We decided to put together a roughly eleven minute walkthrough video of iOS 5 for iPad’s most notable features. Our video covers Messages with the iMessage service, Notification Center, the brand new Music application, updated Safari, tweaked Mail, Twitter integration, updated Calendar, Settings, Reminders, the new keyboard, and more. This is, of course, all in addition to some great commentary.
I have to confess…I am an early adopter of most Apple things… While I did not camp out over night to get an iPad, I walked into a BestBuy store the day-after to add a new “baby” to our Apple family.The same thing repeated itself this past March for...
The following is a clear and concise set of tips for getting the best quality footage from the guys at iPad Creative. These guys have a great blog about how the iPad is being used in the creative fields of music, graphic design and the Visual Arts, however they are also very generous with their blogging about the use of iPads in education and as a tool for learning. Their site is well worth the visit.
I’m sure you all have figured out by now that I am a fan of Bloom’s Taxonomy. Big. Fan. How could an organization freak like me not be impressed with a way of categorizing how we learn and produce? Recently I came across not one but two Bloom’s taxonomy resources for apps. Organizational heaven I tell ya. I thought I would share all of this appy, bloomy goodness with you!
Looking for a new case for your iPad and aren't sold on Apple's own case? Check out CNET's roundup of iPad 2 cases. Some are available now and many are coming soon. Read this blog post by David Carnoy on Crave.
Last month I shared 10 free iPad2 Apps for Teachers and it has become one of the most frequented posts on my blog (Over 1,000 hits in the past month). Since then I have continued to practice tightwad downloading of apps and I’m now ready to share 10 more of these awesome and completely free tools for teachers.
ReadWriteWeb: So it was the unveiling today of iOS 5, the newest version of the operating system that's worth examining in closer detail, and we've got the primer for you below with all the important details about today's announcement and its implications for the mobile market and developer ecosystem.
There are tons of great apps available for the iPad which can be used to teach digital storytelling. I downloaded a few and, so far, my favorite is Toontastic. The app was designed with kids in mind but adults will love using it too. This is not only a great app to use in the classroom but also provides parents with a great tool to spend some fun quality time with their children.
Everybody wants to download iPad eBooks and other applications online, but most of them are using the wrong way and have lots of regrets in the end. Do you want to know the safest way to have all those online apps in your device so you can read, watch and play online anytime you wanted to and even anywhere you are
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