The latest news story, events, exhibitions, what happened today in the history of Oxford and the weather.
more than 20 walking tours around Oxford including all the Colleges, Gardens, Gargoyles, Nobel Prize winners and, of course, Harry Potter.
Heads of House, Heads of Collections, Senior Administrators and current students all share their own 'perfect day in Oxford'.
The app shows you where you are and what is around you, tap a pin to find out more about a nearby place and its visitor information.
create your own tour by picking and choosing places from the different tours and suggestions, see them on a map, reorder them in your list then delete them after you've visited them.
51 panorama images (33 colleges, 18 collections and locations).
find out about the history of the University, its traditions, and links through to the numerous channels that Oxford now publishes to.
And it's currently free.
A wealth of information from across the University and City of Oxford. Whoever you are, Mobile Oxford is your central guide to help you do your day-to-day tasks. Whether it's finding a library book, checking the next bus or even finding what time the nearest post box is collected Mobile Oxford is for you.
Any device with a web browser is all you need to be able to use most of the features below, and if you to own a smartphone you can use more advanced features like your GPS.
Discover featured objects from the University of Oxford's four world-renowned museums and keep up to date with the latest exhibitions and events. The Ashmolean Museum, the Museum of the History of Science, the Museum of Natural History and the Pitt Rivers Museum each hold distinct and fascinating collections to explore.
The Oxford Today magazine app offers you the complete magazine including all the features, alumni profiles and regular departments from books to letters – everything that you’ve come to expect from one of the leading university alumni magazines. This is also available for Android devices.