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Affiliated Apps

iOS Apps

These apps are currently sponsored by an entity within the university. The individual apps are not developed or maintained by the university.

ACS Mobile

Up-to-the-minute access to 35,000+ ACS ASAP Articles; ability to personalize content (save favorites, change fonts and graphics), filter, search, share and save work.

BobcatMail (Outlook)

Texas State Email, known as BobcatMail, is our official email service. Part of Office 365, BobcatMail integrates with many other Office 365 apps. BobcatMail is available on mobile devices, where you need it, when you need it.

BrowZine

Find, read, and monitor thousands of scholarly journals available from your university, hospital, or corporate library who has a BrowZine subscription, or through Open Access publishers, covering all disciplines.

Duo Mobile

Provides two-factor authentication service to make logins more secure; generates passcodes for login and can receive push notifications for easy, one-tap authentication.

Medscape

Leading medical resource app providing medical news, drug information and tools, disease and condition information, medical calculators, drug formulary information via online and offline access (if user downloads the clinical reference database.

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Mendeley

Free reference manager and PDF reader designed for researchers, students, and academics; annotate, save, download, and search saved work offline, while syncing a single library across devices.

Musing

Photo recognition app that allows the user to scan artwork at participating museums and art galleries to learn more about the work and its artist.

New England Journal of Medicine

Combines all content from the New England Journal of Medicine in print with key multimedia and other unique mobile features; read, store and categorize issues; access early releases; export PDFs and PowerPoint slides; listen to audio summaries and watch associated article videos; view weekly CME exam questions; share articles, notes, and other captured work.

PubMed On Tap

Search PubMed and PubMed Central to find, display, and import reference information, PDFs, and full articles; search your personal reference library, organize your references in groups (static and smart), and email references to yourself or others.

SAP Fiori

Access key SAP transactional workflows – requests, approvals, tracking and data reporting based on your system role.

Skype for Business

Access to voice & video meetings with rich individual presence, instant messaging, conferencing, and calling features via Active Directory authentication (Texas State Net ID and password).

SpringerLink

Publication database containing articles and chapters from over 2,500 peer-reviewed journals and over 50,000 books; personalized and advanced searches; access to abstracts; bookmark and save capabilities; ability to share document summaries.

StatRef

Access 300+ healthcare e-resources offered in 50+ disciplines; intuitively cross-search full-text, evidence-based and authoritative resources; bookmark paragraphs; define unknown medical terminology.

Tapingo

Tapingo lets you buy food and more straight from your phone. Skip the line with pickup or bring the goods straight to you with our delivery service (available at select campuses). On most campuses, you can even use your meal plan or campus card!

Stop waiting in line! Tapingo lets you order ahead and customize your purchase, so you never have to wait. Whether you live on or off campus, Tapingo is the best way to buy from the restaurants and stores you love.

Tapingo features special menus, deals, and discounts for loyal members. Be sure to enable notifications so you know when your food is ready and when we have something special in store for you!

The Gold Book

Every student creates lasting memories as a Bobcat, and we want the Gold Book to be part of yours. The Gold Book app allows anyone to take part in Texas State pride and tradition activities around the university. Learn more about Texas State’s rich traditions and share some of yours by taking photos at various places and events. Inside the app you can even learn the history of some traditions as well as brush up on Texas State songs and cheers. Users can also see other users' pictures and earn prizes for items they’ve completed. So what are you waiting for? Go Cats Go.

TRACS App

Connect to your courses anywhere with TRACS Mobile, an extension of the official TXST Mobile App. Move between TXST Mobile and TRACS to get the full Texas State University mobile experience. Interact with your TRACS sites, receive course Announcements and Forums notifications, stay logged in longer, and access your course documents, right from your mobile device.

University Star

The University Star is the student newspaper of Texas State University. As one of the oldest student publications in Texas, The Star has published steadily through the Great Depression, two world wars, and through the Korean, Vietnam and Gulf Wars. Lyndon Johnson, the 36th president of the United States, served as the summer editor of The Star in 1930.

Android Apps

These apps are currently sponsored by an entity within the university. The individual apps are not developed or maintained by the university.

