Classes: A Different Approach to Your Timetable
I’ve titled this post “Classes: A Different Approach to Your Timetable” for a very good reason. This different approach that I talk about is its barebones nature. The Classes app is not for the iOS power user. In fact, it is quite the opposite.
Like iStudiez Pro, Classes first identifies the days classes. However, unlike the previously mentioned app, that’s about it. From this screen, you can add a new class, flick through days, and view a weekly timetable in the landscape orientation.
Unfortunately, Classes misses a few features that really come in handy. For starters, a calendar is non-existent. It is almost impossible to view classes more than a few days in advance, and the only way to see which exams are coming up and when are assignments are due is through the list view in each respective section. There is also no way to view all the classes for a subject, or your teachers’ contact details.
Overall, Classes should be used if all you’re looking for is the day’s classes. It doesn’t have much use beyond that. User beware.
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About Katie WalkerHey, I'm a student. I'm into web development, so currently I'm working on my blog, a few Tumblr themes, and a few web apps for various purposes. It's exciting stuff.
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