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Important Update for iAccu Available

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As of today, you can grab a new and improved version of iAccu from the Apple App Store. Actually, you will find that the version that you have currently installed on your iPhone or iPod Touch will no longer work; this is due to a major update that was released for iAccu and Accudemia at the same time.

If you didn’t downloaded the Update from the App Store, this is a good time for doing so.

What’s New?

The major change you will notice is in terms of responsiveness; the performance was greatly improved to allow users to handle much more data than before. While you’re syncing with Accudemia, you will have a good visual feedback about what’s going on in the background too (see pic). Also, you can now view the session log, or just who’s signed in, and sign them out right from the application!

Another thing is that as of today, you can configure auto sign-out options as you do in Accudemia. Let’s say you don’t want students to be in for more than 45 minutes, OK, then just go to settings and enter 45’ as the max amount of time they can be in; after that time has elapsed, the student will be automatically signed-out. You can do the same if you don’t want students to have to sign-out manually; enter the time they will be in, and forget about signing-out the students!.

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