DOWNLOAD PROCORE FOR IPHONE
Click here to see the Procore for iPhone listing in the App Store. Download Procore for iPhone by searching in the App Store for "Procore" using your iPhone.
ACCESS PROJECT DOCUMENTS ON YOUR iPHONE
Procore for iPhone's Docs tool gives you access to your entire project document archive stored in Procore. iPhone users can search for, view and print any of the project documents stored in the most common formats, including PDFs, Word docs, Excel spreadsheets and text files.
TAKE YOUR PUNCH LISTS EVERYWHERE
Procore for iPhone includes a complete Punch List tool. View and manage Punch List items for your projects, whether they're Open, Overdue or Closed. Create new punch list items, add photos and assign responsibility with a due date directly in the iPhone app.
ACCESS AND SHARE CONTACTS FROM PROJECT DIRECTORIES
Use Procore for iPhone to store thousands of Contacts, and access them directly from the Project Directory tool. Keep contact data separate from your personal information on your iPad, or import selected contacts from Procore to your iPhone. Search by project, name or company and tap to email or share any contact.
PROJECT DATA ON YOUR iPHONE
Procore's iPhone app brings the power of Procore's construction project management software right to your iPhone. Changes and additions to your project data made on your iPhone are instantly synced with your Procore project data.
INSTANTLY ACCESS DRAWINGS
Upload, view and share current field drawings and ensure that all project team members have downloaded the latest drawings using the Log feature. Compare current versions against revisions using the Drawing Comparison tool.
ADD PHOTOS FROM THE JOB SITE
Add photos to your Procore Photos archive right from your iPhone. Photos added to Procore are kept safe and secure in a centralized online archive. Project team members will know where to find every photo.
CREATE RFIS AND VIEW CURRENT STATUS ANYWHERE
Procore for iPhone's RFI tool makes it easy to create new RFIs and check on the status of any RFI in your Procore projects. Look at just your own RFIs, or see all of the RFIs on the project.