"Gradr" iPhone app

Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by gizabo, Sep 5, 2009.

  1. gizabo macrumors regular

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    Hey all...

    Just wanted to post my new iPhone app which will look cool to you if your either a teacher or a college student...

    Its called Gradr (click here to view in itunes). Its going to be free until the 9th, so hurry up and get it now! After that, it will be $.99

    Just check it out, its not the most amazing, most sophisticated and the most "fun" app, but its... okay... lol

    what do you guys think of it? any suggestions or comments?
     
  2. gizabo thread starter macrumors regular

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    Just wanted to update that the App is doing good

    It has sold 75 FREE copies in its first four days. Better than I thought :eek:

    It is now $.99

    Thanks for downloading it!
     
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  4. Pika macrumors 68000

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    No... it's F-
     
  5. KathyHR macrumors newbie

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    I like the idea behind your app, but I have a few suggestions. I am a teacher, and it would be helpful to me if your app could simply have a chart that shows, if there are X number of total problems, what grade percent is given if the student gets X number wrong. You should not have to input the amount of possible problems each time; this should remain consistent until you change it.

    Also, please don't list the letter grade along with the percentile. My private school fluctuates their letter grades from year to year. (For example, it used to be that 94-100 was an A, but now it is 92 to 100). The public school system for our county also recently adjusted their letter grades (now 90-100 is an A in that system). Since letter grades fluctuate from school to school and year to year, they should not be automatically included with your percentages.

    I hope you don't mind me sharing my thoughts. These changes could be implemented as options, at least, for folks who want them. I hope you will consider these suggestions.

    Thank you!

    Kathy Rickwald
     

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