Check out the coolest new educational app for iPhones!
A few months ago, EduInReview.com posted a review about the Essay Writing Wizard, an iPhone and iPod Touch application that allows students to write their essays on their iPod. The Essay Writing Wizard was created in order to transform the iPod from an organizational study tool to an interactive study tool. In addition to allowing students to write their essays on their iPod, the Essay Writing Wizard allowed students to take notes, review essay definitions and tips, and email their work to a computer. This all sounded pretty good to me, but now, the creators of the Essay Writing Wizard have created something even better. This new product is the Achievers Writing Center.
The Achievers Writing Center combines the benefits of the Essay Writing Wizard, everything you need to develop, organize, and write an excellent college essay, with personal interaction with a professional writing assistant. This assistant provides each student with unlimited support during their writing process. So if you get writer’s block or just can’t think of how to best phrase your idea, the assistant will help you. The Achievers Writing Center also provides assistance with argument development, paragraph sequence, and basic grammar and misspellings.Like the Essay Writing Wizard, the Achievers Writing Center offers iTunes apps for over 30 essay styles, including deductive essays, creative writing, and argumentative essays.
Imagine you’ve been working on your essay, and you think it’s pretty good, but you just can’t get your conclusion down right. Just send it to your advisor, and within 48 hours, you’ll get a response. Or if you aren’t sure which vocabulary word sounds best, you can ask your advisor’s opinion. Each advisor is a living breathing person, not a computer program, so you can take comfort in that.
So, if you need some help writing your next essay, or if you want the ease and convenience of writing your essay while on-the-go, check out the Achievers Writing Center on the iTunes store. Or, if you read this between January 10-17, 2010, check out the free giveaways on the Achievers Writing Center’s website.