UFApps provides access to software applications from any computing device--laptops, tablets, desktops, and smartphones--from any location, at any time. Students and faculty can start using UFApps for coursework now!
UFApps is not licensed for research work. If you would like to use UFApps for research purposes, more information can be found here.
To leave comments or suggestions, go to our Help Request form and select 'Leave Feedback' from the drop-down menu.
Beginning in January 2022, UFApps users with files stored on the M:Drive will have their current files archived in a new O:Drive titled “Old UFApps M Drive (O:).” Also, to better reflect that it is temporary storage space, the "M:StudentFileStorage" drive will be renamed "UFAppsTempStorage (M:)".
Any other files that you had stored in the M:Drive, including your Contacts, Desktop, Documents, Downloads, Favorites, and Links folders before January 2022 can be found on the Old UFApps M Drive O: folder.
Starting January 1, 2023, any files in the M: drive two years old or more will be purged. Thus, UFApps users will always have access to two calendar years’ worth of their M: drive files.
These files will be set to read-only but you can copy them back to the M: Drive, your OneDrive @ UF, or Google Drive provided you have set that up with the Kumo service.
Please keep in mind that the UFApps M:Drive is designed for files actively being used and not intended to be a long-term storage solution. OneDrive @ UF and Google Drive are the preferred long term storage solutions for use in UFApps.
To improve access to UFApps and related services like UFApps for Research, we are implementing a new login gateway for accessing your available apps and desktops. The URL for the new login gateway is https://login.apps.ufl.edu/. We will migrate all of the existing services to the new login gateway over the next several weeks.
On 06/08/2021,we will begin by migrating the UFApps for Students and Faculty service. At that time, we request you begin using the new URL to login. For a period of time, anyone using the current gateway (https://apps.ufl.edu/), will be redirected to the new gateway (https://login.apps.ufl.edu/) to ensure a smooth transition.
When configuring your Citrix Workspace App for Windows, Mac, Linux or Mobile device please use “login.apps.ufl.edu”. Tutorials can be viewed in our FAQs (https://info.apps.ufl.edu/faq/).
UFApps changes and announcements are published via two methods, the UFApps Announce MS Teams group and the UFAPPS-ANNOUNCE-L e-mail list.
UFApps leverages a number of cutting edge technologies to provide UF students and faculty access to Windows based software applications from any computing device–laptops, tablets, desktops, and smartphones–from any location, at any time.
UF Information Technology staff monitor usage to gauge the usefulness of UFApps and each application offered to the UF student and faculty community. This data, as well as user feedback, will help determine how we can expand or improve UFApps.
Please use the help request form to share your comments with us!
UFApps began as a pilot project supported by one-time funding through the Student Tech Fee. Due to overwhelmingly positive feedback, UFApps became a full production UFIT service for students and faculty!
If UFApps provides a benefit to you, we would love to hear about it! Your feedback will help determine the applications and features offered. Click here and select ‘feedback’ from the drop-down menu.