George Burgess releases GeoRev 1.0 - iPhone App for Geography Revision

December 1, 2009 in Education (E)

[] London, United Kingdom - George Burgess, an A-level pupil at St Paul's School, London has released a Geography GCSE revision application for the iPhone and iPod Touch. On 24th November, 2009 the application was made available for sale on Apple's iTunes application store.

The app, GeoRev, is designed to help students revise for their Geography GCSE exam and consists of 600 multiple-choice questions. These questions are separated into 15 topic areas with both foundation and higher tier options. The topic areas aim to incorporate the majority of material required by major exam boards.

The app can also be used by users who want to test their general Geographical knowledge, or those taking exams in other countries. GeoRev is the first of many revision apps Burgess will produce as part of his business EducationApps. The business aims to produce high quality education applications for the iPhone and iPod touch which help pupils to learn and revise for exams.

Burgess outsourced the development of the application. The 600 questions were written by Will Williams, Head of Geography at St Paul's, and Burgess himself.

Device Requirements:
* iPhone or iPod Touch 3.0 or later

Pricing and Availability:
GeoRev is available for just 0.59 until 1st January 2010. It can easily be found on the iTunes application store by searching GeoRev or 'Geography revision'. Graphics can be provided on request. George Burgess is also available for further comment.

EducationApps produces high quality learning and revision mobile applications for students. It was started by a student, for students. For more information, please visit our website. Copyright (C) 2009 EducationApps. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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