Welsh Conservative leader Andrew RT Davies says the phone app is not an effective use of public money.
There are questions over the cost and effectiveness of a Welsh Government smartphone app which cost over £26,000 to make but has been downloaded 1,183 times.
The Welsh Conservatives have questioned the success of the app, which was launched in July this year.
The 'Choose Well' app provides simple maps to local health services, links to NHS websites, and includes some personal health tips. The aim is to better educate patients about the various health services available to them. It was hoped that providing people with more information about services available to them would ease the pressure on accident and emergency departments and GP surgeries.
It is free to download but The Welsh Conservatives argue the app cost over £22 for each person using it.
In response, the Welsh Government said: