I know that most of you have got a tablet device of some sort but if it happens that you have an iPad then this post will relate to you more. Below is a set of resources dedicated exclusively to the educational uses of the iPad.
EmptyInbox for GMail (Free) by John Goering provides a quick and easy way to clean up your Gmail inbox. It seems we’re in such a rush to make the badge notification or the number in bold go away by simply opening the email that we then forget about.
Peak Systems’ popular photo-framing app Diptic has just been updated with an impressive set of new features and enhancements. Designed for both iPhone and iPad, Diptic lets you create photo collages with its 52 standard layouts.
It’s ironic that we usually end up wasting time when using apps that deal with time. Take the Clock app for example. I could use it to time my quick-cooking ramen, but setting the timer on it is a fiddly affair, with its option tabs and rotary dials.
FlickrBoard ($0.99) by Marcel Schmitz is a Flickr client that lets you do almost everything you can do with your flicker account and it looks good too. Follow your friends on a photo timeline and keep track of new comments in real time.
Use alternate layouts and liquid layout rules to optimize your portfolio for the vertical and horizontal orientations on the iPad. Learn about the Adobe Digital Publishing Suite workflow and how to prepare your portfolio for the ...
Scalado PhotoBeamer ($0.99) by Scalado AB is a useful photography app that lets you beam your iPhone’s camera roll directly to a Web browser without having to sign up, plug in or have a special compatible box.
Easy Release is the app for that. The Easy Release app gives you the tools to collect digital signatures with each photograph that you take.??Easy Release is made for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, and integrates with each device's ...
Today I am introducing you to a set of awesome tools that allow users to easily select any part of a text and hear it in the voice and accent they want. These tools can be very helpful for language teachers.
I'm currently reading Creating Innovators and so I thought I would share the classic post from 2009 below. In the first video, Gever Tulley describes our child safety-obsessed culture and the impact this has on the young minds of our children.
Read reviews, get customer ratings, see screenshots, and learn more about Nebulous Notes (for Dropbox) on the App Store. Download Nebulous Notes (for Dropbox) and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Newsify is a Google Reader client that looks as though it were the lovechild of Reeder and Flipboard. This should value it at a dollar at the very least, but since its release last April, Newsify has been available for free.
iLearn With – Planet Boing! HD by Tribal Nova As we near our 200th educational app review, we are pleased to share with our readers the latest and greatest things that development group, Tribal Nova has to offer your preschooler to kindergartener.
I've been trying two new art apps on my iPad this week. One is Doodle.ly and the other is SketchBook Ink. One is like Twitter for doodlers and the other is a spinoff app from Autodesk's popular SketchBook Pro app.
Nick Jr Draw & Play HD ($3.99) by MTV Networks gives your child the freedom to explore his or her artistic talents in an easy-to-use touch interface. Hours of fun can be had exploring the different tools.
Read reviews, get customer ratings, see screenshots, and learn more about Move the Turtle. Programming for kids on the App Store. Download Move the Turtle. Programming for kids and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Tablets and smartphones are playing greater and greater roles in the lives of kids -- but is that good? This infographic, created for Schools.com, sheds some light. Of special interest to teachers and educators, top education apps are listed at the bottom of the graphic.
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