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Mobile website

The free ehospice mobile web app delivers all the content from the ehospice desktop site direct to your phone. Get all the latest news, feature articles, comment pieces, jobs, events, and rich photo galleries while on the move.


- Access all the latest articles direct from the home page – with four headline articles and a scrollable articles panel.
- Bookmark your favourite articles.
- Increase the text size for ease of reading.
- Search for articles, jobs and events using the advanced search facility.
- Quickly locate other articles on a particular subject using the ‘related articles’ and ‘articles with the same tag’ features.
- Share articles via an in-built share function.


The web app has been tested on several different devices and is compatible with most modern smart phones, including those operating iOS, Android, Windows and BlackBerry. If you experience any difficulties with the app, please feed this back, along with details of your phone and its operating system. 

How to get the web app

You can access the mobile web app by typing into your phone’s browser. Clicking on ehospice in a search engine will also redirect you to the app. 

Add the web app to your phone’s home screen

Instructions for Android phones:
- Once the web app has loaded, tap the bookmark icon to the right of the URL bar and create a bookmark.
- Now tap and hold your finger down on the bookmark you have just created to bring up a list of options.
- Choose ‘Add shortcut to Home’ from the list.
- You will now have an ehospice icon on your phone’s home screen, giving you quick access to the web app.

Instructions for iPhones:
Firstly, don’t forget you can download the iPhone app from the app store. If you do prefer to use the mobile web app, here is how to save it to your home screen:
- Once the web app has loaded, tap the share icon in the middle of your phone’s bottom menu bar.
- Choose ‘Add to Home Screen’ from the list.
- You will now have an ehospice icon on your phone’s home screen, giving you quick access to the web app. 


There are two main ways to navigate content in the ehospice app. The first is the bottom menu, which allows you to access all sections of the app, including the directory, articles, galleries, jobs, events, our donate page, your profile details and details about ehospice. 

The second are the tabs at the top of each page. These are specific to the section of the app you are in. Depending on the section of the app you are in, these tabs include: categories, recommended, most viewed, bookmark, related, share and search.  

The directory section has separate tabs at the top of each page to help you navigate the wealth of information and data in this section. 


We hope you enjoy accessing all the great content on the web app. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any suggestions on how we can improve the app and your browsing experience.

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