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Texas A&M rolls out mobile app
COLLEGE STATION -- Texas A&M University takes another step in being a leader by providing fast and easy access to campus services through TAMUmobile apps, with its latest development being an app for Android smart phones.
Finding out where to eat, what’s happening, and how to get around are common questions on every college campus. The answers to these questions can now be found quickly and easily on the new Android application developed by the Division of Marketing & Communications at Texas A&M.
Android users can quickly get mobile access to the university calendar, campus bus schedules, the latest campus news and updates, campus directory, the university library, athletics, and more. The Android version of TAMUmobile follows the release of the iPhone version in 2009 and Blackberry app in 2010.
For more information, view the new video on YouTube at http://tx.ag/droid2 or visit www.tamu.edu/mobile.
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