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Mobile Apps

Mobile Apps

All apps are available through your preferred App Store. 

Subscription Mobile Apps

*Available through UT Libraries Subscription

For download and continued use of the app, users must have an active MyAccess acount and sign in every 90 days through our institution, either on-site or through VPN.  Create your free MyAccess account using these steps:

  • Navigate to the AccessMedicine homepage.
  • Click on the “University of Texas at Austin” drop-down box in the upper right-hand corner of any page.
  • Click on “Sign in or Create a Free MyAccess Profile”.
  • A new window will appear.  Click on the “Create a Free MyAccess Profile” button.
  • Fill in the registration form.
  • To keep your MyAccess Account active, you must sign in every 90 days.

Once the MyAccess account is set up you can download the AccessMedicine app for free from the App Store or Google Play.  Use your MyAccess account credentials to sign in.

Looking for additional medical apps not featured here? Check out iMedical Apps, a medical app review site
with thousands of reviews by trusted medical professionals. 

All apps are available through your preferred App Store. 

Open Resource Apps

*Additional purchases may be necessary to view full content.

Looking for additional medical apps not featured here? Check out iMedical Apps, a medical app review site
with thousands of reviews by trusted medical professionals. 

For more information regarding PubMed, please visit the UT Libraries PubMed LibGuide

All apps are available through your preferred App Store. 

PubMed Mobile Apps 

*Some purchase may be necessary to view full content. 

All apps are available through your preferred App Store. 

Medical Journal Mobile Apps

*Available through UT Libraries Subscription

Looking for additional medical apps not featured here? Check out iMedical Apps, a medical app review site
with thousands of reviews by trusted medical professionals. 

Acknowledgment

The Mobile Apps section was created and developed by UT iSchool graduate student Lindsay Wendlandt, in Spring 2021 as part of her Capstone Project.

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