Resume: Rapid tests (RT) also known as pointof-care testing (POCT) remote laboratory tests (TLR) are designed to be performed close to the patient, providing results in up to 30 minutes. With the publication of Ordinance No. 29 of December 17, 2013, the use of RTs was standardized so that the diagnosis could be performed with their exclusive use, that is, without the need for confirmation through other methodologies. Thus, RTs have become key tools for the diagnosis and prevention of AIDS/AIDS (Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome). However, for its use, health professionals must undergo training. TELELAB is the online training platform made available by the Ministry of Health (MS) and is considered a national reference for this purpose. Mobile applications (apps) are examples, whose use is recognized by the WHO as a complementary health care strategy. Due to the low supply of apps that address AIDS testing in Brazil, this study aimed to develop an application for professional qualification focused on the execution and interpretation of rapid AIDS tests. This is a study of the technological production of software for smartphones, with content based on TELELAB. The graphic engine for creating games and applications called Unity was used, developing a platform composed of 6 modules with relevant information about TRs. The result of this study was the creation of the AIDS_TESTE RAPID app for download on Android and iOS devices for free and with operation without the need for internet (offline mode). Due to the diversity of professionals who can carry out the test and the difficulties encountered in primary care, it is concluded that the application developed is very useful as it will provide greater safety in practice and update current determinations that address the diagnosis of the disease.