Mobile Computing

Quick Key Mobile Releases Scanner App for Android Devices

Quick Key Mobile has released an Android version of its mobile scanning app. Quick Key is a mobile assessment tool that transforms mobile phone and tablets into optical scanners to grade quizzes, tests and surveys. The app is designed to eliminates hand-grading of assignments, even for teachers working in paper-based classrooms without access to computers or Internet. Teachers can also run analytics on their mobile devices and upload data to their school’s electronic grade book. The Android app has all the same capabilities as the previously released iOS version.

The company has also added features to its Quick Key Pro and Pro Website apps, including expanded student tracking, the ability to create custom student IDs, a new Quiz Builder that lets users write and print quizzes, and a way to form teams and share quizzes with other Quick Key Mobile users. 

The complete Quick Key Mobile solution is free for educators and schools performing occasional assessments. The company also offers a Quick Key Pro subscription option for users who frequently use the app, and a Site license plan for organizations that manage assessments at the institutional level.

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Christopher Piehler is the former editor-in-chief of THE Journal.