Success for MIMS Android and iPhone apps

With almost 7,000 downloads and a 4-star rating, the recently launched MIMS applications for Android and iPhone are proving a resounding success with prescribers.

Download the new MIMS apps from Android Market or iTunes and access concise information on over 2,000 medicines on the go.

Search your app store

Go to Android Market or search 'MIMS prescribing' in iTunes or the app store on your phone.

The essential, accessible prescribing resource
MIMS, the essential prescribing reference, has been available in print, updated every month for over 50 years and in recent years online via The launch of the Android and iPhone apps provides a convenient companion for the print and online versions.

MIMS is accessed over 453,969 times every month by UK general practitioners*.

Key features of MIMS for smartphone

  • A predictive search to quickly find information on over 2,000 products
  • Search or browse by brand or generic name
  • Find products by manufacturer and therapeutic area
  • Clinical calculators

Monthly updates incorporating around 200 changes

Go to Android Market or search 'MIMS Prescribing' in iTunes or your app store and with a one-off download of the MIMS app you can access free updates instantly to your smartphone.


* National Medical Readership Survey. March ’10 – February ’11.  The number of referrals to MIMS is worked out by multiplying the mean number of referrals by the total number of GPs answering the question.  The mean number of referrals is worked out using the factors shown for each range on the questionnaire.

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