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Familiar with these nuances, cerasus.media, a German entertainment software and casual game development company based in Berlin, thought it would be great to embrace the mobile technologies to aid both the aspiring and existing drivers in preparing for the challenge.
Cerasus hired Softeq to tap its mobile expertise and talent for crafting an Android application that would help students master the road regulations and/or acquire special knowledge in driving a selected vehicle type. The application contains the latest official version of test questions (stored in the .csv format database) covering a complete list of vehicle categories randomly displayed to the student.
The app designed to be run on smartphones and tablet devices also works both with the Internet connection available and without it.
Upon completing the training, the students can also take a shot at passing a virtual driving test, which is a simulation.
The application has the following features:
Despite the German mobile application market features a number of similar apps, the mobile driving license app developed by Softeq provides some distinct advantages over the competition thanks to: