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Nepal Driving License App: Making Driving License Written Test Preparation Smarter


You no longer need to buy license preparation books. Nepal Driving License app helps you to learn, practice and get ready for the test.

Kathmandu, January 9, 2017: A mobile app has been recently launched in Nepal to make driving license written test preparation smarter and easier.

Nepal Driving License, conceptualized by Mr. Chandan Goopta and developed by Makura Creations, seeks to help the users prepare for their driving license written test in a smarter and easier way.

The app comes with complete contents required for the driving license test preparation, and you don’t need to worry about buying any books. It covers all the topics and questions asked in driving license written tests for both 2 wheelers and 4 wheelers.

Using the app, you can learn everything you need to know section-wise, and test your skills with multiple question sets available in the app. And, the app is beautifully designed to make user experience easy and preparing for test fun.

The app also features exam question sets to help you practice and evaluate yourself whether you can pass the test or not. You can go get your license test after you are fully sure about yourself.

The app also includes separate traffic sign practice sets to familiarize you with all the traffic sign you will ever encounter during your drive.

“Nicely done!” Applauds Niranjan Shakya for the makers of the app after he dropped the idea of buying a book to prepare for the test as the app appeared in play store. Meanwhile, Baku Acharya shares, “I was about to buy books and then I came across this. Saved 100 bucks. Though there are places for improvement, it’s a beautiful job as a whole.” Saying that Nepal Driving License is a much-needed app, Ruchi Shrestha mentions that she has been loving using the app. “Preparing for the license written test was never this fun. Thank you guys. Loved it,” she adds. Giving accolades, Sandip Shrestha and Naving KC share that they passed the test reading through the app. Meanwhile, Prahlad Thapa says that the app is really helpful for him, and says that he is really pleased with this kind of work the creators of the app are doing.

Similarly, giving a 5-star rating on Google Play, Chewan Rai commends the app for having a simple User Interface and making it easier to use. Meanwhile, Sambhawana Sharma feels the app to be easy to use, portable and very useful. “This is the app you could rely on for the test preparation,” she shares.

The app works on Android devices with versions 4.0.3 and higher.

Formally launched on December 24, 2016, it has already been downloaded more than 5000 times.

What’s more? The app is completely free!

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Wanna try it? Download it from the Google Play.


By Basanta Kumar Dhakal