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Atlanta, GA, United States, 2008/07/16 - Cram a new mobile educational tool, helps students study on the go. Cram allows students to create, share, and import tests on their phone. Students can use Cram when waiting in line, waiting for the bus, or even when bored.
SimpleLeap Software, LLC, today announced the release of their new educational application, Cram. Cram is an application that allows users to create, share, import, and study for tests on the go, using their BlackBerry mobile device. Cram boasts features that give test takers the power to create study guides, track their progress with tests reports, and the flexibility to create tests on their phone.
“At SimpleLeap we wanted to create an application that would give students the competitive edge when heading back to school.” says Patrick Chukwura, Co-Founder of SimpleLeap Software. “We understand it is a challenge being a successful student today and students need tools that always work, fit into their budget, are easy to use, and that can help lighten the load of their busy schedules.
We believe Cram is just that tool. It literally takes minutes to create a test, take the test, and get a score back, with detailed reports that highlight your problematic test areas, instantly.”
Cram is designed for students searching for a better way to study. Cram eliminates the need to lug heavy books and notes around and allows users to study whenever, wherever. Cram's easy-to-use interface, random question order setting, and automatic saves during test creation and editing are all sure to be crowd pleasers for BlackBerry Cram users. SimpleLeap also intends to release the iPhone version of Cram soon.
Device & System Requirements
Cram requires a handheld device running BlackBerry OS 4.2 or later. Users must use BlackBerry Desktop software when not performing an over-the-air (OTA) installation and download Cram from the website.
Pricing & Availability
SimpleLeap Software's new Cram Version 1.0 for the Blackberry is available to the public on Monday, July 14, 2008 for a free fourteen (14) day trial, during which the full functionality of the application is available. Cram is also available to purchase for only $19 (US) through the SimpleLeap Software website and other online stores. Cram will soon be available to iPhone users.
About SimpleLeap Software
Atlanta, Georgia based SimpleLeap Software (simpleleap.com) focuses on developing mobile software that perfectly suits students, teams, business moguls, the average Joe, or anyone else in between. SimpleLeap promises useful, beautiful, and simple applications, period.
Submitted by Ashli Norton, Skytorch (Skytorch .com / P: 800-933-6915) on behalf of SimpleLeap Software, LLC.