The release of Subjects on iPad is a boon for students, offering a comprehensive suite of tools designed to simplify and streamline their academic routine within a digital space. It allows users to view their class schedules at a glance, receive crucial notifications, keep track of assignments, and foster collaboration with classmates and educators. These features have been meticulously refined to fully leverage the larger display of the iPad.
On the iPad, students can comfortably browse the calendar with their class schedule and simultaneously access the sidebar featuring their subjects and homework list. The ability to add widgets to the home screen provides quick access to classes, grades, and reports, with over 25 widget options available. Additionally, iPhone users of Subjects can enjoy features like Live Activities and support for Dynamic Island on the 14 Pro models.
Subjects also offers functionalities like the ability to categorize assignments by subject, grade tracking for each assignment, GPA calculation, and monitoring of academic progress. A specialized version of the app, designed specifically for teachers, is slated for release later this year.
Subjects is now available for download on the App Store with a free one-week trial. The app requires a subscription of $1.99 per month or $9.99 per year, granting access to both the iPhone and iPad versions.
Alongside Subjects, the Taskheat app provides comprehensive task management with advanced to-do lists and flowcharts. The app allows users to trace the connections between their tasks, set notifications for each assignment, and organize them by colors and tags.
As a universal app, Taskheat is designed to work seamlessly across iPhone, iPad, and Mac. Users can take advantage of a free 14-day trial before purchasing the full version for a lifetime at $14.99.