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Let’s start by the installation of the LionsBase mobile application. What do you need? The answer is: a smartphone or a tablet. Thus either an iPhone/iPad or an Android device (e.g., Samsung, Huawei 1, Nexus, Google Pixel, …).

There are some requirements but the any decently modern smartphone or tablet is likely to be working (Android users: be sure to read the footnote related to Huawei devices though).

The quickest way to install the application on your device is to click the image corresponding to your device:

Get LionsBase Mobile on the App Store Get LionsBase Mobile on Google Play

Alternatively, please refer to the sections hereafter.

iPhone/iPad and macOS

On an iPhone, iPad or macOS 2, locate the application “App Store” and open it:

App Store

Then go to Search:

Search in App Store

Enter “lionsbase” in the search box and you will see the LionsBase mobile application that you may install by tapping the “GET” button:

LionsBase mobile in App Store


If you are prompted to enter a username and/or password, this is your Apple or iTunes account which is asked at this point.


On your Android device, locate the application “Google Play” and open it:

Google Play

You may need to sign in first with your Google account:

Sign in with your Google Account

Enter “lionsbase” in the search box and then open the LionsBase mobile application:

Search LionsBase in Google Play

And finally tap the “Install” button:

Install the LionsBase mobile application



(02.09.2020) One important information regarding Huawei devices. Huawei has been placed on the US Entity list which prevents Huawei and Google from doing business with each other. This means that Huawei is not able to license Google Play Services, which is why it is omitted from the phone. In order to use the LionsBase mobile application, you will need to manually install the Google Play Store on newer devices, such as the Huawei P40 Pro. Instructions may easily be found online.


LionsBase mobile runs smoothly on macOS Big Sur, macOS Monterey, macOS Ventura and macOS Sonoma (beta) if your laptop is powered by an Apple silicon CPU aka “M1” or “M2”.

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