You never quite know where the content business will take you, and with our Founder Ted Chan’s enthusiasm for cycling, maybe it’s not a surprise that we would end up in the business.
We recently released an app for aspiring indoor cycling instructors to learn relevant information.
Ted also launched a site called Bike Tour Buzz, which provides bike tour reviews, information, and a destination guide.
And of course, our sister language learning app Noyo.com has some great cycling and outdoor images!
You can find our apps on one of favorite devices, the Barnes and Nobles Nook. Due to a quirk in the developer account creation process, we’re listed under our erstwhile founder Ted Chan’s name. Just click here to see our full portfolio of apps.
Some of our customers ask us for a full-fledged EMT review course. We suggested EMT Exam Ace, which provides a detailed EMT certification prep course. Give it shot. You can use the code EMTPASS for $10 off.
Study on, everyone!
We have a mission of promoting free and low-cost educational models, so we are collaborating with PracticeQuiz.com, a site that provides free prep test review materials. We’ve loaned them some questions sets from exams we’re not longer supporting.
we are pleased to announce that Noyo, the sister company of Upward Mobility, has released it’s first product into the iPad and Android Tablet education markets.
Noyo Spanish Vocab Builder – Beginner features over 1800 vocabulary words, beautifully depicted in nearly 200 charming illustrations, each word voiced by a professional voice artist and native Spanish speaker.
Noyo is available for $7.99 on iTunes for iPad, and for all Android tablets on the Android Market and the Amazon App Store
December 21, 2011 4:09 pm
The American Animal Hospital Association mentions Upward Mobility’s VTNE Veterinary Technician Exam Prep app (Android, iOS) in a Trends Today post about Veterninary Apps.
VTNE Exam Prep by Upward Mobility remains the best selling, best rated practice quiz app for the Veterinary Technician National Exam!
Ted Chan, the founder of Upward Mobility, was one of the three experts chosen by Nextgov, the federal IT community, to judge 12 government released apps for effectiveness, functionality, and design.
See the results at Nextgov’s Expert Perspectives site!