Caring for someone with dementia can be stressful and less than 3% of effective psychosocial caregiver interventions have been translated for larger scale dissemination, possibly due to barriers (such as lack of personnel or limited time) that limit access. Technology-based interventions may increase accessibility. The current study obtained initial data from a month-long beta test of a new, multicomponent mobile health (mHealth) tablet application for dementia caregivers (i.e., CARE (Caregiver Assessment, Resources, and Education)-well App) to gauge the usability of such an intervention. Qualitative and quantitative data were elicited from 10 dementia caregivers. Descriptive statistics characterized the sample and app usage. Qualitative data were coded using an a priori coding system organized into 4 broad sections (technical, content, specific sections, general feedback) and summarized for thematic extraction. Results indicated mostly positive feedback. Caregivers found the Managing Care section to be the most helpful, followed by the Community section. The Goals section was regarded as the least helpful. Findings indicated a preference for receiving the CARE-Well App early in the dementia disease process. The next steps include assessing intervention feasibility and outcomes among a larger, more diverse sample.