Thursday, 27 August 2015

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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

UNHCR: My Life as a Refugee iTunes & Android

refugee-appEvery minute eight people are forced to flee war, persecution or terror.

If conflict threatened your family, what would you do?


UN Chronicle iTunes

UNchronicleThe premier periodical of the UN since 1946, the UN Chronicle is a quarterly magazine covering the current affairs of the United Nations from contemporary and historical perspectives.

The mobile edition includes the latest issue for free.


UN Foundation: Act Global, Go Mobile iTunes, Android & Windows 7

foundationPeople often ask “How can I get involved?” The UN Foundation mobile application allows citizens worldwide to learn more about areas where they want to add their voices, advocate and help support the UN. It makes it easy, fun, and informative to engage every day with the UN.


UN CountryStats iTunes

countrystatsUN CountryStats is a data visualization tool to compare key economic, social, environmental, trade, and area & population indicators for 216 countries and territories. 


AIDSinfo iTunes

UNAIDS appAIDSinfo is a data visualization and dissemination tool to facilitate the use of AIDS-related data in countries and globally. AIDSinfo is populated with multisectoral HIV data from a range of sources including WHO, UNICEF, UNAIDS and Measure DHS.


MyWorldWeather Android & iTunes

WMO app"MyWorldWeather" is the mobile version of the World Weather Information Service (WWIS) website. It is the world's first ever location-specific weather service providing official city weather forecasts under the auspices of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) of the United Nations for people on the move.


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