Students Showcase

Explore mobile apps developed by students from Naresuan University:

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NU Quest

by Somjintana Korbut and Uthai Phattharanamchok

Play “NU Quest” now to discover all the awesome places that Naresuan University has to offer. Learn about facilities from many kinds of challenging mini games such as ordering image, hangman, and take a photo to share on Facebook.

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Sukhothai Adventure

by Nuttawut Wanitchasiri and Tawatchai Leamwong

Exploring Thailand’s ancient capital city of Sukhothai is more exciting than ever!

Join us in the “Sukhothai Adventure” to rediscover the Siam of 800 years ago. Learn about the history while having fun travelling around Sukhothai Historical Park and the local area.

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Memo Me

by Panida Kaeokhrong and Apinya Konnggrud

Memo Me is a brain training game for improving concentration and memory. Memo Me have 3 themes: Theme 1 is Bakery shop (Memory), Theme 2 is Japanese Restaurant (Ordering), Theme 3 is Fast food Restaurant (Find the missing pieces)

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Astro Graphy

by Pensiri Yosyingyong

Astro Graphy is a mathematical game focusing on plotting graph of some polynomial functions. Within the game, there will be two graphs provided, one is the target and another one is the graph which users need to adjust to hit the target by changing the coefficients in the function given in the game.
Astro Graphy provides such an astronomical environment within the game to inspire all users to feel like they are learning mathematics with joys and fun. Why not try to install this application, and you will see Mathematics is not boring as you may think!

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ThaiBraille

by Sittha Saisawan

ThaiBraille is a specialist tool for visually impaired mobile users, designed to make it faster to input Thai and English by making gestures on the touchscreen. Instead of using the regular keyboard, use this app to type text and then copy it to another app or send it via email.

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Speak Out

by Weerayut Chalaruk and Sunsuang Raksanoh

This project is concerned with how technology can provide support for reporting and analyzing corruption in Thailand. By using mobile technology, almost everybody can report complaints or corruption issues. The information collected is anonymised to protect the reporters and can be published independently on a website available to the public.


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Naresuan University

by Kittisak Phetrungnapha and Kanin Kuhathong (Android version)
by Sittha Saisawan and Wutisak Inpanam (iOS version)

Launched in 2011, we were the first university in Thailand to develop an official mobile app. Students and teachers can check their timetables, visitors can navigate using the map and everyone can discover new places on campus.

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EMS Finder

by Tanaphong Hmeetong

An iPhone app for tracking your registered letters and parcels sent though Thailand Post’s EMS service. It has been downloaded by more than 70,000 users, and has previously featured in the Top 25 Free Apps on the App Store.


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The Phitsanulok Tourist Apps

by Natthawut Hemathulin, Sayamon Ngernkum and Nattira Janchuea

Developed in collaboration with the Tourism Authority of Thailand Phitsanulok branch, this is the official tourist guide to Phitsanulok, Petchabun and Phichit for iPhone and Android. Find this app on the App Store and Google Play.

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Mazda Showroom for iPad

by Nittaya Zaeho and Walairut Deelaew

An iPad app designed for Mazda City in Bangkok to be used in showrooms and at motorshows. The app is like an interactive brochure, that can calculate finance options for customers and print quotations wirelessly or send them by email.


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OTPC @ NU

by Jenjira Nakrang, Donnapa Yata and friends

Building on the Ministry of Education’s One-Tablet-Per-Child project for primary school children, we have developed a set of additional activities that can be used in the classroom or at home. Currently there are ‘educational games’ in science, maths and English.

For more information on our OTPC related apps, please visit the educational technology section.