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Description

Pikme helps you manage classes and boost student participation. Use Pikme to 1. Learn names 2. Track attendance and participation, and 3. Pick at random and 4. Generate groups

Import students with Dropbox
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Once linked and logged-in to Dropbox, a sample folder with a class list will be placed in your Dropbox account within Apps folder. Use this template to generate your student data on a computer and import.

Alternatively, create your own ".csv" file:
1. Data resides within your Dropbox under Apps/Pikme.
2. Inside Pikme folder you need a .csv file for student details and a photos folder.
3. The photos folder and the .csv file must posses the same name.
4. You may create a .csv file using MS Excel according to the format provided below.
5. Student photos can be .jpg or .png files with file names exactly matching student IDs.
6. Import student data from Dropbox using Edit function on Pikme
7. Once imported the app saves the data on the phone.

Student Data File Format
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Student Name,ID,email
"Doe, John K",123456789,jd@randomail.com
"Smith, Jane D",012345678,jad@randomail.com

Lead development credits by versions
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Pikme 4.0 Austin Carrig
Pikme 3.0 Joseph La Barck
Pikme 2.0 Sean Banger
Pikme 1.0 Ryan Sikorski

What’s New

Version 4.7

This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple signing certificate.

Dropbox bug fix.

Ratings and Reviews

2.3 out of 5
4 Ratings

4 Ratings

Cucgidgd ,

Shake?!

To pick a random student you must SHAKE your device. This is the only way! Might be ok with an iPhone, but not great for iPad users!!

Rick GG ,

Very simple to use.

I use the app the make random groups and to randomly choose a student. You have to shake your phone in order for it to pick a student. Very simple to use.

aunttammie ,

Doesn’t “pik” anyone!

Unfortunately, the latest version apparently eliminated the essential function...you can no longer pick a random student! All you can do is put students into random groups or mark students absent or tardy. Definitely not worth the time to enter all those names!

App Privacy

The developer, Smitesh Bakrania, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

No Details Provided

The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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