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I was introduced by a friend who sent a link to the Middle East geography quiz. I took it and explored from there, eventually playing so much on my computer I decided to look for the app for my tablet. I started out with the paid version because I’d already played enough to know it was worth it for me. I love how many options there are and that I can pick and choose where to focus, when to add more, when to review, and whether to be in the learn mode or the quiz mode. I’ve made great progress in learning all the countries in the world. I’m working on capitals and states/provinces/regions as well as predominant physical features. It’s really made me notice how frequently places are mentioned in the news or in stories or just in passing. I don’t know that it’s much hurt my comprehension to not know exactly where the place being mentioned was, or what surrounded it, but it has added depth and context to my understanding now that I do know where things are happening and how those places relate to nearby or distant places where other things are happening. Great app! Not sure how often it updates, and I do find it odd that the free version I was playing on my computer has at least one quiz (identify the US states by shape) that does not appear in the paid for version. I would have thought they’d be the same, or that the paid version would offer more options if there was a difference. That’s my only negative thus far.
Even though I am am adult and went through years of schooling, I still struggle a lot with basic geography. I have a hard time remembering where states and countries are located in relation to one another which makes it hard to understand current events and history. I also remember less well where people are from since I don’t contextualize it well. This app has already greatly improved my knowledge of US geography and I am looking forward to seeing improvements in my knowledge of the rest of the world as well. For the first time I feel that learning this information is possible for me.
First off, this app is great and has helped me reach my goal of memorizing where every country is on the map as well as to identify every country’s flag. The only thing that I feel could be improved is the variety of ways in which the knowledge of countries’ location/flags is assessed. Currently, a country’s name pops up and you have to locate it on the map or locate its flag out of a grid of many flags. However, due to the process of elimination, I feel that this method of learning the countries’ location and flag does not necessarily guarantee mastery. In order to truly know any given country’s location and flag, one must be able to name the country from memory when given either its location on a map or a flag. Thus, this issue could be resolved by adding a feature in which users may type out a country’s name from a highlighted country on a map or type out a country’s name after being shown its flag. I feel that this process of learning, focused on production from memory, requires a different mindset than the current recognition method employed by the app. While I do not believe that the current method of assessment should be removed, the addition of another way to test one’s knowledge of countries’ flags and locations (typing out the country’s name given its flag/location) would be very beneficial and greatly appreciated among the users of your app. Thank you so much!
It’s not terrible. I’ve had fun playing the app and I’ve learned a lot. I admit, before I downloaded I didn’t know anything about where the states were or where half the countries of Europe were located on a map (or that they existed!) I’m definitely fond of the fact you included cities of Massachusetts, as I’m from there and enjoyed remembering each town. However, in regards to that, I would have like to be able to customize a quiz for MA with more cities than offered. That goes for all maps. It wouldn’t be impossible to make a feature where we add our own locations because you have all the political borders. It would be difficult to screw up. Also, it would be nice to be able to alter how sensitive the screen is. I’m tired of miss clicking things and then having to restart due to no fault of my own knowledge. You have to go a ton of zooming and swiping in this app so it would just make it a lot more user friendly.
Yes, I know it's not even mid-January. Pros: • Very easy to use. I finally learned all the countries of Africa, the Balkans, the Lesser Antilles (sort of), and other difficult spots. • Tons of stuff to learn. I never even knew there was a Norwegian Sea. • Love the "Learn" and "Test" features. Cons: • The Caribbean states and territories are hidden waaaaaay down at the bottom of the North America list, under things like "Minor Saskatchewan Villages" and "Puddles of Detroit." Please make this easier to find. • I still haven't found out where to learn the South Pacific island nations. Hmm, Australasia? Nope. Asia? Nope. The only place I've seen to learn them is on the "153 UN States" which is too late 'cause I'm already testing myself on the rest of the world. Is that Nauru or Tonga? Oops, you got it wrong! • The app seems hypersensitive to tapping, and likes to ding me when I'm zooming in on smaller states. This evening it actually dinged me for Iran when I wasn't even touching the screen! I've actually quit tests to restart when it thinks I've tapped on Benin when I was actually tapping Guatemala.
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Seterra Geography (full) has 470 user reviews.
Seterra Geography (full) has an average rating of 4.8.
The latest version of Seterra Geography (full) (2.1.0) was released on Jan 14, 2020.
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This is the full version of Seterra with no ads or in-app purchases.
Seterra Map Quiz - What's Your World Geography IQ?
Whether you're studying for final exams or Final Jeopardy, Seterra has the geography category covered. The popular online and desktop based map quiz classic that has been entertaining and educating geography buffs ages 8-88 for more than 20 years has gone mobile.
the world or conquer it one region at a time. The app includes 300+ different games to test your map skills. Learn to distinguish Tasmania from Tanzania and France's bleu, blanc, rouge flag from Russia's white, blue and red stripes. Cities, countries, capitals, continents and bodies of water are all in the mix. Pinpoint Kilimanjaro and Mount McKinley in the mountains test or discover exotic islands in the far flung reaches of the globe when trying the world islands quiz.
Those who are little rusty on their U.S. state capitals or vague on the current status and existence of those pesky "istans" can browse categories and shore up their knowledge base using the Learn Mode. When ready to test their memory, an interactive map identification task is just a click away.
• Identify continents and the locations of countries within each
• Find states, territories, provinces, and their capitals
• Discover oceans, seas and rivers across the globe
• Explore mountain ranges and volcanos
• Match flags to the right country
• Locate the world's 25 largest cities
• Zero in on tiny islands dotting the map
• Choose from 40+ different tests on U.S. Geography
• Available in English, French, German, Spanish, Swedish and many more languages.
• Zoomable maps with clear outlines around countries
• Sessions are timed and graded for accuracy
• Track progress across multiple categories
• Leaderboards showing top scorers for each challenge
• Create a My Favorites list of preferred games for easy access
• Create custom quizzes by selecting a subset of the questions in an existing quiz.
• Unlimited chances to retake a segment and improve the score
• No ads or in-app purchases
• Offline play supported
• Create your own custom quizzes! Start with any quiz, select a subset of the questions, and then save it as a custom quiz.
It's easy to challenge friends, classmates and family members in a head to head competition using Seterra. This app gives trivia contests a new spin and makes family game night rock. Teachers can put the social back in social studies with lively Geo Bee matches. There's a wide variety of content with enough depth to challenge the most diehard map hounds or just enough difficulty to prove you're smarter than a fifth grader.
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