AARP Now app by AARP
App Description :
Start using your digital membership card from day one by downloading AARP Now. As a member, you can access your digital card anytime from the My Account tab and join/renew with a tap. The app also gives you access to relevant news stories, local events, and nearby member benefits, including limited time member offers. Also, get a first look at AARP Rewards (beta) and sync to the Health app or your favorite fitness tracker to earn points.
Make the most of your membership by downloading AARP Now today!
App Features :
Get instant access to your digital membership card, join AARP, or renew in seconds. Plus, manage your account, wherever you are.
Catch up on the latest news in just a few minutes; the AARP Now App features daily stories written with you and your mobile lifestyle in mind.
Explore hundreds of nearby events, from career workshops and movie showings to kid-friendly events, and quickly register for them right from the app.
Search for benefits and discounts in your neighborhood. Offers are added monthly.
Set push notification reminders for upcoming events or when deals you’ve saved are nearby. Reminders can easily be managed in settings.
Get more from the app with the AARP Rewards program, now part of AARP Now! Earn Rewards points for downloading AARP Now and sync your favorite fitness tracker or Apple® Health app to Rewards in the app to get even more points for steps, swimming, and cycling.
NOT AN AARP MEMBER?
Not a problem. Non-members can still use the app and learn more about how AARP is protecting and improving the lives of the 50 plus.
If there are AARP services or information you are unable to find in the app, we encourage you to visit aarp.org on your mobile phone to access them on the go!
Additional Information :
- Age Rating 4+
- Size 87.9 MB
- Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
User Reviews :
AARP is a life-saving tool, especially, when it comes to scamming. I am the caretaker of my 86 year old Mother who has dementia. Before being diagnosed with this disease she was a brilliant thinker. She loved working with computers and on them. However, after my Dad died, she would sit on the computer a lot actually conversing with someone that we found out later was a scammer. Fortunately, the gentleman she spoke to was not able to get any money from her. I am an avid reader of AARP and fortunately I read an article on how these scammers work to make you think they are from Microsoft. My mom and I became one of your stories on the saddest occasion of our lives it was after the death of my brother. My mom purchased a computer and while I was working to create an obituary, someone claiming to be from BestBuy called demanding additional money from my mother in order for me to download the needed software to write the obituary. Fortunately, I had read about this technique and hung up on the guy and called BestBuy that had me speak to someone in their Fraud department. They helped me clear up the situation and I was able to relay what happened to my mom which taught her a very valuable lesson. Thank you for these articles they help.
Keeping the public informed
Keeping 55 and older up to date in the world. I enjoyed reading your article and it not about being Democrat or Republican. We are all humans and feel we can read your article at ease. Thanks for the updates.
Note: I have found more and more corp doesn’t take calls…they want you to go to there website and feel out information (20 minutes) . Only 2-5 minute question.
I think there should be a contact person and separate number
( answer the call) for people that do not have phones, tablets and can’t afford internet.
If you have trouble connecting to your membership
I had missed the deadline to renew, so as soon as I restarted my membership, I installed this app. When I tried to set up the app, it asked me to enter my membership number to “connect my membership with my AARP account.” That is confusing, as what would be the difference between my membership account and my membership?
The app showed my membership as having expired, despite my logging in with the same credentials as on the web (where my membership was good and expiration was years in the future).
SOLUTION: I followed the activation link in the renewal-success email ON my iPhone. (I had already followed that link on desktop, but that didn’t activate my account on the app.) That link in the email on my iPhone brought the app up directly (no side trip to Mobile Safari!) and instantly activated my account on the app. That’s actually very cool, as many developers don’t connect straight to their apps. Hopefully this helps others.
Some members sign up for membership without adding an email address so your .org account and your membership can be separate if we don’t tie them together. However, once that is done your account show in the app. If it’s not, give us a call so we can make sure we have your most up to date info on file. 888 687 2277
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