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10 Colleges With Awesome Android Apps

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10 Colleges With Awesome Android Apps

Schools are taking advantage of America’s most popular mobile operating system.

posted August 31, 2012

Since the Android operating system has just over 50 percent of the U.S. market share across many devices, it’s important that colleges pay attention when building mobile applications. These 10 schools, in particular, have created an excellent app experience on Google’s mobile platform.

University of Alabama

Alabama Android App

Rating: 4.7/5

Features: Directory, news, maps, sports, course search, videos, images and support

 

 

Brigham Young University

BYU Android App

 

Rating: 4.1/5

Features: BYU broadcasting, maps, campus services, device registration, directory, news and myBYU

 

 

University of Delaware

Delaware Android App

Rating: 3.6/5

Features: Emergency contact, sports news, academic calendar, Gameday Live, IT status and maps

 

 

 

Georgia State University

Georgia State Android App

Rating: 4.1/5

Features: Sports, multimedia, polls, maps and wallpapers

 

 

 

Millersville University

Millersville Android App

Rating: 4.4/5

Features: E-mail access, schedules, directories, weather and news

 

 

 

Texas State University

Texas State Android App

Rating: 4.3/5

Features: News, directory, maps, Bobcat Tube, tram schedules, social media and sports

 

 

 

University of Phoenix

University of Phoenix Android App

Rating: 4.4/5

Features: Forums, notifications, attachment downloads and offline access

 

 

 

University of Virginia

UVA Android App

Rating: 4.6/5

Features: UVaClubs, maps, sports news, health system access, admissions information and alerts

 

 

 

Vanderbilt University

Vanderbilt Android App

Rating: 4.5/5

Features: Sports, multimedia, social media, bulletins and maps

 

 

 

University of Wisconsin

Wisconsin Android App

Rating: 4.6/5

Features: Maps, bus schedules, directory, news, sports, videos and campus safety

 

 

 

Read about schools that are using social media, specifically Pinterest, really effectively.

 

Portions of this page are modifications based on work created and shared by the Android Open Source Project and used according to terms described in the Creative Commons 2.5 Attribution License.

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