Originally Posted by KaplanEmily
The response from our Development Team:
Hi, thanks for your great question, we're always very happy when we receive new product ideas from students.
While we definitely agree that iPad and mobile study are growing, at the moment our focus is on building successful Qbank apps for Android phones, and then for steps 2 and 3. We'll circle back and make versions that are optimized for larger screens like the iPad and Galaxy when more students use these devices to study. It will happen soon, I have no doubt.
Best of luck on exam day!
Director of Product Development and New Media
How many people work on this? I actually don't think it takes that much effort to get a few more pixels in there. I understand they have to prioritize and are busy, but that is really a let down. If it were on the ipad, I could envision actually using it a lot more. On my phone, it is kind of a time kill but I have a hard time getting the information from it.
Also, something has to be done about that whole window within a window thing on the computer version. I love the references, the medessentials diagrams and all that, but there are some wacky formatting things and it hasn't mattered what computer I've used.