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Simple Click allows business presenters and lecturing professors the ability to receive audience feedback right from users with Android phones in the audience.
Presenters can receive audience members' answers from the Simple Click app by going to M-Text.org and register for free use.
Simple Click is an alternative option to iClicker, which is commonly used in college lecture halls.
When posting a question on a slide, presenters and professors can display a real-time graph of audience's responses.
Supported questions are:
1. Multiple Choice
3. True or False
4. Yes or No
5. Free Text
Go to M-Text.org to register and use this service for free when you have a presentation or lecture to give to an audience and want their responses to your questions.
Simple Click is also available on iPhone App Store, BlackBerry App World, and Nokia's Ovi Store. This comprehensive offering should include almost all smartphone owners in your classroom or conference presentation.
Some scenarios for use of Simple Click are:
1. A Political Rally
2. College Classes
3. Conference Presentations
4. Business Shareholders' Meetings
5. Marketing on a Bulletin Board
6. Customer service questions asked at a restaurant food chain.
Please consider purchasing the "Presenter's Manager" app which allows you to view audience feedback right on your Android phone. Users of "Presenter's Manager" can email themselves a spreadsheet file of all the answers from the audience for each question, including answers in free text.
The "Presenter's Manager" could be useful to an entire staff for a political candidate or a business presenter who wants to see the submitted answers on their Android where ever they travel.
Please send any questions to email@example.com .
Simple Click is for communication, business, education, marketing, and government. There is no charge to use the audience feedback system at M-Text.org .
Simple Click is a software solution for clicker remotes, which are expensive hardware based solutions .
Please visit us online at www.M-Text.org .