Capturing and sharing your inner most creative genius has never been easier. Introducing the first multi-device collaboration tool from Universal Mind. From iPhone to iPad with just a flick of the finger, iBrainstorm has set the bar and has redefined the very nature of collaboration. Think it. Share it. Love it!
When it launched in 2011 I was impressed by the multimedia reference site Qwiki. Then when they launched a creation tool earlier this year, I was again impressed. Unfortunately, Qwiki has taken those tools offline and is transitioning to mobile development. According to their website, their Twitter page, and this TechCrunch article Qwiki has plans offer a multimedia reference creation app for iOS and Android. There's no word yet on what the app will cost, if anything. If the app is like the web version, I'll be trying it as soon as it launches. You can sign up for early notification of the app's release on the Qwiki website.
Teaching creative writing can be a lot fun, especially when it comes to reading the creative pieces your students write. However, getting them to come up with ideas for those pieces is often difficult.
"ThingLink helps you create and discover touching images.
Be creative! Make your images come alive with music, video, text, images, shops and more!
Every image contains a story and ThingLink helps you tell your stories. Follow image channels from your favorite bands, bloggers and friends. Your ThingLink interactive images form a channel that other users can follow.
Share your channel with friends on Facebook and Twitter, and follow your friends. Touch and discover."