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The Chaos - an Ode to English Pronunciation

Free
This app is all about a poem called The Chaos which is a kind of ode to English pronunciation. The poem presents the unpredictability of English pronunciation is an ironic way showing that a certain letter combination may as well have a few different pronunciations. The starting page of the app has 17 tiles. By tapping one of the tiles, the user gets to the corresponding stanza of the poem and it reads it out.

Quadratic Equation Solver

Free
The purpose of this application is to help high school students or perhaps elementary pupils studying mathematics with Quadratic Equation. All they need to do is assign a value to A, B, C and then click the Count button which displays the results for them.

Noughts and Crosses

Free
This is a logical game similar to Tic Tac Toe, but with a 5 x 5 grid instead of a 3 x 3. One can play alone by tapping the Rnd button, or with somebody else. There are always two players: player O and player X. The winner is the one who can first put 5 Xs or 5 Os side by side horizontally / vertically or diagonally.

English for Business

Free
This Windows Store Application helps the user practice some business English related words by using the flash card method. The starting page of the app shows the different flash cards the user can choose from. There are twenty altogether. By clicking or tapping one of the cards the user gets to the corresponding page showing a definition in the middle and the user should click or tap the correct business term corresponding to the definition. Provided that the user clicks or taps the correct business term the background colour of it turns green, otherwise red indicating the wrong answer. Each page of my application supports all orientations and views: landscape, portrait, landscape-flipped, portrait-flipped, snapped and filled.

Universal Converter

Free
This is a simple temperature scale, metric and volume unit converter. The user should assign a value to the unit of temperature, length and volume, choose the direction of the conversion and tap the Convert button to show the result.

Rock, Paper, Scissors

Free
Rock breaks scissors. Paper covers rock. Scissors cut paper.

English Grammar Exercises

Free
The starting page of my app shows the different grammatical topics the user can choose from. There are 12 topics altogether each with 24 questions. By clicking on one of the topics, the user gets to the corresponding multiple choice page. The user can enter the username, but that is not necessary to complete the given test. There are three options after each question and the user should choose the correct answers. After checking the one the user thinks is correct, there is a Click to Check button at the end of each test which shows the scores the user got and the whole corrected test so that the user can easily see and find where he/she went wrong.

Touch Based Calculator

Free
This calculator has been especially designed for the use of the modern UI platform. It has all the basic functions and operators, including some extras such as square/cube root/power. It does support all the orientations and rotations: fullscreen-landscape, fullscreen-portrait, landscape-flipped, portrait-flipped, filled, snapped and split views.

Solo Poker

Free
Poker Solitaire is played on a five by five board. The deck of cards is shuffled, and you draw one card from the deck at a time and place it anywhere on the board. Your goal is to make each column, row, and diagonal row form the best possible poker hand. Special thanks to Michael Moncur author of Teach Yourself JavaScript in 24 Hours from whose book I learned how to make a game like this.

Irregular Verb Groups

Free
The starting page of my app shows the different groups of the irregular verbs the user can choose from. There are 6 groups altogether. By clicking on one of the groups, the user gets to the corresponding page containing the verbs of that group. The aim of this app is to show the learners of English that there is a certain regularity in the way the three forms of the irregular verbs are actually formed.

English Word Building Exercises

Free
The starting page of my app shows the different word building exercises the user can choose from. There are 4 exercises altogether each with 10-20 questions. By clicking on one of the exercises, the user gets to the corresponding multiple choice page. The user can enter the username, but that is not necessary to complete the given test. There are 4-7 options after each question and the user should choose the correct answers. After checking the one the user thinks is correct, there is a Click to Check button at the end of each test which shows the scores the user got and the whole corrected test so that the user can easily see and find where they went wrong.

English Verb Form Exercises

Free
The starting page of my app shows the different English verb form exercises the user can choose from. There are 4 exercises altogether each with 15 - 24 questions. By clicking on one of the exercises, the user gets to the corresponding multiple choice page. The user can enter the user-name, but that is not necessary to complete the given test. There are 2 - 3 options after each question and the user should choose the correct answers. After checking the one the user thinks is correct, there is a Click to Check button at the end of each test which shows the scores the user got and the whole corrected test so that the user can easily see and find where they went wrong.

English Phrasal Verbs

Free
The starting page of my app shows the different pages containing English phrasal verbs in alphabetic order. Each page contains fifteen phrasal verbs except for page 5 which contains five. By clicking or tapping one of the pages, the user gets to the corresponding page of the app. There is a definition for each phrasal verb, explaining the meaning of it and there are 3 options after each definition and the user should choose the correct phrasal verb. After checking or tapping the one the user thinks is correct, a small dialog box appears to indicate whether it's right or wrong.