Good Plan for Windows phones will soon become a UWP app

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Good Plan is a Windows phone app that allows students to manage their timetable, organize the tasks they need to complete via a task manager, save their grades and more. This app is one of the top educational apps in the Windows Store. According to the app developer, Good Plan has over 1.4 million active users, with more and more students installing it on their Windows Phones.

The Good Plan app  was first released for the Windows Phone 8.1 OS, and the developer is already upgrading it to a Universal Windows App. In other words, soon enough, you will be able to use this app on any device running Windows 10, including PCs and mobile devices. Raximus, Good Plan’s developer has already released a BETA version of the app, which can be downloaded from the Windows Store.

Keep in mind that the application is in its BETA phase, which means you’ll probably encounter some bugs and issues, but they will be fixed as soon as the developer releases the final version of the app.

According to reports, the final  version of the Good Plan app will be released in about 10 days’ time and once this happens, all users who’ve installed it will receive the update automatically.

Here’s what feature the Good Plan UWP app brings:

  • Auto-sync
  • Grades
  • Notifications
  • Holidays
  • Support for more than 1 person.

If you are a student who doesn’t want to forget school related information, we suggest you to install the application and try it out immediately.

Have you already tested the Good Plan UWP BETA on your mobile device or computer? Tell us more about your experience in the comment section below.

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