Applications - EU apps
Mobile applications created by the EU institutions and other bodies
Nora, Barend, Ana and João are considering moving to another European country. But which country has an environment that is up to Nora's high standards? Where can Barend find a well-paying job? And could Ana and João find someplace that suit them both?
Take a walk around across the European Union to and use European statistics to help them make their important life choices!
Velomai is a month-long campaign to promote cycling as a mode of transport. During the whole month of May, colleagues across the EU Institutions and EU schools will challenge each other for the highest number of kilometres and/or rides.
Designed for delegates, event invitees and the general public, the EU Council app will give users access to information on events and meetings taking place in the Council buildings in Brussels and Luxembourg. The app will include details about meetings (time, venue and agenda) and practical information for attendees (accreditation, transport and opening hours). Maps will help users in finding their way to the building, the meeting rooms and other facilities (coffee facilities, toilets, delegation offices, etc.).
EU Committee of the Regions
Connect to Europe's one million local politicians and get the latest from the EU body representing cities and regions across the continent.
The mobile app of the European Committee of the Regions (CoR) brings you real-time notifications about news, events and opinions on your preferred topics. Save your favourite items and share contents as you go from meeting to meeting via social media and other channels.
You can also find details and contact information about all Members and Alternates of the CoR – including from the President, first Vice-President, Political Group Presidents, Commissions Chairs. Find out what regions they represent and read all the opinions with which they have influenced EU decision-making.
CoR Members, Delegations and stakeholders can now locate all CoR buildings and other EU institutions. Event pictures, links to Commissions, Political Group websites and the link to the Members Portal are now available at their fingertips. All meetings can be easily downloaded onto the calendar of your phone.
This App offers mobile access to the CEPOL LEED eLearning platform. It provides training content to registered Law Enforcement officials across the EU Member States and other countries and partner organisations.
ECDC Threat Reports
The ECDC Threat Reports app gives you direct access to key updates and reports on communicable disease threats of concern to the EU. Search by specific disease or virus – from avian influenza to Zika, or by specific report type – including the weekly Communicable Disease Threat Report (CDTR), rapid risk assessments and epidemiologic updates.
The application is free to use and can be accessed by anyone. ECDC partners can access additional reports by logging in with their ECDC credentials. The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) is an EU agency aimed at strengthening Europe's defences against infectious diseases. http://ecdc.europa.eu
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.
The Brief is an important channel of the agency that provides content to give a positive impact not only on the image and reputation of the agency but also contributes to a better-informed and more engaged staff.
The Brief can also be accessed on the intranet of the agency. Only staff members of the agency and those who have an EU Login account can access the content of The Brief.
Found a bug? Or simply praise us? Let us know using the “Send feedback” section within the app.
For any further inquiry, contact the following teams and sectors of the agency: HR, Communication and IT.
At The Brief, we aim to create the best possible reader experience and user interaction for the agency.
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.
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.
This app provides clear and concise information in various non-EU languages and also includes a section with FAQs. The information on the App will be regularly updated. The app is equipped with an interactive map, indicating the locations and the contact details of the various hotspots situated in Greece and in Italy. The app also contains videos showing success stories of people who have been successfully relocated to another European state.
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.
Anyone with a recent smart phone (Android or iPhone) can download an 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. This data is saved locally to the phone and can be sent back to the SRM research database. The aim is then to plot the aggregated findings on a map, in an interactive web site.