Wisconsin App (Android) - Installing the app on an Android device

The Wisconsin App (formerly known as Mobile UW) is available on Android devices via the Android Market. This document explains how to find and install the application.

To download Wisconsin App on your Android device, you will use the Android Market.

  1. Open Play Store on your Android device.

    The applications menu with Play Store highlighted

  2. Click on the search icon, a magnifying glass, in the upper right corner of the Market.

    The search icon is highlighted in the upper right of the application

  3. Search for Wisconsin App as shown below.

    The search interface for the Play Store is shown

  4. Select the Wisconsin App highlighted below.

    The search results for Wisconsin App are displayed

  5. Review the details for Wisconsin App and then click the Install button as shown below.

    The application details for Wisconsin App are displayed

  6. Review the permissions being requested by Wisconsin App and then click the Accept button.

    The permission requirements for Wisconsin App are displayed

  7. A notification similar to what is shown below will appear at the top of your screen confirming that the installation has begun.

    The notification bar shows that Wisconsin App is being installed

  8. If you pull down the notifications bar, you can confirm the status of the install. Once the installation is completed, the notification should appear similar to what is seen below. Once the installation is complete, you can click on the notification to see the app.

    The Wisconsin App shows as successfully installed in notifications

  9. Once successfully installed, the application will appear in the list of applications.

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Owner:Leah S.Group:DoIT Help Desk
Created:2011-07-04 18:00 CSTUpdated:2015-02-20 15:54 CST
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