For aspirants who aim high and want to score high in their UPSC, IAS, Civil Services exams, it surely guarantees a vey rough and hard time trying to find, understand, and memorise all of the information necessary. The most rigorous aspect of the tests aren’t the fact that they are high profile and intensive in general, but it is more because they require you to have a certain degree of awareness to the current affairs within the country. Which means that the questions within the tests are up to date with current happenstances across the country, and it is critical that you have the most general ideas about these types of questions by actively reading and determining the news before stepping into the exam room.
That is just one of the few features that Afeias brings to the table.
When it comes to education apps like this, you can’t really judge it for its aesthetic and design. But still, as part of my writing framework usually goes, aesthetic and proper organisation of the data is also important to users. And for that, the app … passes. I’ve seen a lot of information packed, but so badly designed that it usually encountered graphic bugs, literally cannot be navigated, or it is just flat out confusing and takes several minutes to get used to the interface. But this one rises above that mediocre group while at the same time, retaining the fidelity of the information that it proclaimed itself to hold. And yes, it does hold such wealth of information.