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For Students,
By Students.

We build apps and support developers on campus. Student-built, student-maintained apps built over the years, designed to improve your campus experience.

TigerApps is fully funded by ODUS and Projects Board, an Undergraduate Student Government initiative.

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Course Planning

Plan your schedule and get notifications when spots open up.

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ReCal

Plan the perfect course schedule and automatically sync with your Google Calendar. By Naphat Sanguansin '16, Dyland Xue '16, and Maxim Zaslavsky '17.

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Princeton Courses

Search through courses quickly to find the list of courses you wish to take. By Sebastian Hallum Clarke '19, Caterina Golner '19, Bensu Sicim '19, Mel Shu '19, and Kara Bressler '19.

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TigerSnatch

Receive email and text message notifications when spots open in full classes. Trade spots with other students. By Shannon Heh ’23, Nick Padmanabhan ’23, and Byron Zhang ’23.

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TigerPath

Plan out your four-year course schedule and track major/degree requirements. By Richard Chu '18, Barak Nehoran '18, Daniel Leung '20, and Adeniji Ogunlana '19.

Campus Life

Prepare for Room Draw, stay active, and meet new friends over food.

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[NEW!] MealMatch

Find new people to meet and eat with in dining halls who want to eat at the same time and place as you. Receive real-time text notifications upon finding a match along with your match's profile and contact information. By Adam Kelch '24, Ameya Vaidya '24, Jeremy Dapaah'24, and Rajiv Swamy '24.

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TigerDraw

The one-stop-shop platform for room draw planning. See when past rooms were drawn, filter them, and create a list of potential rooms without needing to parse through PDFs. By Christine Cho '22, Grace Cuenca '22, Frank Ge '22, and Hannah Huh '22.

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TigerFit

Track workouts, visualize progress, and get recommendations for weights/repetitions based on your workout history. By Ian Murray ‘23, Adam Gamba ‘23, Kevin Castro ‘23, Darren Zheng ‘23.

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food 4 u

Locate and share free food easily with a visual campus map marking free food events, email notifications, and more. By Daphne Barretto ‘23, Aaron Buck ‘23, and Ben Chan ‘23.

Buy & Sell

Trade clothes, textbooks, and goods with other students.

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TigerRetail

Buy, sell, and request goods; direct message users in-site, connect with transportation buddies, find campus event tickets, and more. By Albert Lin ’23, Katie McLaughlin ’23, Sara Schwartz ’23, Phoebe Lin ’23.

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TigerThrift

Sell clothing or shop fellow Tigers’ closets. Katie Chou ‘23, Katelyn Rodrigues ‘23, Iroha Shirai ‘23.

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Rebook

Textbook marketplace for Princeton students. By Sophie Li '23, Jayson Wu '23, and Connie Xu '23.

Directories

Find students, study groups, research opportunities, and campus amenities.

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TigerStudy

Get matched to study groups for any of your courses. By Caroline di Vittorio '22 and Kasey McFadden '22.
Note: Any inquiries about study group matching should be directed to the McGraw Center.

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Student Facebook

A directory of Princeton undergraduate students.
Note: The original student-built Tigerbook has been retired in favor of the Registrar's official Princeton directory.

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TigerResearch

Search for available Princeton professors within your field of interest, for independent work, thesis, or other research. By Eric Ahn '24, Vivek Kolli '24, and Alex Zhang '24.

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TigerTools

Find amenities using a map of campus and provide feedback on them. By Indu Panigrahi '23, Raymond Liu '23, and Adam Rebei '23.

Develop

Interested in creating the next TigerApp?

TigerApps is a student-run organization that maintains and supports student-developed web applications. We cover all technological costs associated with the apps and advertise them on our homepage.
There are 3 criteria for your app to become part of TigerApps.
Apply Criteria 1

Relates to student life on campus

Apply Criteria 2

Fully functional & no known bugs

Apply Criteria 3

Built using modern frameworks

Unsure where to start? Check out some Princeton data sources to start building your app.

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Once your app is ready to launch, apply to become a TigerApp.

Submit an App

About Us

Meet the TigerApps team!

Current Members

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Shannon Heh '23

Senior Developer

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Nick Padmanabhan '23

Senior Developer

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Ben Chan '23

Senior Developer

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Adam Gamba '23

Senior Developer

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Adam Kelch '24

Developer

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Taylor Yamashita '24

Developer

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Daniel Park '24

Developer

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Youngseo Lee '25

Developer

Past Members

Charles An '22

Ayo Oguntola '23

Emre Cakir '21

Reilly Bova '20

Rushy Panchal '19

Ben Parks '17

Maxim Zaslavsky '17