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upCurrents is a personal updater for things UP (University of the Philippines). It gathers UP-related news, updates, RSS feeds, videos, event calendars (music, sports, arts, academic). upCurrents also plays UP-FM, an online music radio of the university. More info: || Support: || Facebook.


upCurrents now collects updates from the following sites:

Many UP sites should be included but the challenge is that they're not RSS-ready.

Mobile Download

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Both upCurrents site and mobile app

  • updates aggregated from various official sources
updates pushed directly to your mobile phone

updates can be viewed on a web browser upCurrents

upCurrents Site

  • geotagged updates
  • quick sharing of updates using Facebook, Twitter or email
  • content embedding using the ff html codes that you can cut and paste into your
  • watch youtube video channel
  • plays UP-FM


upCurrents Mobile

updates pushed directly to your mobile phone

plays UP-FM

search UP sites

plays UP videos

calendar events

college updates

Development Team

upCurrents flyer

upCurrents Site (RC)

  • Althene Faustino
  • James De Dios

upCurrents Site (beta)

  • Eriel Bondoc
  • Glaiza Marie Enriquez
  • Erickson Sombillo

upCurrents Mobile (v2.x)

  • Darwin Gonzales

upCurrents Mobile (v1.0)

  • Janice Cereno
  • Mary Kristine Flores
  • Febbie Ann Navis

Project Management

  • Ma. Cristina Dalupan
  • Daniel Villareal


  • Comments, suggestions are most welcome. Email them to

To Do

  • Events (via iskwiki)
  • thumbnail photos for news items
  • campus-specific, status-specific (student, faculty, staff, alumni, parents) initial setup

Known Issues

  • error in parsing some non-rss pages
  • impartial fetch of some non-rss pages

The Fine Print: contents on this site are owned by whoever posted them (as indicated on the page History). Neither the DILC nor the University is responsible for them in any way. DILC reserves the right to delete them if they are deemed in violation of the University's Acceptable Use Policy and other applicable laws.