Every year for the past seven years, iLounge’s editors have spent Halloween finishing up a special treat for our readers: our annual Buyers’ Guide. This year, due to the growth of the iPad, we decided to create two Guides—one was released in June for the iPad http://ow.ly/7fa1n and the one we’re soft-launching right now is focused on the iPhone and iPod.
This is just crazy good stuff from magician Simon Pierro. According to Mashable, he spent 10 weeks working on this latest iPad act – with more than 100 hours worth of programming help from iOS programmer Masashi Beheim.
"This is a supplement to “Appy Hours 4 You” Blog Talk Radio Show: Episode 6 – “Music 4 the Classroom“. In this episode, we featured 7 free and paid apps that can be utilized for music production. We discussed the functionality of each app and what features were available as in-app purchases."
"I've been interested recently in the apps available for iOS that push the very edges of what we thought was possible on a mobile device. Informed by my recent experience of spending a week on iOS alone, I decided to try and express what I mean by "ambitious" and to collect some examples of those kind of apps."
"One of the most underrated and significant developments of iOS5 has been the ability to mirror the iPad2 onto any screen via AppleTV. This development signifies a break away from the shackles of cables and allows the iPad, iPod or iPhone to become an even more natural addition to the classroom."
"As you well know, I am an app addict and a bit of an app hoarder. Always seeking new and innovative ways to share my app-thusiasm and appy hours, I was thrilled when I came across this iPad E-mag in an original Apps in Education post. Tucking it away until I found time to play… and blog, I decided to share the e-mag as well as my tech bucket list of resources for creating a similar one for the techchef4u kitchen and patrons."