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Princeton Mobile: who, what, when, where and what’s to eat

Princeton Mobile is here and it’s new. The updated mobile website provides more on-the-go information about Princeton and is for anyone who studies, lives, works, or visits here.

Princeton Mobile
Princeton Mobile: the computer perspective

The new Princeton Mobile is designed to provide the best user experience whether you are accessing the site from a computer, tablet or smartphone. It is available for free at m.princeton.edu and replaces the iPrinceton mobile app. If you have the iPrinceton app, you will want to update that app to get the new Princeton Mobile website.

Princeton Mobile has more than 15 interactive menus that keep you connected to the who, what, when, where and what’s to eat on campus. With News, keep up on Princeton news from University news, the Daily Princetonian, Princeton Weekly Bulletin, and the Princeton Alumni Weekly. If you’re hungry, check Dining to see what's open and what's on the menu and, very important to some, allergen and nutrition information. Other menu options allow you to search the Princeton directory, check the University TigerTransit schedule, navigate campus with the help of the interactive campus map, take a guided tour, and more.

If you can’t find what you’re looking for, a sophisticated search tool searches the entire mobile site at once and returns all related information. For example, a search for someone by name may show the person’s directory information, as well as news stories and videos that relate to that person.

You can access Princeton Mobile at m.princeton.edu. You can also download Princeton Mobile as a free app from Apple Store and Google Play stores.

If you have comments or questions about Princeton Mobile, you can send them to pumobile@princeton.edu. For technical support, contact the OIT Help Desk at 609-258-4357 (8-HELP) or helpdesk@princeton.edu.

A related story about Princeton Mobile was published on the Princeton home page as News at Princeton:  Princeton launches updated mobile website