Touch-screen computers are emerging as a popular platform for many applications, including those in chemistry and analytical sciences. Mestrelab Research implemented a new NMR “app”
designed for hand-held and portable touch-controlled devices such as tablets.

A very brief workflow on how to become a Beta Tester of Mnova tablet (Android) is shown below. Please follow this alternative tutorial if you are an iPad user.

STEP #1 Registration

First of all, you will have to provide us with your google email which will be added to our Mestrelab’s beta tester´s group. Then we will send you a link to the google store from where you can download the Mnova tablet app.

STEP #2 Become a tester

If you click on the provided link you will reach the Google Play store.

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Once you press on the “Become a tester” button, you will receive a confirmation message “You are a tester”.

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 STEP #3 Download the application

After clicking on the “download it from the Play Store” link, you will be able to install the app directly either from your PC or your tablet device. (screenshot example form a tablet device below)

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 STEP #4 Open the MestReNova application

From your tablet device, open the MestReNova application:

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STEP #5 Introduce your preferred email address

Once the application has been launched, then go to settings/subscription tab and enter your preferred email address. A confirmation email will be sent to your inbox.





STEP #6 Check your inbox

An automated email will be sent to you.

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STEP #7 Email address validation

Click on the “confirm your email address” link provided on the email and then on the “comfirm my email and get started” red button to validate it.

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STEP #8 Get your subscription information updated

As a final step, go back to the app and click again on settings/subscription and then press the “refresh status” button.


After this your MestReNova app is ready to be tested!



Last modified: April 24, 2015 by Enrique Sánchez