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Downloading ChekMate on your Phone or Tablet

Three quick steps

  1. Download the App from the App Store
  2. Enter your Pairing Code
  3. Start using ChekMate

Download the App

ChekMate is available on iOS for both iPads and iPhones. (ChekMate is not available on Android.)

ChekMate is a free universal app so it's the same app for both your iPhone and iPad (iPod Touch!). We support versions of iOS from 9.0 and greater.

Enter Pairing Code

Once you have downloaded the app, just tap on it to open it. You will be asked to grant some permissions to the app. Just tap on each one and agree to the dialog box that comes up for each. Here's what those permissions are and why we ask for them.


Allow Camera

When adding users or asset you will often want to take a photo of the user or asset to store with it. Or if you are working with issues you might want to add additional photos to the issue. By granting this permission, it means you can use the camera when you need to. This does not give the app any access to the photos on your phone and the photos you take with ChekMate will not be saved to your Photo Library on the phone either.

Allow Location

When you make updates to items in ChekMate, we store the location that you made that update from. This is the same for when you take photos. The location is only tracked when you have the app open and are using it. We do not track your location in the background or if you are not using the app.

Pairing Code

Your ChekRite administrator will have given you a 6 digit pairing code to pair your app into the company environment. You do not need to remember this pairing code and once you enter it, it can't be used again. Also, pairing codes expire after 7 days, so be sure to pair your device to the company ChekRite environment as soon as you receive the pairing code from your administrator.

If you don't have a pairing code or it has expired, contact the ChekRite administrator at your company. If you are unsure who that is, contact us and we can tell you who that is.

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