07/30/2012 (press release: WeDunno) // Seattle, WA, United States // Daniel Pasos
Students are getting better grades by capturing “brainslaps”, things they want to remember to look up later, and focusing their attention back on what they are doing. Dunno, an iOS and Mac app, captures these brainslaps and delivers a complete research from everything that has been published online.
Quick notes, names, and questions deliver back webpages, videos, podcasts, tweets, blogs, social networks and even songs in just a matter of minutes.
Students on both App Stores are already sharing what they think; “This is a great research tool and is especially helpful for a student in high school!” – Adanbro, “Being a year 12 student, this will definately come in handy!” – Julia Basell, “I absolutely love this app! As a high school student, I find this tool extremely useful when it comes to research papers and projects.”- Ryan Halfyard
Not everyone using Dunno is a student. Business people, architects and journalists alike are using Dunno to capture brainslaps and get a job well done.
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Co-Founder of Dunno
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