uniRDG - University of Reading

uniRDG - University of Reading

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5,000 - 10,000 downloads

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We understand what students want. So we've made uniRDG.

KEY FEATURES:

- EMAIL AND TIMETABLE - we've integrated email and timetable so that you'll never miss an email or lecture
- Fresher? Postgraduate? Plenty of links to University services
- Store your credentials securely to get instant access to University services
- Instant notifications for emails, lectures and ensure you get the latest University alerts
- Links updated remotely to keep you in the loop with the latest University information and resources
- Maps pre-installed to save on your data usage
- Beautifully designed interface, made for easy, quick use
- A great support team, willing to help and listen to any suggestion put forward. Find the feedback link on the settings page!
- All this, absolutely free!

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NOTE: This app is designed specifically for University of Reading students, by University of Reading students. This application has NOT been officially endorsed or supported by the University of Reading.

PRIVACY: We take privacy VERY seriously. We never collect your credentials, and certainly never share any information on your usage with any third party (other than analytics). All usage data which is collected is totally anonymous. Please refer to your university's code of conduct when using their services.

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Recently changed in this version

- uniRDG for Android is here, enjoy access to your email and timetable on the go!
- General bug fixes


Comments and ratings for uniRDG - University of Reading
  • (67 stars)

    by Cam Yavari on 26/01/2014

    Really usefully to have everything in one place. It would be easier if you could log in and it remember you, so you wouldn't have to constantly enter your details. And also the email has changed to mail.reading which means you have to log in to the original page to then get given the new link and then log in again. Really annoying, it'd be great if that was fixed. Apart from that it's quite the li

  • (67 stars)

    by Edward Moore on 07/10/2013

    Does exactly what its said to do.

  • (67 stars)

    by Gemma Allen on 11/12/2012

    My main problem is accessing University emails: it really doesn't work well on a mobile! A solution for this could be to make a page within the app to access emails, rather than just providing a link. But overall it's a really useful app :)