UN data is a free data visualization app that gives users portable access to a compilation of key statistical indicators organised into 4 sections; general information, economic indicators, social indicators, environmental and infrastructure indicators for 30 geographical regions and over 200 countries and areas of the world. With a simple and easy to use interface, this app enables users to quickly find each profile.
The indicators have been collected from more than 20 international statistical sources compiled regularly by the Statistics Division and the Population Division of the United Nations, the statistical services of the United Nations, specialized agencies and other international organizations and institutions.
Every effort has been made to ensure that the images and text of this app are complete and accurate. Data as at 31 May 2018. All images are current as of October 2018.
Please provide any feedback and suggestions regarding this statistical product, as well as the utility of the data, by contacting email@example.com.
This release covers data for the economic, social, environmental and infrastructure sections for three reference years ‐ 2005, 2010 and 2018 ‐ when available or the most recent data previous to these years, back to 2000. The indicators in the profiles cover the following topics: communication, crime, development assistance, education, energy, environment, finance, gender, health, international tourism, labour market, national accounts, population and migration, price and production indices and science and technology.
Ratings and Reviews
This is a great app with good information, the only sort of bad thing about is that its design is a bit outdated but overall the app is great
Great app. Lots of interesting info and a pretty snazzy interface. Will be interesting to see how often the data updates. However, seems as accurate as it could be considering how often census data is collected especially for so many countries, many of which are probably pretty hard to gather from.
Please save my eyes !
Though somehow a bit out of date, still a very interesting piece.
Just a little remark to software people : take care of visu options as settled in the "general disability options" of iPAd, more specifically for not using too small character fonts. Thanks for caring.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.