Given that the 2016 Presidential election is being positioned by many observers as the most crucial vote in a generation, election education has become more important than ever, which is why a new app has been released that is designed to capture the attentions of voters and teach them about the two candidates and their stance on issues.
This free app lets users read articles about different issues before casting their vote, and then uses a points system to let users know where they stand.
The fact of the matter is that many supposed election education apps out there are partisan offerings that are designed to convince voters to vote one way or the other, but the Sway app uses a more objective approach as well as engaging gamification to help voters expand their horizons and make an informed decision.
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