Dublin start-up MyStudyPal has announced plans to enter the British market with a new version of its study app for the GCSE and A-Level curriculums.
MyStudyPal was founded last year by University College Dublin student Mark Nealon, who has developed web and mobile apps that allow Junior and Leaving Certificate students to create a personal and flexible study timetable.
He said the app had been used by more than 4,500 Junior and Leaving Certificate students...
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