September 30, 2013
AUSTIN, Texas, Sept. 30 — The Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) today launched a mobile app to inform the general public about the value of supercomputing in everyday life, and to provide powerful features to help scientists better use TACC's advanced computing resources.
The iOS application is downloadable through Apple's App Store. For non-iPhone users, TACC also offers a mobile optimized web app, accessible with any mobile web browser. In addition, the TACC Web & Mobile Applications group is working on a native app for Android phones that will be available through the Google Play Store.
"The TACC app offers valuable news and information about supercomputing's role in society, and helps our users manage their science wherever they go," said Matthew Hanlon, manager of TACC's Web & Mobile Applications group. "For scientists who use TACC systems, the app offers important features on the go such as push notifications for services including user news, consulting updates, and HPC job status changes."
The TACC iOS App Includes the Following Features:
For the Public
For Researchers and Scientists
To download the TACC iOS app, visit: https://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=705212751&mt=8
Access the TACC mobile web application by navigating to: https://m.tacc.utexas.edu on your smartphone or tablet device's web browser.
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