The wide adoption of Telemedicine App is fairly recent; its advent is not so new. The first use of Telemedicine, although not so advanced, dates back to as far as the 1960s. The first documented use of telemedicine is that of the University of Nebraska in 1959. The university’s clinicians set up a two-way television transmission to transfer information and later linked it with a hospital to conduct video consultation. After this first successful demonstration, NASA partnered with Lockheed to provide telehealth services to astronauts in space. This partnership lasted till 1970 and resulted in the STARPAHC program. Since the past few decades, Telemedicine is gradually advancing and being used sparingly. Fast forward today, over 90% of healthcare providers submit that their organizations have a working telemedicine app or they are developing it.