Learn “Physics, Electronics and Electrical Engineering ” from AI driven coach and satisfy your thirst for knowledge.
App offers bite sized videos, quizzes and AI driven coach to help you become smarter and become great.
Just 60 minutes a week can help you become great in “Physics, Electronics and Electrical Engineering”
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Introduction to PMP
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Principles of Management
Management Information System
Human Resource Management
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Can't open app purchased all 300 apps for $9.99 and won't open. Please fix it!
Great app by layette77
I love this app, its great for beginners through pros. It is very easy to understand and it doesn't go over your head.
O by Olga ggggggg
Not worth to buy. I can not open anything without buying extra in-app app for other $1.99.
Good flash cards by Robin2542
This is not a bad resource for intro physics. It is fairly comprehensive and helpful. There is another app called Physics X, however, that is the same price and has videos and better quizzes.
engineer by kbruff2012
really great / fun way to see what i have remembered or even forgotten...
Blank by MsKrump
The electronic section shows up blank for all categories. I feel ripped-off.
This app rocks by Crispyato
The basics in flash with quizzes and flash cards to boot. Just what I've been looking for to help me make sense of the ridiculously large books I'm working through.
McCain by Rubinshtain
The best reference ap ever.. Love it.
Good app .. slightly misleading by JL's pad
I like the app .. very informative. But found it a little misleading when I realized I had to pay an additional $1.99 to purchase the Electronics portion, when it appeared I was purchasing them both on my original buy. I'm sure I'll get over it :-).
Nice app by Albert/went
I don't know much about physics, this App is awesome.!!!!!.
I like it!!! by Kat611
Easy and accessible fundamentals of basic physics. Even better when combined with the chemistry app. Especially handy for review or general understanding of scientific definitions (example: mass is a numerical measure of an object's inertia). Diagrams and illustrations are colorful and attractive too. All-in-all pretty good app!
Studying for finals by AnnaHagan
I'm trying to study for my finals and every time I try to open this app it crashes. Please fix
Will not load by Jjej16;)
Downloaded the app and it will not load. Wasted $1.99.
Uh... by Grapegirl123
I bought it and it will not download
This app rocks! by DeltaNineStudios
I use this app mainly to look up formulas and keep the old noodle sharp. However, if I were a physics student with limited knowledge, i believe this app would be equally as helpful. This app does a great job of presenting basic physics in a manner that is not overly burdensome to the non-physics major.
I have and will continue to recommend this app to my friends, students and colleagues.
Decent by Christy Wails
Not bad ... Good studying tool for intro physics
Nice! But. by Thebytedoc
I would love highlighting & annotation capabilities! I am really enjoying the app. Thank you.
Unimpressive by Tic'd
You might as well buy a text book and read it.
Love it by immasos
Very Well done!!! by benco5000
I'm a 48 year old tinkerer. I love this app with its large, colorful, and very clear explanations with the equations. The pictures convey more information in one glance than the Oxford Dictionary version!! This is how a reference app needs to be written. Why don't other developers develop this way? Other apps are usually just a rehash of a bunch of words with no diagrams. I don't want to read a novel on conduction. I want a picture that shows me, with a quick formula combination on how to apply it. This app does that and very well!! Thank you... and keep up the good work!! I highly recommend this!!
A quick Reference by Notes For College
I originally regreted buying this app, However i am pleased to see that there are updates comming out for it. I do appreciate the quizzes. I would like to see some more examples maybe with an interactive lesson like an interactive text book or something. Audio would also be nice. I look forward to any future updates