Aplicații mobile create de instituțiile și organismele UE
While the European Parliament, the European Commission, and the Court of Justice of the European Union each have an interpretation service, recruitment of staff interpreters and selection of Auxiliary Conference Interpreters (ACIs) is carried out jointly.
The Pre-selection Test Tool is intended for candidates who applied to become Auxiliary Conference Interpreter (ACI) and wish to take the pre-selection test on a mobile device. Participation in a test is upon invitation only and the tool is accessible with the username and password provided by the test organiser.
If you are interested in working as an interpreter for the European institutions, please visit http://europa.eu/interpretation/index_en.htm for more information.
Let EP Spotter take you on a guided tour of the European Parliament's campus in Brussels!
Using your phone's GPS and compass to point you in the right direction you can visit the European Parliament at your leisure. Follow the arrow and see all the captivating and innovative activities that will give you a refreshing take on European democracy.
Suitable for young and old alike, you'll find out about the European Parliament's impressive buildings and the personalities they're named after, as well as the area's remarkable history.
EP Spotter doesn't require entrance to the European Parliament; the full tour takes around 60 minutes.
If you’ve ever been stranded at a European airport or had your luggage lost by an airline, you can now use this mobile app to check your rights immediately, on the spot.
Launched by the European Commission in 2013, the app now covers all modes of transport in the EU – air, rail, bus and boat.
Your Passenger Rights gives clear and concise information on travel rights in the European Union. The question/answer format makes it easy for you to identify the problem you’re having and get a clear explanation of your rights concerning that problem, and the options available to you.
The app includes features for visually impaired people (when supported by the device), is available in 25 languages and uses local storage on your device to avoid the need for data connectivity whilst travelling.
Cyber Chronix is an edutainment tool to raise awareness about data protection and fundamental rights among the youngsters in the format of interactive comics. It is a branching game enhancing digital competences, storytelling and engagement conceived for activities in informal educational setting.
Direct download of the Android APK package here
Designed for delegates, event invitees and the general public, the EU Council app will give users access to information on events and meetings taking place in the Council buildings in Brussels and Luxembourg. The app will include details about meetings (time, venue and agenda) and practical information for attendees (accreditation, transport and opening hours). Maps will help users in finding their way to the building, the meeting rooms and other facilities (coffee facilities, toilets, delegation offices, etc.).
Reflecting on Europe is an initiative launched by the European Committee of the Regions to offer a space for citizens to present their ideas, thoughts and opinions on what the European Union should be. The main objective is to listen and report feedback from the local level to Brussels and EU institutions and to contribute to the ongoing reflection on the future of the European Union.
The Reflecting on Europe app, entitled "Have your Say on Europe", enables you to give your opinion through a survey on the future of Europe, view the survey results for all EU countries in the language of your choice, and discover past and future local events taking place in Europe. The app is available in all EU languages with the easy option to switch from one language to another.
The European Committee of the Regions is the European Union's assembly of regional and locally elected representatives from the 28 EU countries. Its 350 members are the voice of regions and cities in the European Union.
EFSA to the people is an app which allows to perform queries on EFSA’s website and retrieve information. It is the winner of EFSA’s first innovation prize – a Hackathon competition for developers and designers.
If you were Prime Minister…
You are now in Taxlandia, a tiny European state with gorgeous mountains and clear blue lakes. A popular tourist destination when the economy was booming and a country with minimal taxes, Taxlandia faces now an unprecedented crisis. A lot of companies moved their headquarters, tourism decreased. Last year the authorities admitted that it was time to increase taxes. Soon, an unofficial “tax rebellion” started.
And now YOU have been appointed the new Prime Minister of Taxlandia! You have to start collecting more taxes, build the new infrastructure, and ensure further development of the country. Good luck!
- Earn high scores as you solve various quests
- Save cities from natural disasters and bad investment
- Restore happiness and welfare in Taxlandia
In the process, understand the tax mechanisms and the way they are collected.
CHALLENGING AND REWARDING
This is an educational game with lots of action, 3D views and funny characters, but also with a thorough tutorial that helps the player make the best decisions.
However, risk is part of the business and the reward for some clever investments can be great! Also, it can lead to public outcry if you fail. People will demand your resignation!
