Every year, an average of 1.6 million people take their driving test. As most people will know, it is split into two parts, a prerequisite Theory test followed by a Practical test. Whilst you hire a driving instructor to prepare you for the Practical test, the Theory is down to you, the learner. In this day and age of technology, this is a lot simpler than it used to be thanks to smartphones and their apps but you still have to be wary about which ones you use. So I’m looking into the 5 best apps you can use to study for the test.
You will have undoubtedly heard of Lonely Planet and their world renowned travel guide books. Perhaps even owned and used some of their guide books in your own travels throughout the years. In an age, before everyone had access to the internet and owned smartphones, Lonely Planet topped the charts with their guide books but how well do they fare in the era of apps, where books are almost a thing of the past. In this blog I shall take look at their latest creation, Guides, to find out whether it lives up to the standard of its physical predecessors. So let’s get to it.
Meet Gojimo, the top revision app for GCSE and A Level which has over 150,000 revision quizzes, and features an instant messaging app that connects students with tutors for immediate help on almost any subject.
Have you ever had to tell your grumpy teenager to get off their phone and revise for their A-Levels? Well, now you won't have to. These Maths A-Level revision apps will mean your son or daughter can stay on their phone but revise anytime anywhere like you want them to.
Have you ever had to tell your grumpy teenager to get off their phone and revise for their latest set of exams? Well, now you won't have to. Subject specific revision apps mean your son or daughter can stay on their phone but revise like you want them to.
In the second in this series of blogs, I am going to tell you all about three of the many Humanities apps you can download to ease away the painful battle when attempting to get your tech-glued teenager to revise for their GCSE’s!
Have you ever heard a song or a bit of music that that sounds really good and you would love to know how this song is called? Shazam is an app that allows you to be able to recognise any piece of music instantly with just a click of a button. In this second blog of mine, I will take you through the basics of Shazam and tell you why should download the app today.
Have you ever had to tell your grumpy teenager to get off their phone and revise for their latest set of exams? Well, now you won't have to. Revision Apps mean your son or daughter can stay on their phone but revise like you want them to. In the first of this series of blogs, I am going to highlight the top apps you can download to ease away the painful battle when attempting to get your tech-glued teenager to revise for their latest big public exam.
Technology in Sport is always evolving to give athletes the best gadgets and gizmos to train and compete with. The latest innovations all rely on two things, Apps and Bluetooth. Whether it’s to relay data from the app to Augmented Reality shades for cycling or from sensors inside your racket sending data to display graphically on the companion app, Bluetooth apps have revolutionised the way we train in our sports. So come and read on to find out all about them.
Google Duo is a simple, fast one-to-one video calling app for everyone—whether you’re on Android or iOS, a fast or slow connection, in New York or New Delhi. Duo is based on your phone number, allowing you to reach anyone in your contacts. And its simple interface fades away when you’re in a call, so it’s just the two of you. Read on and I'll tell you all about it.
Drawing is fun but it gets a whole better when you can bring your drawings to life through animation. Animatic is a great app for that and you don't have to be a pro at art either. Sound like your thing? Come in and check it out.