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By Anne Finch

These phone applications will help you find your way around Texas A&M University campus, get real-time traffic updates, and stay in the know with all things Texas A&M!

Destination Aggieland (iPhone and Android)
This app will help you weigh your options when attending Texas A&M campus events, including everything from football and basketball to Muster and graduation. Destination Aggieland provides timely information about traffic conditions, parking options, shuttle bus routes, and places to eat or stay. Most information on the app is accessible even when your phone isn’t connected to the Internet. Learn more at

Radio Aggieland (iPhone and Android)
The official app of Aggieland’s radio stations lets you listen to your favorite local radio stations at home or on the road. Features include single click access to radio contests and promotions, an alarm clock feature, and real-time weather updates. For more information, search for Radio Aggieland on the iTunes or Android stores.

Texas A&M University Mobile Apps (iPhone and Andriod)
This app suite includes the 12th Man: Texas A&M Athletics and the Texas A&M University apps. Together, they allow users complete access to full coverage of campus athletics, as well as information about University resources, including campus offices and departments. Learn more at

The Visit App (iPhone)
Visit is an easy-to-use app that lets users find nearby businesses and services. The app, which was created by Aggies, gives you a personal guide to several cities, including the Bryan/College Station area. The full version of Visit comes out on August 15. For more information, search for The Visit App on the iTunes store or visit their Facebook page.