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iSoton app ensures students show up for lectures on time!

Published: 
16 December 2009
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An iPhone application which acts as a personal assistant for University of Southampton students has received 750 downloads over the last few weeks.

iSoton, designed by ECS Electronic Engineering student Francois-Xavier Beckers, provides a personalized lecture timetable, automatically downloading individual lecture times and locations. Students also have quick access to a campus map of University buildings and lecture theatres and to the city bus schedules.

Francois, who is in his third year in the School of Electronics and Computer Science and comes from Belgium, had the objective of making the application as simple as possible and quick to use. iSoton is free to download from the App Store, and a demo is available on YouTube.

iSoton also has its own Facebook Fan Club.

For further information contact Joyce Lewis; tel.+44(0)23 8059 5453.

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