uSask creates iPhone application for students

June 29, 2009

The University of Saskatchewan's computer science department has developed an iPhone application specifically for students. Called iUSASK, the application offers a range of options, such as checking marks and reading campus news. The application will be available for free download in August once Apple approves it for its app store. This fall, uSask will offer an iPhone programming class for registered students and the public. Students will learn how to build application buttons that may be used with the iUSASK application in the future. Saskatoon Star-Phoenix | iPhoneU