Android tablet app:
- Pending: Google Play
You can install applications (as .APK files) directly on an Android tablet.
- You will need to enable installation of APK files directly, e.g. Settings → Security → Unknown sources (Allow installation of apps from unknown sources).
- Download camcops_1.40.apk to your tablet.
If this area is password-protected, the default Android browser (“Browser”) will fail to download it.
Use another browser, such as Chrome instead.
This is a bug in Android
long known about but not yet fixed.
Then run File Manager (or similar), find the APK that you downloaded (try
and install it (e.g. “Complete action using: Package Installer”).
iOS (iPad) tablet app:
- Pending: Apple App Store
Apple operate a restricted distribution system for iOS.
Apps available via the App Store are publicly available and vetted by Apple.
In addition, registered developers can install apps on their test hardware,
and can also produce downloadable .IPA files. These IPA files are either
locked to a specific subset of tablets (via a development certificate)
or installable on any tablet (via an Enterprise distribution
certificate); however, making Enterprise apps available outside the
company concerned would be a breach of contract (specifically, of
the iOS Developer Program Enterprise License Agreement).
So: a restricted CPFT distribution will be available as camcops_1.40_cpft.ipa
but all other users will either have to (a) download the source code,
register as Apple developers, and install the app to their own devices
or distribute them within their own organization as above; or (b) wait
for the App Store version.
- Pending: Windows client app
All versions, including old versions
Changes and versions
Source code for the entire project is at