Handylearn Projects says goodbye

The commercial company “Handylearn Projects H2H e.K.” was closed in december 2016. As owner, I like to thank all customers, partners and supporters for the exciting 11 years. Of course, you can continue to use our apps, and our freeware apps are still available for download and install on your device.

Handylearn Counter now for Android!

Handylearn Counter with pie chart of a traffic censusHandylearn Counter is a popular productivity software, used since 2006 on classical feature phones and Symbian smart phones. The software replaces a tally sheet and is used for traffic census, election ballot counting or monitor animal population.

The Android version enables you to share the result with e-mail or your favourite social network.

Get it for free from Google Play Store. The Android app Solar Explorer on Google Play

Solar Explorer now for Android

Solar Explorer with detail of sun in yellowOur app “Solar Explorer” shows images of the ultraviolet spectrum of the sun. You can switch between the images to see the sun in a different spectrum.

This app now also available for Android phones. Get it for free from Google Play Store.

The Android app Solar Explorer on Google Play

Wavelabor now for Android

wavelab_fire_singleThe Handylearn Wavelabor is an educational app that is also fun to experiment with. It helps to understand the physical concept of interference of waves.

The physics of waves is fundamental to acoustics and optics, but also for quantum mechanics.

The Handylearn Wavelabor is now freely available for Android phones from Google Play and the Nokia-X store.

The Android app Handylearn Wavelabor on Google Play



Apps for Asha 501

Nokia has introduced a new user interface with the Asha 501. We improved several of our apps, so they now work seamlessly on the Nokia Asha 501.

Handylearn Counter now uses an Asha-style category bar to switch between the bar chart, the pie chart and the key-styled count screen. It uses the hardware back key for navigation. To reset the counters, you access the menu by swiping from the bottom.

We improved also our Space News. The app now utilizes the back key to return to the overview of the articles.