FAB issue 05 May 2015 - Page 32


Snapsolve (Free)

When I was at school, homework was generally fitted in during morning break or lunch before a lesson, usually in a panic. In 2015, students can simply take a cameraphone snap of their homework and get help from a remote tutor. The theory is that people will pay for harder solutions and mentoring. Give it a year or two, and I’ll probably be using it to keep up with my (eight year-old) son’s homework...


Dingo (Free)

Like Twickets, Dingo aims to help fans buy and sell unwanted concert tickets at face value – initially in London. It connects buyers and sellers with chat and handles the payment side of things – including delaying transfer until the ticket has been verified.