Harvard Mobile Apps

Harvard University Mobile App

Harvard Mobile AppThe Harvard Mobile app is a University-wide initiative to improve the mobile experience of students, faculty, staff, visitors, and neighbors who interact with Harvard’s campus and community. Released in January 2013, Harvard Mobile 2.0 is the latest version of the application with a number of functional, design, and content enhancements. Harvard Mobile 2.0 now has native applications for Android and iOS operating systems, as well as a mobile web application accessible to any web-enabled smartphone.

Find Harvard Mobile at m.harvard.edu on the mobile web on your web enabled phone, see a tablet-optimized version of m.harvard.edu on your tablet device, download the native applications in the iTunes App Store and the Android Marketplace.

Download iPhone App
Android app on Google Play

Harvard Virtual Tour

Tour Harvard Yard with any web-enabled smartphone to learn about life at Harvard today as well as the University’s history. This self-guided tour features stop descriptions, audio, video and images- including pictures from the University archives and inside views of Harvard buildings.

Other Mobile Apps

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

Public Health School AppWith the School of Public Health News app members of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health community and others can connect with each other and stay up-to-day on breaking public health news and research, plus events and activities going on around the School. This app, available for the iPhone and Android, features news, multimedia, events and more.

Download iPhone App
Android app on Google Play

Arnold Arboretum Explorer

Arnold Arboretum ExplorerArboretum Explorer is the Arboretum's mobile web application. You can search for and identify plants, view seasonal highlights, take self-guided tours, link to resources for plant information, and share plants through social media. Bookmark Arboretum Explorer on your phone¹s internet browser and tap into a wealth of information on the 15,000 plants in our landscape.