My Class Schedule: Timetable

week long schedule

My Class Schedule

Description

Description

My Class Schedule keeps your student life organized!
This app will not only keep you informed about your upcoming classes, but also reminds you of exams and unfinished homework.The main feature of My Class Schedule is its timetable that shows your schedule for any particular day or week. Additionally there are many other helpful features, for example a grade overview with your average grades or the ability to automatically mute your phone during class.
No matter if you go to school or university, this easy to use app helps you to keep track of all related tasks.
Features:
★ Color-coded timetable (day- and week view; colors can be chosen freely)
★ Widget (sizes: 2×1, 3×1, 2×2, 3×2, 4×2; shows all remaining courses for the day) + DashClock support
★ Notifications for upcoming homework, exams and classes
★ Can automatically mute your phone during lessons
★ Supports timetables with A/B (and even C, D) weeks; just set the frequency of the lesson (for example to “every 2 weeks”) and the app automatically switches between the A/B weeks
★ Save as many courses, lesson times, homework and grades as you want; times can be chosen freely; grades can be weighted
★ Light and Dark Holo theme
★ Runs from SD card (note: widgets generally don’t work when running from SD)

Additional features available for users of the upgraded version (~$1.99):
★ Graphical timetable widget
★ Homework/exam widget
★ Cloud Backup & Cross-device Synchronisation

Where can I find out more? 
http://www.my-class-schedule.com/



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Brain in Hand

Description

 Brain-in-Hand supports people who find the organisation of daily life difficult. This may be due to Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, or other conditions where the executive function of the brain is impaired, such as acquired brain injury, mental health issues or mild cognitive impairment in the early stages of Dementia.
Using a SmartPhone linked to a secure web site, we help people with these conditions to lead a more independent and fulfilled life.
Most of our work is initiated by organisations such as the NHS, Social Services, Schools and Colleges, businesses and third party practitioners who want to use their scarce resources more effectively so that they can provide help for more people.
Users of Brain-in-Hand range from children through to those in old age, as long as they can read written text, have basic skills at using a personal or tablet computer and are able to operate an easy-to-use system on a Smartphone.
Users also need a named Supporter who will help them to set up their own Brain-in-Hand and the support of one or more Mentors who will be available to answer a text message and provide practical support over the phone. Typically this is  done via a support organisation such as the NHS, a school or our own mentoring service, but can also be done by a family member or employer.
If you think that Brain-in-Hand is right for you or someone you care for, please contact us to find out more information.

Where can I find out more? 
http://www.braininhand.co.uk/



Sounds The Pronunciation App

Description

The ultimate interactive English pronunciation tool, for both students AND teachers. Sounds helps you study, practise and play with pronunciation wherever you are.

Based on the best-selling book ‘Sound Foundations’ by pronunciation expert Adrian Underhill, the app features a fully-interactive Phonemic Chart for both British and American English.

You can look up and listen to words and phrases in the WORDLIST, plus record and compare your own pronunciation. If you’re using a Macmillan coursebook, you can now buy additional wordlists directly inside the app.

PRACTISE your pronunciation reading, writing and listening skills
Test yourself with one of the pronunciation QUIZZES
Use the phonemic TYPEWRITER for free practice
LEARN with lesson plans, videos and top tips for teachers, and study hints for students

*** Winner of the British Council ELTons Award 2012 for ‘Innovation in learner resources’. The judges felt that “This is a great app – it is easy to navigate, user-friendly, thorough, and, I am sure, innovative.” ***

COMPLETE FEATURE LIST:

► Interactive Phonemic Chart (British and American English) with high quality audio – tap to hear a sound, or tap and hold to hear the sound and an example word.
► Work in British or American English, and switch between them at any time.
► Vocabulary Wordlist (with over 650 words):
– Phonemic transcriptions and audio
– Record your own pronunciation
– Purchase new wordlists from directly inside the app. Wordlists are available for popular Macmillan coursebooks, as well as topic-based lists. New wordlists feature vocabulary, phrases and audio recordings.
– Turn stress marks on or off to view the primary stress mark in the Wordlist, Practice, Quiz and Type sections.
► Practice Activities (Listen, Read and Write).
► Quizzes (‘3 Minutes’ & ‘3 Lives’ modes) for listening, reading and writing.
► Phonemic Typewriter for free practice.
► ‘Introduction to the Chart’ video featuring Adrian Underhill.
► Three downloadable lesson plans for teaching with the Sounds app.
► Top Ten Tips for Teachers.
► Top Ten Tips for Students.
► ‘Teaching with the Chart’ – complete workshop video with Adrian Underhill.
► Full Instructions.

Where can I find out more? https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/sounds-the-pronunciation-app/id442713833?mt=8


Equaleyes

Description

EqualEyes’ technology takes any Android smartphone and makes it accessible, intuitive and straightforward to handle, use, navigate and interact with. We ‘plug’ our platform into the Android operating system, which runs as usual in the background, and then ‘plug’ our interface into our platform. This ensures our technology is stable and robust, with the flexibility to adapt to changing user needs and to evolve alongside the Android environment.

Where can I find out more? 
http://www.2ndsight.si/products.php



Fleksy

Description

Fleksy is a revolutionary technology, which makes typing text on a touch-screen easy.

Ever dreamt of an auto-correct system powerful enough to work even when you don’t look at the screen? Enter, Fleksy.

Used today by thousands of blind and visually impaired users to type faster and easier than many sighted people, Fleksy is set to revolutionize the way people think about mobile devices and to challenge the traditional barriers in touch-screen typing for everyone.

Featuring Syntellia’s patent pending technologies, Fleksy uses the familiar QWERTY layout, coupled with probably the most powerful text prediction engine out there.

Tap typing, re-invented.

Where can I find out more? 
http://fleksy.com/

 



CapturaTalk

Description

CapturaTalk for Android™ is the new Assistive Technology solution that makes text content accessible and provides literacy support to improve reading and writing skills on Android mobile phones and tablet devices.

By combining OCR (Optical Character Recognition) and text-to-speech, CapturaTalk provides a range of powerful accessibility tools wherever you are, helping you read, write and access information on the go.

  • Take a picture and convert to digital text with OCR
  • Type and listen back with text-to-speech
  • Synchronised colour highlighting of words
  • Translate typed or OCR’d text into over 20 languages
  • Read aloud web, PDF and eBooks with text-to-speech
  • Dictate your words and convert to digital text with Voice Recognition
  • Fully integrated dictionary
  • Save text as audio files for listening back to at a later date
  • Store key words and phrases

CapturaTalk for Android is suitable for people of all ages and abilities and is the perfect support tool to benefit anyone requiring reading and writing support, especially those with dyslexia or learning English as a second language.

Where can I find out more? 
http://www.capturatalk.com/



Evernote Hello

Description

Remembering people is hard. Evernote Hello makes it easy by creating a rich, browsable history of individuals, encounters and shared experiences.

Where can I find out more? 
http://evernote.com/hello/



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