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UCSF Mobile

Version 900.1.5

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UCSF Mobile

University of California at San Francisco


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Download UCSF Mobile on the Appstore

The completely redesigned UCSF Mobile is the official UCSF app and puts campus information at your fingertips. Newly redesigned and improved, it features location-awareness and real-time information so you can see what’s open around you and estimated travel time. UCSF Mobile is also integrated with the UCSF calendar and news. New features include:

• Integrated with UCSF Directory
• Integrated with Tripshot to have real-time shuttle arrive/departure times
• Integration with Google & Apple maps
• Walking & driving directions from your location
• Allows notifications of content updates, features, & news
• Bookmark features lets you save and review info later
• More map details: address, phone number, websites, business hours for UCSF services including food, fitness, more
• Multiple UCSF Facebook & Twitter feeds
• Detailed food and shopping info at Parnassus, Mission Bay, and other locations
• Expanded universal search of main campus buildings, departments, & services
• Includes important UCSF numbers

Release notes

Performance improvements and bug fixes

Many new features & services are added to UCSF Mobile without an App Store update. As new features become available, we'll highlight those for you in the app.

Updated in GO section:
· Users can give feedback on Transportation services on the GO springboard
· On-Demand shuttle has its own icon to make it easier for users to identify this service
· GO icons appear in descending order based on the customer’s usage
· The various shuttle services are now grouped together in the NAVIGATION bar

Updated in CONNECT section:
· News is now called UCSF News on CONNECT springboard and NAVIGATION bar
· Special Announcements is now called to Campus Stories, on CONNECT springboard and NAVIGATION bar

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