From established classics to innovative upstart apps, TabTimes selects the finest iPad apps for creating, modifying, and/or presenting your deck. Boardroom execs, salespeople, and even teachers are all welcome here.
Splashtop has just announced that Splashtop Whiteboard for Android tablets is now available in the Google Play app market. I use Splashtop Remote Desktop with my HP TouchPad tablet and my Droid Incredible 2 smartphone to connect and control my computers from my devices. It is an excellent app and very useful for me. Splashtop Whiteboard is built using Remote Desktop. I've also used Splashtop OS on my netbook.
"Comic Life for iPad is an easy-to-use comic / cartoon creation app for students from Grades 1-12. It provides a range of templates, and enables users to import pictures (from their Camera Roll, or Creative Commons sources on the Internet), captions, and special effects (thought balloons, onomatopoeia)."
"In the next few weeks these 5th grade students are going to be focusing on photography to accompany their writing with both their classroom teacher as well as with me during Technology. The remarkable thing about having only 30 minutes to introduce this very large topic with my students but doing so with iPads, is that all 29 5th graders are sitting on the rug in front of me with a camera, digital darkroom, and publishing suite resting on their laps!"
Let's be real about this. You can't do everything on an iPad. As Shawn Blanc pointed out the other day, you can't make iOS apps on it, for example. But you might be surprised by how much real work you can do on it with the right tools.
We all have the capacity to be creative, it's in our very nature. The iPad is a wonderful tool for creation is almost every sphere you can imagine, from expressing poetry to capturing artistic ideas, from exploring musical invention to manipulating captured light. ...
Thus, while school jurisdictions have traditionally planned and supported technology within an enterprise environment, iPads present as a square peg. iPads not only run in contrast to our more systemic ways of planning for technology integration but they also offer a new way of interacting with content. As one participant noted, iPads are not laptops or desktops and thus compel us to adopt other ways of thinking.
Along with the new iPad tablet today, Apple introduced iPhoto for the iPad and iPhone, so you can browse, edit, and share photos on your mobile device using this powerful tool, which will run you $4.99.
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