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Questionmark Comes to Android OS
Questionmark App for Android lets users access Questionmark Perception online assessments.
Questionmark has brought its mobile assessment app to the Android platform.
Designed to connect students to the Questionmark Perception assessment platform via their Android OS-based handhelds, the Questionmark App for Android lets users access online assessments via their mobile devices (including smart phones and tablets), while the assessments themselves are delivered and processed via the central Questionmark server.
Perception is an assessment management suite for deploying quizzes, exams, surveys, and other forms of assessments. Using the company's auto-sensing technology, the assessments can be delivered in a variety of formats across a wide range of devices. Perception is available in on-premises and hosted configurations.
Additional features of the Android app include:
- Support for 12 languages;
- Institutional branding of the splash screen; and
- Activity and status indicators.
Questionmark App for Android was developed by ATIV Software. It supports Questionmark Perception 5.2 or higher and is available now as a free download from the Android Market. The Questionmark App is also available for iOS devices. Further information is available here.
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