The Pharmaceutical Journal app FAQs
We have a set of Pharmaceutical Journal mobile apps available for various devices
Why has The Pharmaceutical Journal (PJ) app changed?
The previous version of the PJ app was only ever updated when a print issue was published and contained articles only available in print.
As a result, to ensure you have access to the latest pharmacy news and learning content, we have launched a new version of the app that updates regularly and automatically with any new articles posted on pharmaceutical-journal.com, so you can always stay up to date with the latest pharmacy news and learning.
What do I need to do to get the new version of the app?
If you already have the PJ app installed on your mobile device, the next update to the app will automatically install the new version. We will not be updating the old version, so please ensure you do update. If you don’t currently have the app installed on your mobile device, please download it using the links provided.
How do I use the app?
Information on using the app can be found here.
When will the app be updated?
The new PJ app updates regularly and automatically with any new articles posted on pharmaceutical-journal.com, so you can always stay up to date with the latest pharmacy news and learning.
Will I still be able to read the print issues of The Pharmaceutical Journal and Clinical Pharmacist in the app?
No, the new app will not show the print versions of The Pharmaceutical Journal and Clinical Pharmacist. The new version of the app is based on the content from pharmaceutical-journal.com and contains many more articles than are available in print.
Can I view the content offline?
Yes. When the PJ app is opened and the mobile device is online (through WiFi or mobile data) new content is downloaded to the app. Once the updated content has been downloaded it is available to read offline.
Can you search in the new version of the app?
Yes, the new version of the app has search functionality. However the device needs to be online to carry out searches.
Can I get the PJ app on my device?
The app is available for Apple iOS and Android devices; please download it from the relevant store for your device.
Is the PJ app supported on my operating system?
08/03/2017: The PJ app is supported on Kindle Fire running Android versions 4 or later, and on devices running the following operating systems:
|Name||Version number||Initial release date|
|KitKat||4.4 – 4.4.4||2013|
|Lollipop||5.0 – 5.1.1||2014|
|Marshmallow||6.0 – 6.0.1||2015|
|Nougat||7.0 – 7.1.1||2016|
|Version number||Initial release date|
Do I have to enter any details to access the app?
When you first open the app you will be asked for your login details. If you are a RPS member, please enter your RPS membership number and your surname exactly as it appears on your record. You will also need to have logged into the rpharms.com website to activate your account. If you are a subscriber to The Pharmaceutical Journal, please enter the email and password you use to access the pharmaceutical-journal.com website.
I’ve entered my membership number and surname but still can’t access the app
Please sign into the rpharms.com website to activate your account and to check your details. Your surname and membership number need to be entered in exactly the same way as in your record on the rpharms.com website. If you continue to have problems getting access to the app, please contact the membership team.
I’ve entered my email and password but still can’t access the app
Please contact us at https://pharmpress.zendesk.com/hc/en-gb/requests/new
Is the PJ app available to everyone?
At the moment the PJ app is only available to members of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society and to individual subscribers. If you are eligible to join the RPS please contact the membership team.
I’m a student member of the RPS. Can I get the PJ app?
Yes. All members of the RPS can access the PJ App.
Why can’t we comment on the stories in the app?
If you’d like to comment on the stories in the App please do so on pharmaceutical-journal.com. You can find a link to the site on all editorial pages.
Why can’t I save a PJ article as a PDF?
Please use pharmaceutical-journal.com if you would like to bookmark articles.
Can I search for a job using the PJ app?
Please use Pharmaceutical Journal Jobs to search for a job.
Is the app available for Windows devices?
Unfortunately not. We are assessing demand for a Windows version and will take this into account when planning future versions.
If your question is not shown here or if you would like to leave feedback on the app please contact https://pharmpress.zendesk.com/hc/en-gb/requests/new
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