Psych Central iPhone AppHave you ever wanted to keep up with the primary content published on Psych Central or one of its dozens of blogs on your iPhone? Now you can with the Psych Central iPhone app (free, of course!).

If you already have an iPhone, just pull up the App Store and type in “psychcentral” in the search box, and you’ll see it pop right up. Download it and in a few minutes you’ll be up and running with all of the latest articles from Psych Central News, our dozens of blogs, World of Psychology and the Ask the Therapist feature.

The app is completely customizable as well, allowing you to view and keep updated only on the content of interest to you. Don’t care about Blog C or Blog G? Simply turn them off and their content will no longer be displayed. You can customize font size, share articles with your friends via twitter, Facebook and email, and save articles for later reference.

And in the tradition of all things Psych Central, the app is free with no advertising. It doesn’t get any better than this (an Android version of the app is coming, for those with an Android phone)! We hope to develop additional apps in the months to come, so stay tuned.

Check it out: Psych Central for iPhone. (Works on iPod Touch and the iPad as well.)

 


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    Last reviewed: By John M. Grohol, Psy.D. on 19 May 2010
    Published on PsychCentral.com. All rights reserved.

APA Reference
Grohol, J. (2010). Psych Central iPhone App. Psych Central. Retrieved on September 19, 2014, from http://psychcentral.com/blog/archives/2010/05/19/psych-central-iphone-app/

 

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