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If you're interested in using Percipio on your PC or Mac, you may be wondering how to download the app and get started. Fortunately, there are many resources available online that can guide you through the process similar to this article.
The content is good, however the mobile app has many issues. It will not allow you to watch a previous video again. Instead, it starts at the beginning of the video. Then it automatically goes to the next playlist. I will often pause and minimize an app to watch a video while doing something, then I'll sleep/lock my phone. The app seems to start randomly resuming the video via the speaker, even though my phone remains in my hand and it is open.
It's good content. The interface is difficult to use. It's frustrating to have to log in every time I use the app. Or, as was the case this morning my screen went off. I had downloaded some offline programs, and when I tried to access them, they expired due to inactivity. I was only able to use them for 30 minutes and not for 10 days.
This is a nice feature and works well, but there are some flaws. 1. Listening to audio books, I discovered that it won't remember your location if you use the back button to leave the book. The ability to change the speed is something I really enjoy. 2. The computer does not know what speed it was set to. It needs to be selected each time. 3. I downloaded the book offline, but I don't have access to internet to launch the app.
Although it works, the integration with Android and other apps is terrible. You can play audiobooks through phone calls and notifications. It also starts randomly playing even if the app is closed and your phone is locked. To be able to do the rest of my work on my phone, I had to remove it. Tech support couldn't help. Reinstall was recommended but the app behaved exactly as before. The app has no use. It was something I had been looking forward to.
It is easy to use. It could be a bit more difficult to use the search function. You need to have the title of the course that you are interested in, and the system doesn't generally show anything outside of your interests. Sometimes it loses your progress. Before I got credit, I heard the exact same 1-hour course three more times.
OMG! What a brilliant idea it was to create a book reader who can't recall where you are in the book? This is a great feature but not something you want to use. UPDATE: I spoke with three different tech support representatives and was unable convince them that OnePlus phones run Android. Similar problems were experienced by a Pixel 3 friend. Also, audiobook handling is even worse. Addition of another star.
The Phoenix Project is funny. It seems like Percipio's development team would be better off reading the book. Here are some problems. It is slow. Have you ever heard of caching. 2. It uses up all that screen space for audiobooks, and tiny controls to playback... It seems like it has a mind all its own. Sometimes, it will stop playing immediately after it starts. Other times it won't want to quit playing. 4. There is no way to search for the contents of the book! ?
Although the content is excellent, there are three major problems. 1) There is no way to search in books and courses - this is an essential feature of any book-reading app. 2) You cannot bookmark a section so you can later review it in more detail - another basic requirement. 3) Downloading audiobooks for offline reading is extremely slow. Even worse, the book automatically deletes after seven days. It must be downloaded again.
You are now unable to log in to your app. Not able to reach host message. It's not so great. After completing the course successfully, clicking the badge symbol causes an error. The badge cannot be viewed. This is why we are unable to upload a screen shot. Via App #2 Issue 2: The last question does not appear when you take the mobile test. This is due to the SUBMIT button. Please fix.
Skillsoft offers a great library of content... not just videos, but also ebooks and audiobooks, sandbox practice areas, audio books, and audio books. This is the real deal - you can even attend live bootcamps. Although you'll have more content on business and technical topics than in niche areas, I can't recall the last time that I searched their content library and didn't find anything. Percipio's interface is far superior to litmos.
It is difficult to find the downloaded content. We need to make offline browsing more intuitive. Some apps offer a more advanced offline experience than others.
This app is amazing. One thing that I have concerns about is taking tests. Scrolling is prohibited as the submit button covers all options. Sometimes I miss one correct answer, and I don't know why.
Confusion between video, actual and test training flows. Note: Training on the phone can limit your view and hide some buttons or functions. This may cause confusion. You will need to take the test again.
You should add zoom in/out feature to reading mode. This will allow me to better understand the content.
Good content. Apparatus is not very good. Hanging is frequent. No option to change video quality. Even in a good network, sometimes the quality is very poor.
Installing the Percipio app on your Windows 10 or 11 computer requires the use of an Android emulator software. Follow the steps below to download and install the Percipio app for your desktop:
Step 1: Download and install an Android emulator software to your laptop
To begin, you will need to download an Android emulator software on your Windows 10 or 11 laptop. Some popular options for Android emulator software include BlueStacks, NoxPlayer, and MEmu. You can download any of the Android emulator software from their official websites.
Step 2: Run the emulator software and open Google Play Store to install Percipio
Once you have installed the Android emulator software, run the software and navigate to the Google Play Store. The Google Play Store is a platform that hosts millions of Android apps, including the Percipio app. You will need to sign in with your Google account to access the Google Play Store.
After signing in, search for the Percipio app in the Google Play Store. Click on the Percipio app icon, then click on the install button to begin the download and installation process. Wait for the download to complete before moving on to the next step.
Step 3: Setup and run Percipio on your computer via the emulator
Once the Percipio app has finished downloading and installing, you can access it from the Android emulator software's home screen. Click on the Percipio app icon to launch the app, and follow the setup instructions to connect to your Percipio cameras and view live video feeds.
To troubleshoot any errors that you come across while installing the Android emulator software, you can visit the software's official website. Most Android emulator software websites have troubleshooting guides and FAQs to help you resolve any issues that you may come across.