Science News on your Mobile Device

Phys.org Mobile

Update (2/1/2013): We are excited to announce our new mobile site, optimized for your smartphone or tablet. When visiting Phys.org from your mobile device, you will be automatically redirected to the new site (http://m.phys.org) where you will discover new features and improved usability. In addition, the interface and layout have been revised for better visibility and user-friendliness. We are happy to provide yet another way for our readers to quickly access the latest science, technology and medical updates from around the world.

Tips for using the mobile site:

  • To switch to the “full” or the older “iPhone-optimized” website version, touch the gray button found at the lower-right corner of your screen. Your choice will be remembered until you reset your browser’s cookies.
  • To change your preferred headline list order (by popularity or date), or to filter stories by topic, touch the “settings” button at the bottom. To return to the default view, go to “settings” and choose the first option.

Phys.org Mobile Apps

Stay in touch while on the go with the Phys.org News apps:

Phys.org on Amazon Kindle

Readers can subscribe to Phys.org stories through the Amazon Kindle e-reader. The "Spotlight News" feed offers the top 40 or so stories of the day. Readers who are primarily interested in a specific subject can subscribe to one of five channel feeds, which provide all stories in that subject. The five channel feeds are Space and Earth, Technology and Electronics, Biology and Chemistry, Physics and Nanotechnology, and Medicine and Health.