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Achievers Writing Center Rewrites How Students Learn To Write

Achievers Writing Center Rewrites How Students Learn To Write

Achievers Writing Center, by Niles Technology Group, brings a full-service writing center to a student’s mobile device. With everything students need to write an excellent essay, Achievers’ mobile apps are the solution to starting, developing and editing writing assignments. Complete with live writing assistants and editing services, the apps take the tediousness out of writing and deliver a mobile learning experience like no other essay writing app.

New Essay Workstation App makes Students comfortable with Writing

New Essay Workstation App makes Students comfortable with Writing

Essay Workstation, a mobile app by Niles Technology Group, has fundamentally changed how students approach and feel about writing. Designed for the popular iPad, iPhone and iPod, Essay Workstation eliminates the fear of writing that many students have and increases compliance with writing assignments. With step-by-step instructions on how to write over 40 types of essays, students now have the tools to write logical, critically-structured essays.

Teenagers Create Mobile App to Help Students Academically Succeed

Teenagers Create Mobile App to Help Students Academically Succeed

Inspired by the need for educational apps that target high school and middle school academics, Success Tips for School 1.1 for iOS helps teens learn the in and outs of doing well in school. Written by teens for teens, Success Tips bypasses the textbook and gets straight to what students want and need – advice on how best to approach schoolwork and how to study effectively. The advice is timely and pertinent for today’s competitive school and work environments.

Middle School Writing app turns Students into sharp Critical Thinkers

Middle School Writing app turns Students into sharp Critical Thinkers

Virginia based Niles Technology Group today announces Middle School Writing 1.1, an update to their popular educational app for iOS devices. Middle School Writing does something that teachers and schools want students to do more of – the app gets students to think. While the goal of the app is to teach essay writing, Niles Technology Group specifically designed the content to emphasize that a student can only write about what he or she is thinking.

Students and Schools gain competitive edge with Niles Technology Apps

Students and Schools gain competitive edge with Niles Technology Apps

Charlottesville, Virginia – Writing and critical thinking skills command premium attention in the marketplace. It is now common practice for employers to give writing and cognitive communication skills tests as part of the job interview process. Niles Technology Group’s essay writing apps is a guaranteed way to ensure that students acquire the writing and critical thinking skills required to excel in the workplace. Be prepared for the next school year with the best in mobile education by purchasing Niles Technology apps.
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Teenager-Inspired iPhone App leads Students to Academic Success

Teenager-Inspired iPhone App leads Students to Academic Success

Charlottesville, Virginia – Risk Takers with Skill is a new company that creates educational apps that address the biggest source of anxiety for high school and middle school students; that is, how to do well in school, yet still have enough time to have fun. Themselves two teenagers, the founders of Risk Takers with Skill, who excel extremely well academically, decided to create an iPhone app to help other students learn the ins and outs of doing well without living in the library. The result of their endeavor is Success Tips, a teenager’s practical guide to academic success. With timely study and test-taking tips, as well as detailed subject-specific tips, Success Tips shows students that doing well in school is not as difficult or time-consuming as it seems.
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Achievers Writing Center gives Students the Writing Skills to Succeed

Achievers Writing Center gives Students the Writing Skills to Succeed

Charlottesville, Virginia – Mobile technology has changed education in one dramatic way – students now, literally, work anywhere at anytime. This has raised an interesting problem; that is, students often find themselves without a knowledgeable resource nearby to which they can ask questions. The problem is further exasperated by online education where there is virtually no person-to-person interaction.
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Reading Trainer Review for iPad

Reading Trainer Review for iPad

Would you like to be a faster reader? Now, with Reading Trainer by HeKu IT, you can learn advanced reading techniques. The series of specialized exercises contained within are geared not only toward increasing your reading speed, but also to improving your retention rate. Instead of spending two hours to read a book, you could read two books in the same time, or perhaps even more. Continue on to iPadmodo for our full review.
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Students' research made easy by Free ArticleSearch iPhone App

Students’ research made easy by Free ArticleSearch iPhone App

London, United Kingdom – Hours spent studying in a library or looking through volumes of dusty books could soon be a thing of the past for students, thanks to a new iPhone application.
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Mobile App Company gives back with Free Tutoring for Students

Mobile App Company gives back with Free Tutoring for Students

Charlottesville, Virginia – Niles Technology Group introduces a true recession-busting app that provides free essay writing assistance for college and high school students. Ask Czarina, a free mobile app for the iPhone, iPod and iPad, contains useful writing tutorials plus a direct email connection to a live editor that answers writing questions. Students now have writing assistance anytime, anywhere – all at no cost.
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New Essay Writing App is a Game Changer for College and High Students

