Thursday, February 28, 2013
The wait is finally over. Stick Pick, the popular iOS teacher-tool app, is finally available for Android tablets and smartphones. Since Stick Pick first became available in the iTunes app store back in June, 2011, over 25,000 users have found it to be among their most useful classroom apps. In addition to being an Apple "Staff Pick" for a few weeks last year, Stick Pick has been, and continues to be among Apple's "Top 100" Education apps. Presently, it's featured in a special "Instructional Tools" section on iTunes, providing precious exposure. Stick Pick's user base continues to grow. On average, Stick Pick acquires anywhere from 1,000 - 2,000 new users per month. News of the app spreads via word of mouth, through social media outlets, blogs, and at conferences, staff meetings, and presentations around the world.
In addition to its release on the Google play store, Stick Pick is also coming to the Amazon Marketplace later this week.
Currently, Stick Pick is under review at Apple for its much needed iPad update, an update that will take advantage of the iPad's larger screen. Users who have already purchased Stick Pick will automatically receive the app on their iPads.
Posted by Buzz Garwood at 1:48 AM