Planned Parenthood launched a mobile app in Iowa designed to increase access to birth control by allowing women who qualify to get contraceptives through their smartphone, reports CBS2Iowa. “Planned Parenthood Direct” is available in 27 states. Women ages 14 or older answer questions through telehealth screening on the app that’s reviewed by a provider; if the patient is cleared by a doctor for contraceptives, she can receive birth control pills by mail for $20 a pack, including fees and shipping. The app is the second telehealth service specifically touting birth control access after Nurx expanded to the state in May.