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Useful apps for GMAT - Android?

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03 Jan 2012, 14:54
Hey everyone,

As you all probably know, at this point you can study or practice for GMAT on almost all iOS operating systems devices. Unfortunately for most of us who use Android operating system devices, we are kind of left out until somebody develops new apps for Android. But that could happen after we are done with out journey

However, I think that while we cannot use gmatclub's app on Android for now, maybe we should mention here some apps out on Android market that could be helpful towards studying for GMAT. It would be nice if somebody who has used such an app could provide the forum with app's name, description, rating and price if applicable. That way Android users who would like to use smart phones for studying GMAT could get some benefit.

I did check out the market and found one decent application so far. It is more of a vocabulary app that works as flashcards (of provided words), You can track your progress and mark the degree of how familiar you are with the word. It is pretty decent overall, but you will not get some crazy benefit out of it unless you are a non-native speaker who needs to expand his or hers vocabulary. The name of the app is sTutor - GMAT and it is free.
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03 Jan 2012, 15:14
Good idea! There is a 4.99 app called "Official Guide for GMAT Review". Looks like you get 10 questions for each section and then it is $35 for the entire OG12... I've not used it, but looks very interesting. There is also which is free, looks very cool... or "GMAT Timer Full" which is$1.99

There is one called "6 GMAT Practice Tests (Math)" which appear to be practice math sections. Not tried it, but looks cool for \$2.99

I have not used any of these, but they seem to be some of the coolest I see in the app store. Has anyone used any of these or recommend any android apps?

When I was studying, I was using a blackberry... I WISH I had access to some cool apps
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