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The iPhone native portion of the MIT Mobile Framework
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README.markdown

About the app

MIT Mobile for iPhone is the official iPhone app for MIT. It is created and maintained by MIT and shared under the MIT license. The project includes components from other open source projects — their licenses are detailed in their respective source files.

MIT Mobile for Phone is free and available on the App Store.

Contributions are welcome!

Building the app

MIT Mobile is using cocoapods, so make sure that you open MIT Mobile.xcworkspace, and not the project file.

Technical Details

  • Base SDK is Latest iOS (7.0)
  • Deployment Target is iOS 7.0

Feedback

Questions, comments, and feedback are welcome at iphone-app-feedback@mit.edu.

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