Remind: School Communication

Remind: School Communication

By remind101

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2012-05-03
  • Current Version: 9.15
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 114.53 MB
  • Developer: remind101
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 5
5
From 216,665 Ratings

Description

Remind is a communication platform that helps every student succeed. Whether you're in the classroom, at home, or anywhere in between, Remind makes it easy to stay connected to your school community. * Communicate in real time—on any device. * Keep personal contact information private. * Translate messages into more than 85 languages. * Share files, photos, and content from your favorite sites. Join more than 27 million educators, students, and parents using Remind to manage school communication and make time for what's important.

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Reviews

  • Genivive mother

    5
    By Genivives mummy
    I absolutely love this app best thing to contact all her teaches at the school photos and all
  • Vzw charge

    1
    By Sammi2726
    Not happy that verizon will be charging for this app
  • Verizion wireless charge

    5
    By TecGuy77
    The app is used for education Verizon wireless should provided at no charge just like Comcast provides Internet and DIRECTV provides television to school
  • Shame On Verizon

    4
    By Hoops31
    I love using Remind. However without Verizon allowing messages it won’t be as useful.
  • Bug galore with Verizon

    3
    By Majestic_Cow652
    I love using remind and it’s a great tool for school. I love when my teachers use it because it helps out. However, with Verizon the free texts will not be going through and I have to use the app instead. When I turn the “badges” on in the settings it says that I have 22 but when I go into the app I have 0 new messages. I want to know if I have a remind to look at but I can’t because the number is already in the twenties. I need some help soon!!! Thanks
  • Teacher

    5
    By Mrs. Carman
    Love how Remind helps keep the lines of communication open with my parents. The parents love the ease to which they receive notifications and can respond when needed. Many use it to inform me of their child’s absence from school or to ask questions about homework and upcoming school events. It has become such a useful tool that every single teacher in our school utilizes Remind. In fact, so do all the coaches and even my church groups now.
  • Does its job but

    3
    By Khuggz
    Cannot get rid of previous notifications, app constantly says I have 39 notifications on icon.
  • Great way to communicate

    5
    By Lovehorse365
    Love this way to communicate
  • Excuses

    1
    By JustCallMeArt
    This is a great app I would totally give it 5 stars but I'm not because with this app my teachers have easy access to communication with me and that means my parents as well. Due to all of this I have a 0% of a working excuse unless I'm dead which honestly is what school does to your insides but that "isn't school's goal" it's really to make everyone learn the exact same way and basically treat everyone as paper and teachers are the pens. So remind developers can you fix the stupid school system with your amazing communication capabilities? And don't give an excuse, you made them impossible😁
  • Great Communicator with Some Limitations

    4
    By 3DolceGirls
    I have been using this app for three years with my middle school students and parents. Overall, it works very well for quick notifications for tests, a quiz, or homework. However, I’ve found the area to compose your message is limited. The space does not allow for a list/items, multiple dates, and/or descriptions. Sending each item can make for one’s cell phone to be ringing like crazy. Granted, if I needed to send a full email I could. For the teachers that are trying to cleverly hook/get their students attention, I feel more messaging space is needed. Parents have been super excited about the app and the more students who have access to a smart phone, iPod, etc. the more engaged they are. The result is independent and responsible learners.

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