The national app, which has been operational for three years, will go offline at the end of Monday.
It is the latest policy change that signals Beijing is abandoning its controversial zero-Covid strategy.
The move is highly symbolic but will not have a huge impact on people's daily lives because of the local apps still in use in cities across China.
The state-run Communications Itinerary Card app, which uses phone signals to track whether someone has travelled to an area considered to be high-risk, was seen as a central part of China's zero-Covid policy.
People were required to enter phone numbers in the app in order to produce a green arrow indicating they were able to travel between provinces and enter events.
Now travel between provinces has been eased with the removal of Covid-prevention restrictions, the national app has been deemed to be obsolete by officials.
Many social media users in China have welcomed the app's retirement.
But it is only one of several tracking apps that have governed everyday life in China, with many people still using scanning systems run by their city or province to access local amenities and public buildings.
Source: BBC News
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