New Essay Writing App is a Game Changer for College and High Students

Charlottesville, Virginia – Learning the difficult task of writing has become much easier thanks to the new mobile app, Essay Czar, by Niles Technology Group. Essay Czar is an eBook with step-by-step instructions on how to write over 40 types of essays, including the all important SAT Essay. With one convenient app, students can now access detailed essay writing help anytime, anywhere and virtually insure that their writing assignments are the best they can be.
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Students Can Learn More in Less Time with Apps from TheraTech Solutions

Students Can Learn More in Less Time with Apps from TheraTech Solutions

Thornton, Colorado – Talking Flashcards and Study Fly Apps provide students an alternative way to learn by using read aloud cards that can be scrolled through automatically or independently. Eliminating the need to create flashcards from scratch, Talking Flashcards and Study Fly save time for students, foreign language learners, special educators, and parents by searching Quizlet, host of over 4 million premade flashcard sets, and importing decks in less than 22 seconds. Talking Flashcards and Study Fly are available for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch through the iTunes App store from $2.99-$3.99. Talking Flashcards and Study Fly were created by theraTech Solutions, LLC, which was founded by a speech language pathologist with over 10 years of experience.
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iPhone App Helps Spanish Students Learn and Think in Spanish

iPhone App Helps Spanish Students Learn and Think in Spanish

San Diego, California – As a motivated student of Spanish, app developer Matt Fischler was not happy with traditional self-help approaches to learning Spanish, such as flashcards or rote memory. So with a team of native Spanish speakers, he developed an app that permits the Spanish student to construct immersive English-to-Spanish translations in an entertaining game format.
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iPad Toy Cash Register appeals to Preschoolers and Elementary Students

iPad Toy Cash Register appeals to Preschoolers and Elementary Students

Sharon Springs, New York – Independent Software Developer “Pattrns.com” is celebrating the success of its preschool targeted iPhone App, “Toy Cash Register” with an upgrade, a new release, and an app scholarship. Since June of 2010 when the application was approved by Apple to be sold on iPhones and the iPod touch, the Toy Cash Register game has been downloaded over 10,000 times.
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AppoTize Announces new iPad Application for Engineers and Students

AppoTize Announces new iPad Application for Engineers and Students

Huntington Beach, California – AppoTize today is pleased to announce the release and immediate availability of Convert2 – TechPro for iPad 1.0, its latest application. Convert2 – TechPro for iPad is a professional unit conversion program for scientists, engineers, technicians and students which allows for easy sharing of data with iWork applications as well as all other iPad app’s which support copy and paste. Convert2 – TechPro for iPad is consistent with the official values in NIST Special Publication 811 “Guide for the Use of the International System of Units.” Convert2 – TechPro contains thousands of sought after conversions for the technical professional.
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High school students stump parents - Trigger unique iPhone app

High school students stump parents – Trigger unique iPhone app

Denham Springs, Louisiana – Parents watched as a group of teenagers played a strange game with their friends. The game consisted of a person showing sets of fingers, saying different numbers and repeating “This is a very simple game.” at the beginning of each round. The group would then be asked what number corresponds to the amount of fingers being held up. No one in the group could figure out the correct answer.
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Two College Students Create iPhone Game Burrow: Rises To Top Free Games

Two College Students Create iPhone Game Burrow: Rises To Top Free Games

Charlotte, North Carolina – Burrow, a physics-based iPhone game, has recently been created and launched by Shane and Karly Wighton. This husband-wife team is completely new to the practice of application creation, but that did not prevent Burrow, their first application, from rising to the top 50 free puzzle games during the two days they offered it for free.
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CourseNotes 2.0 for iPad Adds Features to Helps Students Learn Together

CourseNotes 2.0 for iPad Adds Features to Helps Students Learn Together

Cambridge, Massachusetts – Dear Panda L.L.C. today is pleased to release CourseNotes 2.0 for iPad. Arriving just in time for the fall semester, the update adds new features which will facilitate learning and sharing among students and teachers in the classroom. The already popular note-taking app has added new capabilities that allow users to export their notes, sketches and TODO items online. The latest version also gives users the ability to view shared notes of their Facebook friends from within the app, making collaboration easier than ever.
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Physical Exam Essentials for iPhone Essential for Med Students and Pros

Physical Exam Essentials for iPhone Essential for Med Students and Pros

San Diego, CA – Announcing Hipposoft, the developer of Physical Exam Essentials, has launched an important new product for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. The Physical Exam Essentials is an overview reference of the information and techniques involved when performing a patient’s physical examination, making it perfect for medical students and health professionals, alike.
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Art History Test 1.1 for iPhone Great For Art Students and Trivia Buffs

Art History Test 1.1 for iPhone Great For Art Students and Trivia Buffs

Albuquerque, NM – Announcing Bluewater Publishing LLC, the developers of Art History Test, has released a unique new product for iPhone and iPod touch users. The application is a new launch which tests and teaches art history. Through the use of flash cards, students and art lovers can learn about the master painters from the late Middle Ages through to the early modern era. Art History Test is aimed primarily at college art history students and those studying for their AP art history exam.
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