"With more than a hundred thousand applications in the iTunes store, it is phenomenal to be #12 on the "What's Hot" list and I am sure we can do even better" - Sergiy Bulavenko
Redmond, WA (PRWEB) February 19, 2010
GMAT ToolKit, GMAT Club’s application for Apple iPhone® and iPod Touch® is featured by Apple® under the “What’s Hot” list in the US, Canada, and other iTunes Music Stores® as the premiere mobile tool for GMAT preparation. “We’re all very excited here at GMAT Club to see our hard work recognized on a national scale” said Bogdan, Founder of GMAT Club.
Originally released as a simple GMAT Timer in the crowded marketplace of mobile GMAT preparation tools, GMAT ToolKit has gone through an evolution of new features and functionality thanks to overwhelming feedback from users and our commitment to innovation. Over a three-month period, GMAT ToolKit went from a “me-too” application to a leading GMAT mobile tool that consistently holds top spots in the iTunes Music Store and receives accolades from users. “With more than a hundred thousand applications in the iTunes Music Store, it is phenomenal to be #12 on the "What's Hot" list and I am sure we can do even better,” said Sergiy Bulavenko, the GMAT Club partner responsible for Mobile strategy and a current student at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
The latest version of the GMAT ToolKit will enable users to easily add custom content and questions to their iPhone or iPod Touch, significantly expanding test preparation options and moving beyond traditional learning styles. GMAT Club plans to continue developing mobile tools and platforms to deliver value to its community of more than 78,000 members and bring together the social network already in place with innovative tools to build a greater level of interaction and mobility, eventually creating an adaptive social network focused on education.
About GMAT Club
GMAT Club is the leading interactive MBA community that serves as a central point for business school applicants to exchange information, share their experiences, and build upon the successes from years past. With more than 78,000 members and 650,000 posts and articles organized by topic, GMAT Club is committed to developing new tools to help applicants get a great GMAT score and the information they need to build a strong application. GMAT Club is a free and invaluable resource for anyone interested in MBA.
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