Update to Smarty Attendance Due to K-12 Campus Emergency Plans

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[prMac.com] Washington, District Of Columbia - SmartyShortz LLC released a major update to the company's top rated Smarty Attendance. Updates include moving to cloud based, multi user multi classroom multi school support, improved user experience and more granular reporting.

Smarty Attendance is used in many districts for it's emphasis in emergency lock down situations, giving real time updates on students status as well as long term integrated reports on students attendance behaviors.

Smarty Attendance was originally released in 2012 and quickly became a must have in schools and classrooms but also extended care and after school programs.

"With the growing importance of knowing where a student is on campus's at all time, our real time reporting allows for all faculty to have up to date information at any given time which is proving important on many campus's when they go into "lock down" mode" reports Jill Mikols Etesse, Creative Director and Founder when questioned on why Smarty Attendance has been a critical part of so many K-12 and Day Care campus's new emergency plans.

SmartyShortz apps include: Smarty 1st, Smarty Print, Smarty Cursive, Smarty Pre School Admissions Test Prep, Smarty Attendance, Smarty Wings and Halo's, Smarty Potty Training and the ever popular Smarty Gripper Stylus Pencils mirrored after a #2 pencil with the standard grippers children need to keep the fine motor skills when using touchscreen devices. For more information and research check out the company website.

Device Requirements:
* iOS 4.3 or later
* Compatible with iPad
* 62.5 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Smarty Attendance 1.0.8 is $1.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Education category.

Located in Washington, District Of Columbia, SmartyShortz specializes in the development of educational mobile Apps, particularly on iOS and has been in business since April 2009. Longtime designer Jill Mikols Etesse, previously owner of children's clothing line Tiny Tomatoes, is creating products, that are of the highest educational quality without the hefty price tag. The curriculum development is done with the help of educators along with gaming specialists and graphic designers on staff at the Smarty Shop outside of Washington DC. The developers rely on their own children as Beta Testers. Copyright (C) 2013 SmartyShortz LLC. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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