Students Develop Campus Info App for Android Mobile Phones

Submitted on May 13, 2013 at 2:16 PM

Vol State computer students have designed a new campus information application called "Campus Hound." The project was part of Dan Arena's INFS111 course last spring semester. It's set up for Android devices and available now on the Google Play Store. This is not an official Vol State application, but we're excited by what the students accomplished and it should be a valuable tool for the Vol State community.

Features of campus hound:

How you can get campus hound

It's available in the Google Play Store. Just search on "VolState" or "Campus Hound".

Is there an iPhone version?

Sorry, no. This is an Android course.

Who developed this app?

There were two student groups that worked on competing apps during the spring semester. As in the past, the students did all the programming, created all the graphics and provided all the marketing verbiage. The winning app was Campus Hound which was conceived and developed by the following Vol State Student Team:

Does this sound exciting to you? Dan Arena will be teaching the Mobile Apps development course again this coming Fall semester. Search for INFS 111. If you have questions email dan.arena@volstate.edu

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