Student Timetable

Student Timetable

By David Caddy

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2011-02-11
  • Current Version: 1.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 2.08 MB
  • Developer: David Caddy
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.1.1 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    1.5/5 ( 6 Reviews)
  • Price:
    $0.99
Student Timetable App Ratings: 1.5
1.5
Total 6 Reviews

Student Timetable App Description

Student Timetable is a simple and straightforward reference for your school or college timetable. Current day is highlighted so you can quickly find when and where you're meant to be. Add/edit helpful reminder notes for each class, to ensure you know what you need for each lesson. After easily entering your timetable details, Student Timetable will become your 'go-to' guide for knowing when and where your studies take place! Proudly Australian Made. Follow us on Twitter @AppSublime to keep up to date with news and developments. Please Note: Student Timetable was designed to be a quick reference for those with static timetables (the same arrangement of classes every week throughout a semester or year). It is not a yearly planner or calendar app, in which you can schedule many different events over a long period of time.

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Student Timetable App Reviews

  • Do no waste your money

    1
    By N00688804
    There is no value in this app do not even try
  • Exactly what I needed...

    1
    By Open-mynded
    ...too bad it is way to rigid and limited. I am sure it works for what the developer needed for personal use, but I can not see it being useful for anyone else. It is limited to a max of 7 rows (and a minimum of 7 rows!), cannot add add weekends for weekend college classes, and the notes will disappear behind the box below it if you type more than a couple lines (with no way of viewing them or editing them later). And, trying to edit the last few boxes is nearly impossible because the keyboard covers them up except when you specifically click into field and do not scroll. I wish I could get my buck back, but hopefully the developer will apply it to further development.

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