UNB student builds iPhone application

February 23, 2009

Jason Brennan, a third-year computer science student at the University of New Brunswick, has developed an iPhone application called "Keener," designed to help high-school and university students keep on top of their course work and academic standing. The application keeps a schedule of exams and assignments. Users can enter their marks into the program, which will calculate a tally of marks over the semester, as well as perform weighted grading. Brennan has been working on another application involving the iPhone's accelerometer, which senses movement. Saint John Telegraph-Journal