The Tap4Life project started as part of a research project in Uganda involving Makerere University in Kampala (Uganda), The Center for International Health in Bergen (Norway) and the Karolinska Institutet (Sweden). A Laerdal Global Health grant supported a study on neonatal resuscitation. The lack of reliable monitoring equipment for babies in the delivery room lead to the development of an android software for point-of-care data registration and monitoring. Dr. Nicolas Pejovic and software developer Michael Vaganov build the first NeoTap prototyp in 2013, a unique system for improving neonatal resuscitation. The system was further developed by Dr. Pejovic arch Dr. Myrnerts Höök with help from donations and software developers into a fully integrated m-health platform for both low and high income settings. Tap4Life has now produced the free of charge NeoTapLS(LifeSupport), the smartphone version of NeoTap, designed for resource-limited settings and a free of charge iPad version, NeoTapAS(Advanced Support), for high-resource settings. Both apps have the tapping function for HR.