August 4, 2009

Vic Mahfood

Geometry Stash

COST: Free
DESCRIPTION: Education, Math, Native, Reference
..RELEASED: 7/30/09, VERSION: 1.0 -- RATING: 4 Stars..

I guess I am getting a little anxious, but school will be back in session within two weeks. Everyone is gathering supplies, new clothes and backpacks. But what about lesson materials to use before and during the school year? Although some students enjoy Math/Algebra/Geometry, many find these topics difficult. This is where Geometry Stash can help. It is geared solely towards putting geometry formulas in one organized package so that you can readily find the formulas you need to study for an exam, or complete your homework assignment. The features of this app include: landscape and portrait mode, search to narrow down results, descriptive, visual diagrams with each item, and shake to hide/show diagram area. Just enter the first few letters of the formula you are researching, and bingo, Geometry Stash will display it for you along with a handy example and description of how to work this formula. All you need to do is drag your finger to get around the display. I love the simple organization of this app, and it will be a huge help to tutors, teachers and students alike. Don't let your Math assignments get you down when you have Geometry Stash to help you through.

"Access the most commonly-used theorems, postulates and corollaries through Geometry Stash's fluid, clean interface. Drag your finger up and down the list to navigate its contents. Touch the lower textured button to hide/show the diagram and adjust viewing space."

--Note:  This app requires OS 3.0 or later. Rated 4+.
--Tip: Geometry Stash will be offered at no charge until the end of August.
--Languages: English
--Developer: Anson Liu

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