Magic Math

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App Presentation


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Team Members:

Mitt P., 9th; Spencer N. 9th; Timothy (Luke) H. 9th; Savan P. 9th

App Overview


Scoring: 60 points broken down as follows (10 points - originality, 10 points - usefulness, 20 points - a proven need or benefit for the users of this app, 20 points graphic design)

Insert the advertising copy that will be included with your app in the app store. This should be at least 5 paragraphs and must include every single functionality that you have.

Our user is getting a cheat sheet for math formulas for various subjects like Algebra I and II, Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus, and Elementary Math. Our app's layout on our home screen includes these five various subjects on different tabs. If you click on one specific subject, we will have a briefing of that subject. Then, we will have the choice for our user to click on the math formulas for that subject or math tutorials for that subject. The math tutorials will be linked from various channels who have given Magic Math their permission to use their videos. Our goal is to make math as easy as we can for the user.
No, our app does not have any undocumented or hidden features. All of the features we have are the following: home button, information button, five subjects, a how to solve, formulas, and about that subject page. We have documented all of our features that we have in our app on here.
The target audience for this app is middle school and high school students who struggle with math. The creators of Magic Math know how frustrating it is when you do not know how to do your math homework. We want the users of Magic Math to avoid this struggle and conquer their mathematical fears. We want middle and high school students to ace their math class by using our app. The target ends at high school students because we stop at calculus. We do not go any further than calculus.
This app is going to help a lot of kids if it gets published. It is meeting their need of helping them understand math. Many people get frustrated over math. They have a quiz next day and do not understand the math at all. Well, with the tutorials and formulas in our app, the student will understand the math, and he or she may even ace his or her quiz!
Our app is a must download for students struggling with math. The fear of math can be conquered with the use of our app. Math will never be a problem for students if they download our app! Math will and can be made magical with Magic Math!


  • What is my user getting by downloading this app?
Our user is getting a cheat sheet for math formulas for various subjects like Algebra I and II, Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus, and Elementary Math. Our app's layout on our home screen includes these five various subjects on different tabs. If you click on one specific subject, we will have a briefing of that subject. Then, we will have the choice for our user to click on the math formulas for that subject or math tutorials for that subject. The math tutorials will be linked from various channels who have given Magic Math their permission to use their videos. Our goal is to make math as easy as we can for the user.

  • Does your app have undocumented or hidden features? If so, it may be disqualified. Every single feature must be included in the app overview.
No, our app does not have any undocumented or hidden features. All of the features we have are the following: home button, information button, five subjects, a how to solve, formulas, and about that subject page. We have documented all of our features that we have in our app on here.


  • Who is the target audience for this app?
The target audience for this app is middle school and high school students who struggle with math. The creators of Magic Math know how frustrating it is when you do not know how to do your math homework. We want the users of Magic Math to avoid this struggle and conquer their mathematical fears. We want middle and high school students to ace their math class by using our app. The target ends at high school students because we stop at calculus. We do not go any further than calculus.

  • What is the need this app is meeting for that audience?
This app is going to help a lot of kids if it gets published. It is meeting their need of helping them understand math. Many people get frustrated over math. They have a quiz next day and do not understand the math at all. Well, with the tutorials and formulas in our app, the student will understand the math, and he or she may even ace his or her quiz!
Our app is a must download for students struggling with math. The fear of math can be conquered with the use of our app. Math will never be a problem for students if they download our app! Math will and can be made magical with Magic Math!

App Information (10 points)


  • What is the name of your app?
Magic Math
  • Are there other apps in the store with this name?
No
  • What is your byline for the app?
Our byline is "Math can be truly magical if used correctly."

App Functionality (15 points)


Judges will use the online simulator to test for phase 1, but include your app evaluation code here. Every app must have a code.
  • Does your app work as advertised?
Our app does work as advertised. In our app overview, we have named all of our features and functionalities.
  • Is my app just a bundle of various app links or is it really providing some functionality as an app to the user who downloads?
Our app is not a bundle of various app links. We do use videos from Youtube, but they are embedded in the app. They are not only links. Also, we use PDFs for the formulas sheets for the five subjects. Our app is providing functionality to the user who downloads it because the app is going to help the user with math. This app is basically a cheat sheet for students who do not understand math.

  • Is your app just a marketing tool or does it do anything else?
Our app is not just a marketing tool. Our app is a cheat sheet for students who do not understand math. This app will help students understand math, so they can excel in school.
  • Is every part of this app working?
Yes, every part of the app is functional. We are still adding videos, but all the pages and other functions work.

App Evaluation Code:
468-796-426

App Store Submission Questions (15 points)


(if these do not have answers that Apple wants, you may be disqualified on that basis.)
1. Is your app a song or movie or book?
No, our app is not a song, movie, or book.
2. Do you mention anything besides Apple products or another store in your app like Google play or Windows phone?
No, we have not mentioned any other app store.
3. Do you use the same font and font size throughout the document? Do you use title case?
Yes, we do use the same font and do use title case.

Testing

Alpha testers of this product
Remember that every team member must alpha test the app
Name of Alpha Tester
Date of Alpha testing (Make sure the form is turned into the folder)
Savan
2/11/15
Mitt
2/12/15
Luke
3/10/15
Spencer
3/11/15
Beta Testers
Each app should have 2 Beta testers (at a minimum) who have tested their app. This is a person not on your team.
Name of Beta Tester
Date of Beta Testing (Make sure the form is turned into the folder)
Cameron G.
3/27/2015
Jae P.
4/6/2015
4. Does your icon look like apps bundled with the iPhone?
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We will try to create an icon that looks like an app bundled with the iPhone.

5. Do you have any app screens that look like the apple home screen. If so, include a screenshot and explain how it is being used and why it is in the app.
No, we do not have any app screens that resemble the Apple home screen.

Team Responsibilities

Please include any responsibilities of team members. Add additional ones, but these must be included as a minimum. Every team member must have responsibilities.

Members of this team are:
Mitt P., Spencer N. Savan P., Luke H.

Individual Responsibilities

Responsibility
Team Member
Description of Work Accomplished
Project Manager
Mitt
I tell the group what to do long term and make the larger decisions.
Assistant Project Manager
Spencer
I help with design, editing and programming.
Logo Design
Luke
I designed the logo.
Home Screen Design
Mitt
I designed what the home screen will look like.
Wireframe
Spencer
I set up the frame as a "map" of the app
Advertising Copy
Savan

App Questions
Mitt
I answered the questions on the wiki.
Lead Presentation Designer
Spencer
I set the fonts, colors, pictures, and overall style.
Presentation Script
Spencer
I chose what to say within the presentation.
Wiki Page Editor
Spencer/Mitt
Spencer: I finished the charts and answered a few questions.
Mitt: I answered majority of the questions.
Testing Spreadsheet Creator
Luke
I created the spreadsheet in Excel.
HTML page creator
Savan
I created the HTML page in our app.