There are several ways to browse Phys.org content with your iPhone, or iPod touch screen device.
When browsing thePhys.org website with your Apple mobile device you'll be automatically redirected to m.phys.org which has a special skin optimized for iPhone/iPod touch. All Phys.org content is available by browsing topics and categories. Content may be shared via Twitter, Facebook, Digg or StumbleUpon.
To stay in touch while on the go you can install one of two apps available for Apple mobile devices.
The PhysOrg.com "Lite" version (iPad version) allows readers to peruse daily top news from PhysOrg.com. Read top news stories anytime and anywhere. Update your favorite content and read it offline. Readers may rate, bookmark and share favorite stories via Twitter or email directly using the app.
Unlike the "Lite" version - the "Full" version (iPad version) app features all categories on Phys.org plus customization of your favorite news topics. Generally we feature 50 new or breaking news stories each day during the work week covering a full range of topics. This includes stories in the fields of physics, earth science, medicine, nanotechnology, electronics, space, biology, chemistry, computer sciences, engineering, mathematics and other sub categories in science and technology.
The apps are ads-free. The Phys.org Lite and full version are available on Apple App Store.
|Top 10 stories from the past day||All Phys.orgcontent: 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|