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Mobile applications created by the EU institutions and other bodies

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The Brief

The Brief is brought to you by the Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises of the European Commission.

Existing since early 2013, The Brief is an e-magazine with contents and articles written by the editorial team and the staff of the agency on varying topics ranging from the current state of affairs of the agency to personal insight and experience of life and work in and around the agency and the European Institutions.

logo Walking Challenge app

Walking Challenge

Walking Challenge is a campaign to promote walking and running as a mode of transport.
During the whole period of the campaign, colleagues across the EU Institutions and EU schools will challenge each other for the highest number of steps and kilometers they can cover.
Walking Challenge integrates with the Health app in order to access and display data collected by Apple Watch or other pedometer capable wearables. It requires read access to your step count.

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Virtual Coaching Tool

E-learning tool for coaching interpreters

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The EU Relocation Programme

The App provides information on relocation to asylum seekers who are in clear need of international protection from Greece and Italy to another European state. The aim of this app is to help those who are already situated in Greece and in Italy with information on the relocation procedure and their rights and obligations when applying for relocation.

logo TAXLANDIA app


If you were Prime Minister…

You are now in Taxlandia, a tiny European state with gorgeous mountains and clear blue lakes. A popular tourist destination when the economy was booming and a country with minimal taxes, Taxlandia faces now an unprecedented crisis. A lot of companies moved their headquarters, tourism decreased. Last year the authorities admitted that it was time to increase taxes. Soon, an unofficial “tax rebellion” started.

And now YOU have been appointed the new Prime Minister of Taxlandia! You have to start collecting more taxes, build the new infrastructure, and ensure further development of the country. Good luck!

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Smart Radio Monitor

Smart Radio Monitor (SRM) is a European Commission crowd-sourcing project designed to gather and share radio spectrum data about mobile telephony coverage, WIFI channel occupancy, broadband and net neutrality connection tests.

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Re-open EU

How and where can I travel while staying healthy? Re-open EU provides information on the various national restrictions in place, including on quarantine and testing requirements for travellers and mobile contact tracing and warning apps across Europe. This EU app also provides an overview of the health situation in European countries, based on data from the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC). This should help you plan your travel in Europe, while staying safe and healthy. The EU is making major efforts to overcome this pandemic, to protect citizens and their livelihoods. The information is updated frequently and available in 24 languages.

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Passenger rights

If you’ve ever been stranded at a European airport or had your luggage lost by an airline, you can now use this mobile app to check your rights immediately, on the spot.

logo netBravo app


NetBravo is a European Commission crowd-sourcing project designed to gather and share radio spectrum data about mobile telephony coverage, WIFI channel occupancy, broadband and net neutrality connection tests. Anyone with a recent iPhone can download the netBravo app which will automatically record the characteristics of the signal they’re getting on their phone – WIFI, 4G, 3G, 2G or nothing - and test the latency, upload and download performance of their Internet connection with additional net neutrality tests they can select.

logo Invasive Alien Species in Europe app

Invasive Alien Species in Europe

This app is developed by the Joint Research Centre, the in-house science service of the European Commission. Its aim is to enable the general public (amateurs and professionals) to receive and share information about Invasive Alien Species (IAS) in Europe.