Phys.org iPad Apps

Phys.org offers users a few different ways to view its content on iPad. You can open the Phys.org website in a conventional browser on your Apple iPad mobile device. iPad's large screen and multi-touch functionality lets you browse website content as it appears on every computer. By browsing topics and categories, all Phys.org content is available to view and may be shared via Twitter, Facebook, Digg or StumbleUpon. For those looking for more convenience and extended functionality, you can install our iPad apps.

Phys.org iPad App

While on the go you can keep in touch by installing one of two apps available for Apple iPad tablet.

Read top news stories anytime, anywhere, by using the Phys.org "Lite" version, which allows readers to browse top daily news at their fingertips, or simply update content to enjoy offline. Readers are able to bookmark, rate or share favorites via Twitter, Facebook or email using the app.

For complete customization of your favorite topics, the "Full" version app features all categories on Phys.org, including 50+ new and breaking news stories a day that cover a wide array of topics in the fields of physics, earth science, medicine, nanotechnology, electronics, space, biology, chemistry, computer sciences, engineering, mathematics and several other science and technology sub categories.

Features:

  • customizable content (with the full version);
  • bookmark "must-read" stories;
  • rate stories from the app;
  • email, tweet via Twitter, share on Facebook;
  • readable while offline.

What's the difference between free "Lite" and paid "Full" apps?


LiteFull
Top 10 stories from the past day All Phys.org content: every last article in your app
Updated once daily Real-time sync with Phys.org's website
No channel breaking List with 10+ channels: stories sorted by topic. Separate channels for Spotlights, Features and Weblogs