Tuesday, 21 February 2017

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United Nations Mobile Applications


UN mobile apps and e-publication are an easy and informative way to engage every day with the UN.

From data visualisation to the latest news, the UN is at your fingertips with over two dozen mobile apps to date. Load them onto your phone or tablet and keep up to date with the UN's latest digital works!

Below you will find a complete list of UN digital products.

→ More e-books, e-collections and databases from the UN Digital website

iTunes and Google Play

ApeAppThe Great Apes Survival Partnership [GRASP] presents ApeApp, an application that brings together news and projects from multiple conservation agencies including the African Wildlife Foundation, The Orangutan Conservancy, The Goualougo Triangle Ape Project and the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund. Learn more about gorillas, chimpanzees, bonobos and orangutans and get involved to help support these species' ongoing survival.


United Nations Handbook 2015-16 iTunes and Android

UNHandbook-picThe United Nations Handbook, along with its mobile app, is designed to be an accessible guide to the complex UN system for those working with or within the UN.


What's in Blue iTunes

WIBWhen the Security Council approaches the final stage of negotiation of a draft resolution the text is printed in blue.


IAEA - Isotope Browser Android

IAEA-appProvided by the Nuclear Data Section of the International Atomic Energy Agency, the app gives properties of more than 4 000 nuclides and isomers.


Charter of the United Nations iTunes

UN Charter-appBeginning with 'We the peoples of the United Nations...', this app contains all Articles of the Charter of the United Nations as well as an introductory note that outlines past amendments. It also includes the Statute of the International Court of Justice that forms an integral part of the UN Charter.


United Nations Declaration of Human Rights iTunes

HRD-appThis edition to mark the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights contains the complete text of the Declaration. It includes all thirty articles as envisaged by the creators who formulated the Declaration forging standards and principles - the inherent right of all mankind.


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