Whether you want to create a book to commemorate a special family event or to show off all the great photos you and a friend took while snorkeling in the Bahamas over winter break, Presstomatic may be just the app you’re looking for.
Go Go Games is a set of iPad games designed to help children that have Autism Spectrum Disorders practice recognizing the features and patterns of objects. While these games were designed for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders any young child would enjoy them.
2012 has been another banner year for the iPad App Store. There are now more than 328,000 apps designed specifically for iPad available (as at 12/21/12) – very close to double the number that there were at this time last year. There are iPad apps for just about any use that can be imagined for them – from excellent business and productivity apps to iPad editions of leading newspapers and magazines, to amazingly capable apps for enhancing our photos and videos, to stellar apps for education and of course plenty of entertainment apps and great iPad games.
With the improved tech features of iPhone and iPad , more and more people are using their idevices to capture and immortalize some moments in their lives.This has never been as easier as it is now especially with the abundance of apps that enhance users and guide them through simple step by step process in creating their movie.
When it comes to sharing your pictures, there are quite a few options out there, from social networks to dedicated apps. If you’re looking for the right photo sharing solution for you, make sure to check out this list of top photo sharing apps.
Halloween is just around the corner. Besides looking for scary costumes for your kids, you might be thinking to dress up your iPad as well. There are actually several Halloween apps out there but only few of them are really worth the try
So you want to be able to capture your ideas wherever you are and put them into creative mind maps . There are actually several iPad apps to allow you to do just that. We have included in the list below the major mind mapping apps you might want to try on your iPad. These apps are all highly rated and work pretty good.
One of the biggest, fastest shifts in ed tech the last couple years has been the evolution from the use of large interactive whiteboards to the use of mobile, agile multi-purpose apps. Currently, there are at least six products, all competing to become teachers’ favorite. Replay Note, ScreenChomp, ShowMe, DoodleCast Pro, Knowmia, Explain Everything and Educreations all offer teachers the ability to record the visual and audio components of a “whiteboard” lesson on their iPads, and share it online. Educreations is one of the top contenders, teachers say, mostly because of its simple user interface and multi-functionality.
A treasure trove of educational iPad apps from Educational Technology and Mobile Learning Blog's Pinterest board with more than 100 apps that teachers and educators can use. These apps cover a wide range of topics including, apps for kids, reading apps, writing apps, drawing apps, mindmapping apps, storytelling apps,video apps, audio apps, bookmarking apps, grading apps, presentation apps, cartoon making apps, and many more.
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Although Christmas excitement hasn’t quite hit a fever pitch yet, a selection of fun, kid-friendly Christmas iPad apps can help little ones manage their enthusiasm, and maybe Mom, Dad, or Santa can get a little wrapping done.
Skqueak makes it easy to enhance your pictures by adding your voice, drawings, and zoom effects to them. The app allows you to draw on your images in a Skitch-like way to point out important elements of the picture. You can also simply zoom-in on an element of your picture while you talk about it.
The folks at PadGadget are lucky, lucky people because so many wonderful apps cross their digital desktops that they can’t possibly review them all. In this month’s installment of the Kids’ App Roundup, they include 10 can’t miss apps that cover playtime, bedtime, and (of course) schooltime.
Craftsy, an online tutorial site based in Denver, CO, earns high marks from adventurous DIY knitters, quilters, and creators of all stripes. Now, Craftsy for iPad brings the breadth and depth of knowledge available online to the iPad.