Google has released a new feature that will help users determine if they’re infected by HIV.
The new app, available in Australia and New Zealand, is an interactive diagnostic tool that will automatically flag people with symptoms of the virus.
If a user looks at a list of symptoms, the app will automatically look for a match to a common HIV marker.
Users can also check their health records to see if they are HIV positive, or have symptoms like high fever and fatigue.
HIV positive people can also get a check up with a doctor or a specialist, which is essential to avoid complications and infections.
The app is also designed to help people who are trying to manage their condition.
It can also be used to detect people who may be infected and can be downloaded for free from the Google Play Store.