Medicine has been mobile long before the release of the first smartphone or tablet. Physicians go where the patients are—at the bedside, in the clinic—and we think clinical information should, as well. CHEST has been mobile since late 2010, when we first released the CHEST Journal app for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch, and with the release of the new Journal site, we are releasing a new and improved app as well (Fig 3-4). The design has not been changed significantly yet (watch for a new look later this year), but we have added access to a full 77 years of CHEST content. While the original app included access to only the three most recent issues of CHEST, the new app includes the entire CHEST archive, fully accessible by browsing or search. Guidelines are accessible from a distinct button. You will also find that monthly CHEST podcasts can be played directly from the app, enabling hands-free multitasking for when there is time only to listen, not look. Much of the best functionality from the original app has been retained, including the ability to save your favorite articles and your viewing history, share articles with colleagues via e-mail, view images in a special figure viewer, type notes or record audio notes, and more.