ACS Mobile

Up-to-the-minute access to 35,000+ ACS ASAP Articles; ability to personalize content (save favorites, change fonts and graphics), filter, search, share and save work.

arXiv

Browse daily science articles (Physics, Astronomy, Math, etc.) at arXiv.org and search the entire arXiv collection. Ability to read PDF’s, save for later, and share.

BobcatMail (Outlook)

Texas State Email, known as BobcatMail, is our official email service. Part of Office 365, BobcatMail integrates with many other Office 365 apps. BobcatMail is available on mobile devices, where you need it, when you need it.

BrowZine

Find, read, and monitor thousands of scholarly journals available from your university, hospital, or corporate library who has a BrowZine subscription, or through Open Access publishers, covering all disciplines.

Duo Mobile

Provides two-factor authentication service to make logins more secure; generates passcodes for login and can receive push notifications for easy, one-tap authentication.

Medscape

Leading medical resource app providing medical news, drug information and tools, disease and condition information, medical calculators, drug formulary information via online and offline access (if user downloads the clinical reference database.

Mendeley

Free reference manager and PDF reader designed for researchers, students, and academics; annotate, save, download, and search saved work offline, while syncing a single library across devices.

New England Journal of Medicine

Combines all content from the New England Journal of Medicine in print with key multimedia and other unique mobile features; read, store and categorize issues; access early releases; export PDFs and PowerPoint slides; listen to audio summaries and watch associated article videos; view weekly CME exam questions; share articles, notes, and other captured work.

PubMed On Tap

Search PubMed and PubMed Central to find, display, and import reference information, PDFs, and full articles; search your personal reference library, organize your references in groups (static and smart), and email references to yourself or others.

RPD Texas State

RPD center of Texas State University in San Marcos.

SAP Fiori

Access key SAP transactional workflows – requests, approvals, tracking and data reporting based on your system role.

Skype for Business

Access to voice & video meetings with rich individual presence, instant messaging, conferencing, and calling features via Active Directory authentication (Texas State Net ID and password).

Springer

Publication database containing articles and chapters from over 2,500 peer-reviewed journals and over 50,000 books; personalized and advanced searches; access to abstracts; bookmark and save capabilities; ability to share document summaries.

StatRef

Access 300+ healthcare e-resources offered in 50+ disciplines; intuitively cross-search full-text, evidence-based and authoritative resources; bookmark paragraphs; define unknown medical terminology.

Tapingo


Tapingo lets you buy food and more straight from your phone. Skip the line with pickup or bring the goods straight to you with our delivery service (available at select campuses). On most campuses, you can even use your meal plan or campus card!

Stop waiting in line! Tapingo lets you order ahead and customize your purchase, so you never have to wait. Whether you live on or off campus, Tapingo is the best way to buy from the restaurants and stores you love.

Tapingo features special menus, deals, and discounts for loyal members. Be sure to enable notifications so you know when your food is ready and when we have something special in store for you!

The Gold Book

Every student creates lasting memories as a Bobcat, and we want the Gold Book to be part of yours. The Gold Book app allows anyone to take part in Texas State pride and tradition activities around the university. Learn more about Texas State’s rich traditions and share some of yours by taking photos at various places and events. Inside the app you can even learn the history of some traditions as well as brush up on Texas State songs and cheers. Users can also see other users' pictures and earn prizes for items they’ve completed. So what are you waiting for? Go Cats Go.

TRACS App

Connect to your courses anywhere with TRACS Mobile, an extension of the official TXST Mobile App. Move between TXST Mobile and TRACS to get the full Texas State University mobile experience. Interact with your TRACS sites, receive course Announcements and Forums notifications, stay logged in longer, and access your course documents, right from your mobile device.

University Star

The University Star is the student newspaper of Texas State University. As one of the oldest student publications in Texas, The Star has published steadily through the Great Depression, two world wars, and through the Korean, Vietnam and Gulf Wars. Lyndon Johnson, the 36th president of the United States, served as the summer editor of The Star in 1930.

Affiliated App Feedback

If you come across an app on the Play or iTunes store you think should be listed here or have a poor experience with one of the affiliated apps, let us know by filling out the Affiliated App Feedback form.