The Physiopedia apps aim to provide a quick and easy way to access the wealth of physiotherapy related information and resources provided on the Physiopedia website. Below are answers to the most common questions relating to this app.
Is the Physiopedia app free?
YES! The Physiopedia app is completely free to use with a limited feature set. This free version will allow you to search for and view all Physiopedia articles while you are connected to the Internet. If you wish to make use of the extended features of the app (e.g. offline viewing of articles and removal of promotional content) you will need to pay a small ongoing subscription fee for the Premium access level.
What does an app subscription provide?
Upgrading to the Premium access level provides the ability to bookmark/favorite an unlimited number of Physiopedia articles within the app. These articles are then downloaded by the app to allow for offline viewing so you can rely on rapid access to this information in any clinical context. Also promotional content will not be displayed within the app to users with the premium access level.
How do I favourite an article?
When you view an article as a Premium access level user, a heart icon will appear at the top right of the screen. Click this icon to add this article to your list of favourites. This article will then be downloaded to allow offline access (NB – embedded videos are not available offline). Click the heart icon again to remove an article from your list of favourites.
How do I cancel my app subscription?
Instructions on how to manage your app subscriptions are provided by each of the appstores:
Can I make suggestions for future app development?
We welcome any and all suggestions relating to these apps. Please send us a message via our contact form and we will be delighted to take a look.
How do I report a problem with the app?
Please report any app problems to us using our contact form and we will do our best to respond as soon as we can.
For more details about this app see the Physiopedia app information page.