DataQuiz: Written iPhone App Review
DataQuiz is the latest release of the “Data Series” for the iPhone and iPod Touch. The goal of DataQuiz is to test you on your military aeronautics. For people who don’t know what aeronautics means, it is essentially aircraft/planes. The app contains over 100 questions about all sorts of military fighters, so if you’re a military or aircraft junkie, this app might be good for you.
DataQuiz separates it’s questions into three different types of categories. These categories are Historical, Technical, and Guess-The-Plane questions. The different categories combine to make a powerful military fighter quiz app. One of the real benefits of the app is that you will learn about aircraft in a fun and engaging format. It’s just one of the several perks included in the app.
The features of the app are pretty good. As I mentioned above, with over 100 questions there is definitely a big knowledge pool that is available to you. Even if you don’t know all the answers, this can be used as an educational app too. The app also has some cool features that make it a more worthwhile purchase. DataQuiz not only records how many answers you have gotten right or wrong, but it also breaks it down by category and percentage. This makes the information a little easier to understand. The app also has a ranking system which is pretty cool in general.
The design of DataQuiz is very crisp and it looks good on your device. The app is optimized for the iPhone 5 as well, so you know you will be supported for awhile. The app also has a guide via a webpage that helps introduce the app to you. It’s a great way to get a feel for the app, so you can get right to the fun of the quiz. DataQuiz is also really easy to use. It has a tab bar design, so navigating the apps pages is simple. Overall the design is well thought out and executed, so a thumbs up to the designers.
The content of the app is really unique too. The app has all sorts of questions. All of the questions are multiple choice, which is a standard quiz format. Questions come in all forms too. For example, Guess The Plane uses pictures of planes, while the History section is text based. So the content of the app is high in quality. I assume the developer will be coming out with updates every now and then.
In total, the app is really well designed, developed, and executed. It comes with iPhone 5 Support, a handful of great content, and a few extra perks that make the download worth it. I would definitely recommend at least checking out the app on the App Store. The developers also have two other apps that will appeal to military aircraft lovers; DataShip, a database of aircraft carriers, and DataFighterX, a database focused on modern combat aircrafts.
DataQuiz is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Requires iOS 6.0 or later. This app is optimized for iPhone 5. A small expedite fee was paid by the developer to speed up the publication of this review.
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