Add the Cliniko App to Your iPad

This guide will help you access Cliniko from your iPad and also add it to the home screen with your other apps.

  1. Open Safari
  2. Type in the address where yoursite is the Cliniko address unique to your business.  Then press "go".
  3. Log in using your normal log in credentials
  4. Tap the "share" button at the top of the screen
  5. Tap the "add to home screen" button
  6. Tap the "add" button in the top right corner

You will now have the Cliniko mobile application as a normal app on your iPad.


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    James Love

    So you're keeping the iPad version then?

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    Bart Lewis

    Hi James! This article shows how to run the full version of Cliniko on an iPad. We will be phasing out the tablet version for a more responsive version of the standard desktop Cliniko. Hope this helps!


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    neil barnett

    Please can you tell me if you have full functionality on the iPad version of Cliniko?

    We are looking to get an iPad for our receptionist and need to know that there is full functionality.

    Second comment: Please can you confirm if there is full functionality on the mobile phone version? I can only add new appointments, not change any existing information or access patients/invoices etc.



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    Jim Sadusky

    Hey Neil, sorry we missed your question!

    Running the full version of Cliniko on an iPad will give you full functionality.  Some of the bits and pieces might not be as nice as possible on the smaller touch screen, but all functionality will be there.

    The mobile phone version does not have full functionality, and is more designed to allow you to quickly check your calendar and upcoming patients.  

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    jason sykes

    Running full version of Cliniko on an iPad is a painful experience. iPads are here and now, not the future. Please properly support Cliniko on iPad. A full iPad version is needed asap. I think trying to avoid this issue is a huge mistake. 

    1, one click photo on iPad to download directly into patient file.

    2, default calender means it keeps going to weekly appointment view, when daily is required in practice. (leave the calender and come back, then requires changing to daily view.)

    3, On an iPad the touch 'buttons' are tiny and fiddly resulting in wrong commands being requested.

    4, It is sllooooooow mo' A fast iPad version is essential if this application is to be used on iPads in a busy clinic.

    5, A graphic of a spine with individual segments that can be highlighted would be of massive benefit.

    6, An anotomical figure (sides, front and back) that can be marked for areas of concern.

    7, Currently treatment notes are scroll, scroll scroll and more scroll, of a single column, and no real drop down menue options. Primitive, time consuming, ruins the ability to feel a 'flow' with note taking.

    Are these fundamental issues going to be sorted? Or do I need to look for a 'serious' chiropractic software program.



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    Good points jason sykes.

    Most importantly this is not an app but a responsive website.

    Edited by JaiCheswick
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