Its good app Good app! :) im on my p1 licence && going 4 my p2 this week... this app is helping me remember any rules or sign meanings that I have 4gotten... wud b awesome if u guys had a practice DQT on here :(
Improvement needed For Australia tests. Although downsizing the size of the website into an app might seem a good idea - it makes many of the thumbnail images (signs) almost impossible to make out or read properly on mobile phone devices. The website versions are just fine. They haven't been adjusted with enough forethought to suit the apps for mobiles. An option to touch the thumbnail so a large image overlays the question so the image referred to can be clearly viewed, then touch to minimise the image back down so the question can now be answered. Also, there are a number of missing images (signs) referred to in questions which means we have no idea which answer to provide as there is no image(sign) to refer to. Developers need to do the tests on mobiles themselves to uncover the issues and see for themselves the trouble that users are having via mobile apps. I am sure that it will help refine what is in essence a good app. Just needs that tweaking and refining. A good thorough going proofing via apps and website too.
... The questions and layout are fairly good but I cannot see signs or diagrams Samsung galaxy s3
Ok. Hard to see a lot of stuff though Has questions based on pictures and diagrams that are too small by far. There really needs to be a way of zooming. Also, sometimes important information is in white text on fluorescent light green background. I find that very hard to read, myself.
No hazard perception test. There's a way better app out there, has every question imaginable, many taken from RTA etc. Practice tests. Needs HPT questions (both theory and prac).
Has major faults Questions about Sydney and light rail should not appear in a Tasmanian test. Pictures can't be resized and the screen won't rotate to make them larger making most too small. Diagrams and questions should be the same as at service tas; it just makes sense. Explanations as to why correct answers are the safest options would also be good.