Kuwait Signs iPhone App

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Kuwait Signs is an iPhone app targeted towards local residents who are planning to take the driving license test. The app has information on street signs, highway speeds, local driving laws as well as other helpful information like how to apply for the driving license. The design of the app is pretty clean and simple, there is a quiz mode which I didn’t so well in and finally, the app is in Arabic and English. If you’re interested the app costs $1.99 and can be found in the app store by searching for “Kuwait Signs”.

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  1. Nunya says:

    I hope this is better than the one on the MOI website. I noticed there is a big difference in the questions in english and the questions in arabic, which is quite strange, considering the roads and the rules are the same no matter what language you speak.

  2. Anonymous says:

    With all due respect, this app won’t be of much use in Kuwait. I remember the day I went to get my license at the age of 18. I went inside the building, wrote my name on the test paper alongside with a lot of incorrect answers. Handed my paper in to the fat guy who did the grading. Graded my paper in the most careless manner (I still remember his sleepy face). After the grading, I went to take the driving test. Drove the gov car with another fat guy once around a roundabout. Received my license and nearly crashed the day after. It was a mistake not taking the driving test seriously. But come on, who’d be serious about it at the age of 18? I was hasty at that time, and I nearly died because of my haste.

    **Special message to the owner of the app: try making an app that would awaken the government’s employees’ conscience!**

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