The iPad isn’t famed for its photographic abilities. But in reality, it is one of the most useful devices a photographer could own.
Everyone who takes pictures has a favored digital workflow. For some, it is entirely iPhone-based, using filters and careful framing in preparation for the latest Instagram triumph. For others, it is a laptop operation which takes hours of patient sorting, followed by adjustment and layering. But there is a third way. The iPad’s processing power cannot compete with that of a computer, and its photographic credentials are less celebrated than those of a smartphone, and yet, you could argue that it combines the best of mobile and desktop.
We have come a long way with using Google on the iPad. We now have 50 official apps from Google, Inc. for iOS. The following is a list of Google Apps for iOS. This list is exhaustive and includes several apps that are not on the infographic Guide to Googl
The iPad is a great tool for coding. Particularly for developing the skills and concepts in the junior years around directional language, understanding sprites and developing the building blocks of coding before moving onto traditional desktop coding software.
"Apple is actually working on an app called “Move to iOS” which will allow Android users to easily and wirelessly transfer their media items from any Android operated device to any other device running iOS 9. It will also transfer all the apps you have on your Android to your iOS app library.
Until the official release of “My to iOS”, here is a great step-by-step guide from Apple to help you move content from your Android phone to your iPhone. The guide features some interesting tips and tricks to help you make a seamless switch from Android to iOS. It will show how to easily move your photos, music, documents, calendars, videos, and contacts from Android to iPhone."
The art of comic creation is one of the best representation of creativity at work. As teachers and educators, we can use the power and versatility of iPad to cultivate a creative culture within our classes and among our students through helping them tinker with and design comics. Here is a list of some great iPad apps you can use for this purpose...
As the end of the school year nears you may find yourself asking students to create collections of examples of their best work of the year. There are a lot of ways that your students could go about accomplishing that task. Here are five free apps that can be used for the purpose of creating a digital portfolio.
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