- Fight criminality and pollution in your country by investing in high tech police departments, smart administration buildings and large leisure areas in the cities
- Enhance employment with keen investments and watch over the happiness of your people. Be careful though! When their happiness drops, people start to rebel against the authorities.
HINTS AND TIPS
- Lots of hints and explanations, an easy to understand glossary of terms that you can also use in class
- Three levels of difficulty, age based: 9-12 yo, 13-17 yo, 18-25 yo
Facts. Analysis. Insight. Foresight.
This app gives you access to all the publications and infographics published by the European Parliamentary Research Service (EPRS). As the in-house research service of the European Parliament, we provide independent, objective analysis on EU issues, policy and law.
You can browse and search for publications by policy area, your favourite author, publication date, and even the size! Once you find the publication you want, you can easily share it with your friends or put it on your reading list to read later when you have no internet connection.
App listing EU events hosted in your country
If you want to know what events the EU and its partners are putting on in your country, then this is the app for you.
Developed by the EU’s External Action Service, the app contains full listings of events open to the public across the world.
Events for children, exhibitions, conferences and training sessions are just some of the things on offer. So whether you are a family looking to learn more about the EU, a student interested in moving to the EU to study or an SME trying to maximise business opportunities, there may be something for you.
The app offers content in 6 languages: Arabic, English, French, Portuguese, Spanish and Russian. It will soon offer content in 21 more languages: Albanian, Armenian, Azerbaijani, Belarusian, Burmese, Standard Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Georgian, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Kazakh, Korean, Macedonian, Romanian, Serbian, Tajik, Thai, Ukrainian and Vietnamese.
This handy app is the perfect tool for those wishing to stay up-to-date on the work of the Court of Justice of the European Union.
It provides easy access to the latest decisions of the Court of Justice, the General Court and the Civil Service Tribunal (including judgments, Opinions and orders), as well as the latest press releases.
Also included is the Court’s diary, providing details of hearings, judgments and Opinions for the coming weeks.
For those who need to delve deeper, a search facility provides simple access to the whole of the Court’s case law.
Searches can be carried out by case number, party name, date and a free text search.
The Social Biking project app
BikePrints mob app designed for collecting data from EU citizens on Physical Activity and Social Networks for the Social Biking project (S-b). The Joint Research Center is setting up the project "Social-Biking"(S-b) which aims to motivate European citizens to move more and use more environmentally sustainable means of transport. Within the S-b framework, JRC will compare different incentive schemes on cycling activities of people.
The S-b is an internet based project which will be exclusively coordinated and conducted through the BikePrints mobile application which allows users to track their movement and more importantly to see other friends' shared movements. Participants will be receiving social based incentives, i.e. a biker will receive points if s/he bikes on the same path with other S-bikers. During the project S-bikers will receive different rewards (sport/bike equipment) based on their physical activity performance and on their social performance.
The AQUASURVEY app is a new piece of software designed to help you collect your own data and organise your field campaigns. It brings you through all the necessary steps to collect your own data: from the design of the survey to the concrete collection of data using several mobile devices, and integrates the data collected to allow for their use in GIS or statistical software applications.
This tool allows you to monitor and geo-reference your ongoing survey, and to integrate data collected by different surveyors. It can also produce customised graphs and statistics, which can provide an overview of your dataset in a printable report.
The AQUASURVEY app consists of an easy-to-use application with one component for use by desktops and one for Android devices, with the optional integration of the online GIS on www.aquaknow.net. This open-source application, developed by the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre and EuropeAid, is free of charge.
The Water Project Toolkit application (WPT) provides guidance and information on best practices for implementing water and sanitation projects in the developing world.
It gives access to the analytical tools necessary to evaluate the specific context, issues and needs in your project area, as well as operational checklists to guide you throughout the project lifecycle.
Use the WPT navigator to quickly find appropriate advice on your project by selecting your sector (Water Resource management, Basic services, Municipal services, Agriculture, Energy and Sector performance) and project phase (Programming, Identification, Formulation, Implementation and Evaluation-Audit).
Based on internationally agreed principles, the WPT is a guide for those involved in developing the water sector, which helps them apply sound and environmentally sustainable practices in areas such as institutional management, socio-economic and public governance, finance, the environment, education, capacity building, communications and technology. It consists of step-by-step suggestions for the planning, identification, formulation, implementation and evaluation of water-development activities.