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Sow Study Aid

A study partner powered by Quizlet and AI

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Sow Study Aid reinvents how you study your Quizlet flashcards. Studying is controlled through voice, allowing you to study missed cards, start the deck over, ask for a hint and much more. With intuitive music, gifs, and sounds that are reactive to how you respond to the app, Sow Study Aid is the closest thing to studying with a friend.

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Clark

Software for your tutoring business

Clark is software for your tutoring business. Put the power of a tutoring center in the palm of your hand.

Shashwat Pradhan- CEO/Founder @emberify
Built by Megan & her team, saw this on Planet of the Apps
The74million
Growing up in the San Francisco Bay area, Megan O'Connor saw firsthand how difficult it was for her mother, a public school teacher, to single-handedly make ends meet for her family. Her mom took on a second job that allowed her to continue her love of teaching: private tutoring.
TechCrunch
It's hard to be a tutor. For one thing, many educators don't have time for extracurricular teaching, even while they might need to bolster their paychecks. Most schools prohibit teachers from tutoring children in the school systems in which they work, too, making it difficult to connect with families needing help.
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Socratic App

Take a picture of homework, and learn what you need

Olivia Lin- Growth and Operations Lead, Socratic
Students take a photo of a homework question and can get help in all subjects. Useful for college freshmen if they need a refresher on math/science topics that carry over from high school. P.S. I work at Socratic and wish I had this when I was in high school, so I may be biased :P
The Verge
A little confession from me. I was homeschooled (that's not the confession part), and in 8th grade my algebra textbook had the answers to half the problems in the back. And when I was stumped, I would cheat. Sorry, mom!
Digital Trends
The days when students have to flip through textbooks to find solutions to homework problems may soon be coming to an end. Rather, they will be taking pictures with their smartphones to feed problems into an artificially intelligent app if Socratic has its way.
Android Police - Android News, Apps, Games, Phones, Tablets
Socratic was launched for Android on May 2nd, but it has been on iOS under the name Homework Genius since last year. It has a pretty interesting premise: you take pictures of your homework, and it tells you about the topic and provides answers. How well does it actually work, though?
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Photomath

Solve Math equations by using your mobile in real time

St3ve
Great product!
Nicholas Sheriff- Founder, Sheriff Ventures
It doesn't just "solve" a math problem using computer vision it takes stigma, fear and bias around mathematics that a lot of students can relate to and it becomes a fun math teacher that fits in your pocket and wants to help you win without much effort.
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UNSHAKESPEARE

To semanticate(simplify reading) or not,that is the question

Every worthy literature that you read online expects you have to have a decent vocabulary. Unshakespeare makes this learning feel more intuitive and seamless. With inline meanings of words and idioms, it makes reading simpler and satisfying. As a secondary feature, it cleans up all the noise surrounding the content, making it distraction-free.

Medium
Sunday, 11:30 AM - Its early morning and I've just risen from the dead. I see dad sitting on his armchair shuffling some books. He has his second cup of tea and the newspaper by his side. Dad: "Morning, duffer.
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GradePoint

For students who love to know how they're doing in school

GradePoint is an application to help students easily keep track of their progress in school.

Medium
I just recently released my first iOS app to the App Store (yay!) and in the process, I've learned some things, a lot of things, which maybe someone reading might find helpful. Wait, what app? Let me quickly plug my completely free app, called GradePoint which is what this article will be discussing.
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