The TransNet mobile application automates the organ packaging and labeling process and ensures that donated organs are matched correctly and efficiently with the identified recipient. All OPOs are required to use this application when packaging and labeling deceased donor organs, including VCA organs. You can access the Data Services Portal under UNetSM Resources to find TransNet usage rates, both by OPO and nationwide. We’ll update this information every month.

Latest news

Find the latest information on software enhancements, required equipment, and educational resources below. If you have any questions send an email to UNOS Customer Service at

To access educational material for the mobile application, please check out UNOS Connect, TransNet Step by Step. This offering provides an in depth review of the entire application and is a great resource for new users or as a refresher for experienced users. 

“Using TransNet has reduced our lead time for recovery preparation, as staff are able to efficiently print the labels as they are needed. We found the system to be a tremendous improvement in our overall system of packaging and labeling.”

David Marshman, LifeNet Health

Software enhancements, required equipment, and educational resources

New mobile app features/enhancements
Current mobile TransNet version:

  • For iOS devices: 6.1.0
  • For Android devices: 5.13.0

Make sure you are using the most up-to-date versions by visiting the Play or App stores and checking for updates.

December 2, 2020: We released a new TransNet Android and iOS version

Updates include:

  • Label Verification enhancements, including:
    • A new warning if you attempt to submit a case without label verifiers
    • Label verifiers are now cleared on import and repackage (and you now have the ability to enter new label verifiers)
    • You can now view multiple Label Verification reports in TransNet Web.
    • This version now also features iOS/iPadOS Dark Mode support!
  • A number of other small bug/crash fixes in both applications

iPad/iPhone users: TransNet is now compatible with the new iOS/iPadOS 14.

Samsung Galaxy 8” tab A (2017 model) users:  TransNet is compatible with the Android Pie operating system which was recently made available for download on this device

August 10, 2020:  We released a new TransNet iOS version 6.0

Mobile updates:

  • Redesign case management screen
  • iPhone support

September 14, 2020:  We released a new TransNet Android 5.0

Mobile updates:

  • New Case Management Screen

September 16, 2020: We released a new TransNet iOS version 6.0.1

Mobile updates:

  • iOS 14 support

Make sure you are using the most up-to-date versions by visiting the Play or App stores and checking for updates.

Supported Android equipment

We generally support Android devices for approximately 3-4 years from release date.



  • Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8″ (2017 Model)
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7″ (support ending 1/1/21)

Operating System:

  • Lollipop (support ending 1/1/21)
  • Oreo
  • Pie


Supported Apple equipment
We generally support iOS devices for approximately 6 years from their release date. Please consider this when purchasing devices for TransNet use. We support the most recent (current) and previous versions of iOS on these devices:



  • iPhone 12 Pro Max/iPhone 12 Pro/iPhone 12/iPhone 12 mini (Released Late 2020)
  • iPhone SE – 2nd Generation (released 2020)
  • iPhone 11/11 Pro/11 Pro Max (released 2019)
  • iPhone X/XS/XS Max/XR (released 2018)
  • iPhone X (released 2017)
  • iPhone 8/8 Plus (released 2017)
  • iPhone 7/7 Plus (released 2016)
  • iPhone SE – 1st Generation (released 2016)


  • iPad – 8th Generation 10.2″ (released 2020)
  • iPad – 7th Generation 10.2″ (released 2019)
  • iPad – 6th Generation 9.7″ (released 2018)
  • iPad – 5th Generation 9.7″ (released 2017)

iPad Pros:

  • iPad Pro – 4th Generation (released 2020)
  • iPad Pro – 3rd Generation (released 2018)
  • iPad Pro – 2nd Generation (released 2017)
  • iPad Pro – 1st Generation (released 2015)

iPad Airs:

  • iPad Air – 4th Generation (released 2020)
  • iPad Air – 3rd Generation (released 2019)
  • iPad Air – 2nd Generation (released 2014)

iPad Minis:

  • iPad Mini 5th Generation (released 2019)
  • iPad Mini 4th Generation (released 2015)


  • iOS 13.x
  • iOS 14.x


Supported browsers
  • IE 11 (will no longer be supported as of 9/30/2021)
  • Chrome
  • Edge
  • Safari and Mobile Safari
Supported printers
  • QLn320 Series Model M – Support ending September 1, 2021
  • ZQ620 Standard Model, Bluetooth only (Recommended Printer)

To locate the printer model, find the PCC number on the base of your printer. The fifth to the last digit is your model letter either E or M. Please note that UNOS no longer supports the QLn320 Series model E (but the model M will remain supported through September 2021).

Educational resources

Find these TransNet tutorials on UNOS Connect in the Course Catalog>UNet Systems category: TransNet: Step-by-Step Viewing this module will supplement the training you have already received at your organization and improve your basic understanding of how the application works.

Policy and System Notices: Read related policy notices

System notices 

Transplant center details
TransNet for transplant hospitals currently provides the following functionality:


Organ check-in

  • Support for compliance with OPTN Policy 5.7
  • More information available in UNOS Connect by searching for “TransNet”

Organ match to intended recipient upon organ arrival

  • Support for compliance with OPTN Policy 5.8.B

Extra vessels label scan to view donor infectious disease results

  • Support for compliance with OPTN Policy 5.8.C
  • More information available in UNOS Connect by searching for “TransNet”

To see it in action, watch this presentation.

For more information, please contact


Send an email to UNOS customer service at

“Our center began using TransNet to ensure that all organs from the outside were being checked in appropriately. Rob and his colleagues were very helpful in guiding me through all of my questions. It is easy to use, reports are easy to find and I have told several of my friends at other centers they should use it.”

Participating Transplant Center

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