Login to UFApps

Connect to Apps Anywhere, Anytime, on all your Devices

UFApps provides access to software applications from any computing device--laptops, tablets, desktops, and smartphones--from any location, at any time.  This project began as a one-year pilot project funded by the Student Tech Fee. Due to overwhelmingly positive feedback, UFApps is a full production UFIT service for students and faculty!


To leave comments or suggestions, go to our Help Request form and select 'Leave Feedback' from the drop-down menu.

Read more about UFApps.

First Time Use Questions

First Time Use

Do I have access to UFApps?

  • If you are a current student or faculty member at the University of Florida the answer is simple: yes! Continue to the Login page.
  • UFApps is currently supplied as a service to students and faculty through UFIT, so it is not available for UF staff at this time. If you are interested in having this service available for your department’s staff in the future, please submit feedback using the help request form a UFIT staff member will contact you.

Access UFApps from a PC

  • Open a web browser and go to http://receiver.citrix.com
  • Once there, click the button labeled “Download Receiver for Windows”.
  • Run the Citrix Receiver installer.
  • If a box reading “Confirm installation is complete” appears, click OK.
  • In some browsers you may see a ribbon or window that reads “This webpage wants to run the following add-on: Citrix Receiver…” Click “Allow” and select “Do not show me this warning again” if prompted.
  • Once the Citrix Receiver is installed go to apps.ufl.edu
  • For certain web browsers, you may wish to add https://apps.ufl.edu/ to your trusted sites list, to avoid having to approve each launch of a UFApps application. Check your browser help for instructions.

Access UFApps from a Mac

  • Open a web browser and go to http://receiver.citrix.com
  • Once there, click the button labeled “Download Receiver for Mac”.
  • Download and open the Receiver.

Mac Open Downloads

  • Selecte the “Install Citrix Receiver” option.

Mac Install Receiver


  • Wait for the installation to complete.

Mac Receiver Install Progress


Access UFApps from a mobile device

  • Download the Citrix Receiver from your device’s app store (Apple Store, Google Play)

Android Receiver Store2


  • Open the Citrix Receiver and tap “Set up my enterprise apps” or “Add Account” depending on your device type
  • In the “Address”  field enter “apps.ufl.edu”

Android Add Account


  • Use your gatorlink credentials for the username and password fields
  • If asked for a domain, enter “UFAD”

Android Account Info


  • Please visit the FAQ for more information.

Access UFApps within a web browser

UFApps can be accessed within many Web Browsers using the Citrix Receiver for Web or “Light Receiver.”

  • Once you have logged into apps.ufl.edu, you may choose “Use light version” instead of installing the native Receiver client.


  • Or if you’ve already installed the Receiver, click on your name at the top right of the screen, and select Change Receiver.


How do I get to the Login page?

To login into UFApps all you have to do is go to apps.ufl.edu and install the Citrix Receiver. Make sure the Citrix Receiver is installed before logging into UFApps.

Where can I get the Citrix Receiver from?

You can download the Citrix Receiver from Citrix. Once it has finished downloading the receiver make sure you install it onto your computer.

What happens the first time I log into apps.ufl.edu?

The first time that you login to UFApps and launch an application your system and application preferences are being created. This process may take a few minutes, but subsequent logins will be faster.

App Questions


Will more apps be added?

Yes! More applications will be added to UFApps as time passes making it easier for students and faculty to perform tasks they need anytime and anywhere.

How do I request a new App?

Simply click the “Help Request” form at the top of this page and select “Request a new app” from the drop-down menu.

About UFApps


What is UFApps?

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!

Where did UFApps come from?

UFApps began as a one-year pilot project provided by UFIT and funded by students through a student technology fee project. Due to overwhelmingly positive feedback, UFApps will became a full production UFIT service for students and faculty.

What is the future of UFApps?

UFApps began as a pilot project supported by one-time funding through the Student Tech Fee.  Due to overwhelmingly positive feedback, UFApps will 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.

Is this the Right Application Environment for Me?

UFApps covers a suite of services that provide access to the applications and resources you need. You can view all our available options as shown on this table. One of our latest options is UFApps for Research.

Available Tools


  • ArcGIS 10.3
  • Autodesk
    • 3ds Max 2016
    • AutoCAD 2016
    • DWG TrueView 2016
    • Inventor Professional 2016
    • Inventor View
    • Maya 2016
    • MotionBuilder 2016
    • Mudbox 2016
    • ReCap 2016
    • Revit 2016
    • Revit Viewer 2016
  • Blender
  • BlueJ
  • CorelDRAW X7
  • CorelPAINT X7
  • ENVI
  • ENVI Classic
  • ENVI + IDL
  • FileZilla
  • Ftool
  • FB-MultiPier
  • FB-Deep
  • GeoDa
  • GeoStudio 2007
  • GeoStudio 2012
  • GIMP 2
  • Google Earth
  • IDL 8.4
  • Inkscape
  • IrfanView
  • JetBrains
    • CLion 2016
    • DataGrip 2016
    • IntelliJ 2016
    • PyCharm 2016
    • RubyMine 2016
    • WebStorm 2016
  • Mathcad Prime 3.0
  • Mathcad Prime 3.0 XMCD
  • Matlab R2016a
  • Minitab 17
  • Mplus 7
  • Microsoft
    • Microsoft Access 2016
    • Microsoft Excel 2016
    • Microsoft InfoPath Designer 2013
    • Microsoft InfoPath Filler 2013
    • Microsoft OneNote 2016
    • Microsoft Powerpoint 2016
    • Microsoft Publisher 2016
    • Microsoft Skype for Business 2016
    • Microsoft Word 2016
  • Notepad++
  • Nuix 6.2
  • NVivo Pro 11
  • OpenSim 3.3
  • Paint.NET
  • PDF Editor (Foxit)
  • PDF Reader (Foxit)
  • Python34 CMD
  • Python34 IDLE
  • R
  • R Drive File Storage
  • Rhinoceros 5
  • RStudio
  • SAS 9.4
  • SAS Enterprise Guide
  • SAS IML Studio
  • Serif Design Suite
    • Serif DrawPlus X8
    • Serif PagePlus X9
    • Serif PhotoPlus X8
    • Serif WebPlus X8
  • SigmaPlot
  • SketchUp
  • SketchUp Layout
  • SketchUp Style Builder
  • SolidWorks 2014
  • SolidWorks 2015
  • SolidWorks 2016
  • SolidWorks eDrawings 2014
  • SolidWorks eDrawings 2015
  • SolidWorks eDrawings 2016
  • SPSS Amos Graphics
  • SPSS SamplePower 3
  • SPSS Statistics 24
  • SPSS Visualization Designer
  • StataSE 13
  • StataSE 14
  • Tableau Desktop 10.1
  • TimeSat
  • Sublime Test 2
  • VLC Media Player
  • WinSCP
  • Wolfram Mathematica 9


  • E-learning
  • M Drive File Storage
  • UFIT News


  • Acrobat DC
  • After Effects
  • Audition
  • Bridge
  • Dreamweaver
  • Flash Pro
  • Illustrator
  • InCopy
  • InDesign
  • Muse
  • Photoshop
  • Premiere Pro