• 1800+ Questions
• Practice Tests
• Quants and Logical Reasoning
• Segregated into topics
• Important formulas for each topic
• Questions of varying difficulty levels
• Solution in detail
It includes 4 modes.
Pocket Aptitude can help you prepare for
- Campus Placements
- CAT, MAT, XAT
- Bank PO, IBPS, Clerk
- GATE, CMAT, MBA
- UPSC, CSAT, IAS
- RRB, Railways
+ Area & Volume
+ Boats & Streams
+ HCF & LCM
+ Mixtures & Alligations
+ Number Series
+ Profit & Loss
+ Pipes & Cisterns
+ Races & Games
+ Ratio & Proportion
+ Surds & Indices
+ Time & Distance
+ Times & Work
Developer : Sasi Dharani
Designer : Yalini Kumaraguru
With accurate scale representation of the Sun, Planets, Moons, Asteroids, Dwarfs and detailed information to the celestial objects.
Use it as educational software for your kids, or regardless if you are a beginner or advanced astronomer, this App brings you closer to the planets than any telescope.
Working great on smartphones and tablets.
★ the Sun, the bright shining star in the center of our Solar System
★ Mercury, the fastest planet orbiting around our Sun
★ Venus, its greenhouse effect produces a surface temperature that would melt lead
★ Earth, the blue oasis and only place filled with life
★ Mars, inspiration for many SciFi films and books
★ Jupiter, the giant, guardian and protector in our neighborhood
★ Saturn, with rings of unique beauty and elegance
★ Uranus, which rolls over its orbit like a bowling ball
★ Neptune, the outermost recognized planet
★ Pluto, one of a new category of dwarf planets
But these are not all objects of this simulator, because so far you do not know Orcus, Varuna, Ceres, Pallas, Haumea and all the other asteroids and dwarf planets. Not to mention Sedna whose orbit is still speculative to science.
Nearly 200 objects are included, but not as static images, rather as living objects in a living universe. Enjoy the Solar System in realtime, in the future or past.
Bring the cosmos to life with an innovative timeslider. Let time take its course, how fast depends on the scale factor of the timeslider. A wipe with your finger and the simulator comes to life.
For a more exiting viewing experience various camera modes are available. Attach the camera to a planet or place it at a fixed location in space and let the celestial bodies pass by, in portrait or landscape mode, whatever you prefer.
And that's still not all. A built in encyclopedia gives you useful information about each object of the simulation, extracted from Wikipedia.
Don't miss this unique viewing experience, there is no easier way to explore the wonderful world beyond our planet.
And if you ever feel "Lost in Space", don't worry, because it's just a simulation.
★ Super smooth UI
★ Nearly 200 simulation objects
★ Simulation of real celestial body distances and dimensions
★ Adjustable simulator time with an innovative timeslider
★ Flexible camera system for a unique viewing experience
★ Portrait and landscape mode
★ Many HD textures, some of original recordings (NASA Voyager, Cassini spacecraft)
★ Many preference options
★ Ephemeris data based on NASA Horizons system
★ Orbit calculations with modified Kepler algorithms
★ Encyclopedia function, the most important information from Wikipedia
Please try Pocket Planets Lite before buying this full version to ensure device compatibility.
If you have any problems please don't hesitate to contact me via email because this is the only way I can help you, thank you.
- Perfect for students to do physics homework quickly and accurately.
- It is suitable for all levels of physics from high school to university.
This app contains the following topics:
- Linear motion
- Constant acceleration motion
- Projectile motion
- Constant circular motion
- Work, power, energy
- Rotary motion
- Oscillatory motion
- Direct current
- Magnetic field
- Altering current
- Hydrogen atom
- Modern physics
More chapters comming soon.
- Perfect for students to do mathematics homework quickly and accurately.
- It is suitable for all levels of mathematics from primary school to university.
This app contains the following topics:
- Mathematical logic
- Expressions and actions
- Average values
- Monotonicity of function
- Derivative of a function
Pocket Mathematics is still in beta version. Some data might be missing. Some chapters are not finished. Some of them are note even started.
More chapters coming soon!
One Hour of Code tutorial: https://pocketcode.org/hourOfCode - for other tutorials see http://catrob.at/i and https://pocketcode.org/tutorial
Pocket Code allows you to create, edit, execute, share, and remix Catrobat programs in a visual, "LEGO-style" programming environment and programming language. You can remix programs that others have made and share them with your friends and the world. With Pocket Code you can up- and download Catrobat programs through the Pocket Code community website at https://pocketcode.org/ --- All Catrobat programs uploaded to this site can be downloaded by anyone under a free open source license to maximize learning, remixing, and sharing them freely.
Catrobat is a visual programming language and set of creativity tools for smartphones, tablets, and mobile browsers. Catrobat and the software developed by the Catrobat team are inspired by the Scratch programming system developed by the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab.
Pocket Code is ideally suited for the Hour of Code during the Computer Science Education Week http://csedweek.org/ organized by code.org, the European Code Week http://codeweek.eu/ as well as Google's "Made with Code" initiative https://www.madewithcode.com/ --- and it also is available on Google Play for Education http://developer.android.com/distribute/googleplay/edu/about.html in Google's Android market.
Catrobat --- http://www.catrobat.org/ and http://developer.catrobat.org/ --- is an independent non-profit project creating free open source software (FOSS) under AGPL and CC-BY-SA licenses. The growing international Catrobat team is entirely composed of volunteers. The results of many of our subprojects will be made available in the months and years to come, e.g., the ability to control more robots, or to create music in an easy and fun way. Currently we are working hard on extending Pocket Code as the next step with a physics engine that is almost ready and will allow you to program in a very easy and fun way your own Angry Bird or Maze types of games.
Please note that Pocket Code currently runs well only on smartphones and tablets with a screen size up to 7".
You can use this mobile app to:
• Know if you are eligible to become a U.S. citizen (naturalize),
• Understand the application process,
• Find legal help, and
• Study for the English and Civics tests.
You can explore any or all of these topics:
Steps to Naturalization: See the requirements and steps to citizenship.
English and Civics Requirements: See if you can be excused from the English and Civics tests.
Physical Presence Calculator: This tool tells you if have been present in the U.S. long enough to be eligible for naturalization.
Study Tools: See the 100 civics questions you may be asked. And use the study tools to practice your English reading and writing.
Find Legal Help: A directory of free and low-cost providers lets you find help to apply for naturalization near you.
Document Checklist: Create your own checklist of things you will need to prepare to apply.
Savings Calculator: Use this tool to know how much money you need to save to pay for any legal and filing fees for your naturalization application.
Immigration Advocates Network and Pro Bono Net created this app with funding from the Knight Foundation and the Silicon Valley Community Foundation.
Learn more about CitizenshipWorks at http://www.citizenshipworks.org or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Immigration Basics: An overview of common immigration issues, including eligibility and document checklists, community education materials, and links to key resources and forms.
- Legal Help Finder: A national directory of nonprofit immigration legal service providers, searchable by location or zip code.
- Immigration News: Daily immigration news and updates, which users can share via social media.
- Trainings and Events: A national calendar of immigration-related trainings and events, including relevant location, registration and contact information.
- Community Poll: Interactive polls on a range of immigration and immigrant integration topics.
- Alerts: Timely alerts on changes to the immigration law, new resources and practice alerts, and outreach and advocacy opportunities.
Immigo is made possible by the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) with support from Verizon and developed in partnership with the Immigration Advocates Network (IAN) and Pro Bono Net.