Students Can Now Clarify Doubts through SMS with @2tionPlus App

By Brindaa Lakshmi K|4th Jul 2012
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2tion has tied-up with Intuit ( txtweb ) to launch an innovative service targeting students over mobile. This app called 2tionPlus has been developed by txtWeb in partnership with Edserv. This service has been made available over SMS and as an android app for mobiles and tablets.Any student can clarify their subject doubts by sending a SMS to 9244492444 @2tion <question> and register with their email address to get started. This free service is designed to send an immediate response in a SMS upto 900 characters to the students from the search results. No internet will be required and the service will be provided at the standard SMS charge levied by the service providers. Also, select tutors from 2tion’s database of 30,000 tutors answer the student queries to maximize their learning efforts.

The app has been designed for Android ver2.1 and above as a social networking app for learning with an inbuilt e-book library. The Teach Me button on the app will read out these books in British/American English enabling students to improve their pronunciation. The Digital Whiteboard features enable students to attend tuitions from their tablet while the tutor teaches from their PC. The app also supports video lectures compiled from YouTube andCAANAcademyand organized it according to the Indian school syllabi. CLOUD (Class Lessons on Your Demand) is another feature that enables students to receive notes from students and tutors on demand. Group and circles feature enable group discussions and content share monitored by tutors.

“@2tion got an unimaginable response of more than 42,130 users in 12 days and more than 5068 questions asked during this period. This service is a great boon to students in clarifying their doubts at anytime, anywhere since it is very easy for them to use,” says Sujai.G. Pillai, Founder, Head EdServ Mobile Division.

For more information, log onto http://www.2tionplus.com/

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