Jesus Wept. "It crashes after you give a whole bunch of personal information" . . . Right. First, if it doesn't crash on everyone else's device then it's YOUR problem, genius . . . and, secondly, if you had gone to the apparently enormous trouble of reading the two short lines of text that are right there, directly above the "whole bunch of personal information" you're whining about, you would've seen that all profile settings are optional and that you can skip them and go straight to the game. Great review though.
- "What distance does light travel in a year?", answers are in miles. What the **** am I supposed to do with miles? Give me (kilo)meters, please! - App crashes a lot - If you don't know a question, you can pause and unpause, a new question will be given. High chance of chrashing if this is tried - Mostly trivia and not actual formula's or useable stuff
This app is one of my sources in reviewing for our exams and competitions but the problem is one of the question asked: which of the following has the unit of joule? I answered: Work but it is wrong. I know Joule is the unit for Energy also Work.
Good but some silly answers. 'Optimus Prime' is an answer on one of the questions....not proper Physics really. Almost amusing.
Nice app but Galileo invented the telescope not thermometer. Some of the answers are misleading.
Nice app Pretty basic, but good for refreshing material you have not dealt with in a long time.
September 2012: Update for Kitkat.
December 2012: Update for compatibility with nearly all devices: Android gingerbread, ice cream sandwich, and jellybean.