University of Oregon

UOregon app now available for Android

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Android users can now find UO campus events, read university news and the Daily Emerald, get directions to a building or room across campus, or take one of several tours of the 295-acre campus, all from your mobile phone.

The free app, originally released for iPhone in summer of 2010, comes to Android with all of the iPhone features. For example, Library patrons can see maps of the interior of the Knight Library or see where a book is located on a specific shelf. Or if you're after a different type of information, connect with the university's Facebook and Twitter accounts.

This project is a collaboration between the Geography Department's InfoGraphics Lab and UO Web Communications.

Read more about the UOregon app, its designers, and plans for the future.

 

544Download the UOregon app for Android (opens browser)

545 Download the UOregon app for iPhone (opens iTunes)