Mobile apps and resources
Welcome to the Library Guide for mobile apps and resources. In this guide you will find mobile apps and sites which will help your study and research. We hope you find it useful.
What is an app?
An app is a piece of software designed to run on most smartphones or tablet PCs. There are apps for Apple, Android and Blackberry devices and they can be downloaded from an app store. Many apps are free and others can be purchased.
What is a mobile site?
A mobile site is a website designed to be accessed on a mobile device such as a smartphone or tablet. They allow access to much of the same content of the original website, but are easier to view on a smaller screen. Mobile sites are free and don't need to be downloaded from an app store.
Access to UCL phone directory, locations, friend locator, news, personal library account, PC availability tool and UCL Union activities. UCL Go! is fully endorsed and developed by UCL. Available for iOS and other smartphones.
For more information please see the following webpage: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/isd/students/mobile/ucl-go
UCL iMap is an application which can be downloaded to your iPhone, allowing you to navigate a map of the UCL campus directly from your handset.
To link to the iMap on iTunes click the link below (requires iTunes to be installed):
Alternatively, you can search for "UCLiMap" through the AppStore. UCL iMap a runs both on iPhones and iPod Touches.
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