UTAS

UTAS

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The University of Tasmania Mobile Application provides a quick way to access information from a variety of resources.

The current list of features include:
-MyLO
-Maps with GPS ability (using Google Maps)
-Latest news
-Apply
-Links to commonly accessed UTAS websites
-University contacts with numbers and locations
-Social Media links (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube)

Please contact the Service Desk if you have any issues accessing or using the application.

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Recently changed in this version

Reorganised navigation
Minor visual enhancements
Shortcuts to campus maps
Updated contacts lists
2014 Orientation shortcuts


Comments and ratings for UTAS
  • (53 stars)

    by Chris Clark on 24/10/2013

    Disappointing effort. If its going to use Web links the utas site needs to be a responsive site for use on mobile devices

  • (53 stars)

    by Josh Miller on 10/10/2013

    The majority of students use smartphones so why not make an app that you can quickly sign into using a personalised pin (as used with banking apps). From there you should have a homescreen where one can quickly and easily access MyLO and webmail instead o

  • (53 stars)

    by A Google User on 18/02/2012

    Nothing but a bunch of web links

  • (53 stars)

    by Jonno on 18/02/2012

    Nothing but a bunch of web links

  • (53 stars)

    by Anthony on 18/02/2012

    Certainly needs work. Students don't need an app that displays random web content when they already have web browsers. Timetabling features etc including storing student timetables would be much better than a link. Web mail access in a mobile format is al

  • (53 stars)

    by Matthew on 17/02/2012

    This app has no real functionality that can't be done faster and better by pointing your device's browse towards the utas website. The map functionality only forwards you on to the google maps site, are you too lazy to properly implement the maps API that

  • (53 stars)

    by Daniel on 17/02/2012

    This is a nearly perfect example of how precisely to NOT develop a mobile app. It is, in essence, a convoluted menu of simple web links, with a few RSS news feeds that few students or staff would have any use for on a day-to-day basis. Features that any