 2000 down and 1.33 cents per day, I started believing in both the mind and the heart of humanity once again. The people who designed and had the most altruistic pricing structure in the history of medical devices have earned my sincere gratitude, all my prayers and heartfelt thanks for saving Billions of lives with early and appropriate diagnoses now and forever henceforth. Yes, for non radiologists, non interventionists there is a steep learning curve. Currently I’m diagnosing and treating so many conditions based on synthesis of history and physical exam. Labs and radiology always came later. Now, with the help and benevolence of local radiology colleagues who are giving feedback, known ultrasound technicians who are giving one to one after hour classes, my skill sets are increasing daily but no where near where it can replace a formal study for now. When I am finding a visible gallbladder without stones and inflammation, it other things are not alarming, I’m waiting for the lab and formal ultrasound in a day or so without the need to send the patient to ER. At least in the countries where this price is not a challenge, within few decades, every medical assessment will include a butterfly section as in inspection, palpaption, auscultation, percussion and “butterflication”. Once again, may the blessings of helping so much of humanity all at once and at such a scale, may the creators and their families be rewarded with all the happiness and good karma that comes with doing good. Amen. Sincerely Dr Azaz

  • Love it, need education
    by lvartanian on October 15, 2019 at 8:55 pm

    I’m a veteran EM physician and US mainly FAST exam was just being taught when I graduated my residency in 1997. I truly love this device but since the company made me, and seems like I had no choice as an early purchaser, pay $400/hr.....I just ask in return for them to continue giving us video tutorials especially geared to our specialties. Once I see more educational tutorials as a subscriber, Butterfly will get 5 Stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

  • Excited!
    by nrs5799 on October 13, 2019 at 5:12 am

    I have heard virtually unanimously positive reviews and so I’m very excited to get mine in a few days. How best do people use it in procedures if I may ask? Like a thora or central line? How does one set it up to keep sterile and such? Durability is a must! How has the device fared with a drop test and other durability tests? Thanks!


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Update history of iPhone App [Butterfly iQ — Ultrasound]

This release contains bug fixes and performance improvements.
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iPhone App [Butterfly iQ — Ultrasound] Other details

  • Sales maker:
    Butterfly Network, Inc.
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  • Version:2.5.0
  • OS:iOS,iPhone,iPad
  • Price:Free

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