After six months of beta testing, Grade Genie removes "Beta" from logo

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After six months of beta testing GradeGenie.com, the executive staff at Grade Genie has removed "beta" from the logo, and considers GradeGenie.com bug free.

Grade Genie today released a statement saying that GradeGenie.com has come out of the "Beta" phase of the website's launch. The statistics on the growth and adoption rate of the website surprised even top executives at Grade Genie.

"We had planned for Grade Genie to be beta tested for more than six months; however, after the extreme growth and adoption rate that we have received, we have decided to take GradeGenie.com out of beta testing," said a spokesperson.

Grade Genie, six months ago, began beta testing GradeGenie.com, with the official launch of the website in late August 2008. The beta testing phase included specific users assigned to test and report bugs. After the site had been under beta testing for six months, all of the bugs were worked out and users began to grasp onto the new and innovative concept which Grade Genie provides.

Error-Free:
"Over the past six months, the Grade Genie team has identified all bugs and addressed them in a timely manner. With the newest release of GradeGenie 2.0, the site has proven to be effective and bug free. Over the past month and a half, GradeGenie.com has seen a growth of over 400%," said a spokesperson.

Educating the Masses:
Part of Grade Genie's official launch included educating the users on how to use Grade Genie. GradeGenie.com has listed in several locations on their website how the website is to be used as a supplement, and not a substitute. Grade Genie believes the first step to creating a powerful online academic community is to educate users on the proper way to use the website.

Creating a More Powerful & Useful Academic Community:
Grade Genie claims through the careful examination of academic integrity & copyright policies, they have created an environment that even the universities are beginning to like. With universities like The University of Missouri - Columbia opening up to the idea of mass collaboration, Grade Genie has become the fastest growing academic tool online. Four main points that Grade Genie says are valuable enough that students should use the website are:

  • Maximize Study Time
  • Efficiently Access & Share Study Notes Online
  • Earn Better Grades
  • Its Free

About Grade Genie:
GradeGenie.com was started in 2006 by a 19 year old student with a mission to offer a free environment conducive to learning through collaboration. GradeGenie.com is based out of Prairie Village, Kansas.

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