Samsung has added a new entry to its growing catalog of smartwatches with the debut of its Gear S. SubscribeEnter your email address below to receive updates each time we publish new content. April 2, 2010 By Jay Garrett Leave a CommentThere has been much excitement on the interweblogosphere as people post their iPad early reviews up on the interwebs. Be prepared for apps that you currently have running on your iPhone to start getting updates because of the iPad upgrades.
At the time of publishing, there 16 pages of iPad apps up for sale in the UK iTunes App Store. Sonos, the red-hot personal audio company, has arguably done the best job turning the iPhone and iPod touch into a remote control for their Internet-connected sound systems.
Sonos just raised $25 million from Index Ventures and projects its sales will more than double this year.
We just saw a demo in our office, and the big screen really makes the app easier and more powerful to use.
Apps Gone Free* A daily journal delivered to your iPad of apps that normally cost money, but are free for a limited time. Infuse Learning This is actually not an app, but a website to interact with your BYOD students. Knowmia Teach* Screencast app with great tools and the ability to record your face in the corner.
Little Alchemy* This addicting game is fairly educational, unless you use the cheats that are easily found online. Overdrive Media Console* Check out e-books and audio books from your county library system right from iPad. Pearl Diver HD* Great app for upper elementary to middle school for teaching fractions and advanced number line concepts. PuppetPals HD* Students create puppet shows to animate their stories or demonstrate what they’ve learned. The Room A physical puzzler, wrapped in a mystery game, inside a beautifully tactile 3D world.
SlideRocket Create slide shows on Google Chrome on your desktop or laptop and then show them on your iPad with cloud integration. Sock Puppets* Students create sock puppet shows to animate their stories or demonstrate what they’ve learned.
Unblock Me Free* LIke the plastic train game where you have to move the pieces in order to slide out the key piece.
Videolicious* Quickly and easily produce photo montage videos complete with narration and music bed.
Zite Personalized Magazine This App takes your preferences, scours the Internet, and makes a magazine just for you!
So I’m getting an iPad in a coulpe days and will definitely be getting this my question is, if I leave the app running and the weather changes, will the visual automatically change? The main apps folder is where I keep all the apps that I use every day or at least mostly every day.
GoodReads: (Free) I love GoodReads (friend me!) and this allows me to update my reading lists without having to go to the website to do it.
WoW Talent: (Free) Helps me play around with the different talent trees for my characters without having to go on the web. WoW Status: (Free) Tuesdays are maintenance days for US servers and I like knowing when my realm (Elune) is back up. I added AppShopper very recently and haven’t gotten a chance to play around with it very much yet. I must confess that for a gamer girl I really don’t spend a lot of time looking for games on the iPhone.
Traffic Rush: (Free) Object of this game is to keep the cars from crashing into each other.
Lufthansa: (Free) We were flying Lufthansa during our trip to the US a few months ago, and this app was really useful. I visit every day some web pages and blogs to read content, but this webpage gives quality based articles.
Have you often wished for an image editor app with a magic wand tool to make selective image adjustments for your iPhone or iPad?
I don’t understand how anyone can care about a $2 price difference of one of the best apps of all time. Unlike its previous smartwatches, however, this one packs its own 3G data connection, which means it doesn’t have to be tied to your smartphone at all times. I was pleasantly surprised to see that quite a few were reasonably priced and a fare few are even free! We just saw a demo in our office, and the big screen really makes the app easier and more powerful to use. I admit that I didn’t find a good use for it until somewhat recently, but now I use it all the time. I have other Twitter apps but the official one (which used to be Tweetie) is my favorite by far. But at the time I needed an app that could handle my Microsoft Office documents and read PDF files.
Drop files into it from your desktop and have them magically appear on the Dropbox app or on the web. Sometimes I feel like watching something from the couch, so this app helps me play videos from my computer without having to be at the computer. I use it to find movie listings and find out when movies I want to see are coming out here.
I use it mainly for the mobile Auction House because playing with the market is probably my favorite thing about the game. But thanks to it I managed to snatch a few apps the other day that were usually paid but were now free for a limited time.
It lets you scan barcodes and it tells you what the item is and how much it costs at different retailers. For example, how much time you have left if you’re listening to music, watching videos, surfing the web, playing a game, etc. I honestly don’t spend a lot of time managing finances on the go, so this is not a very robust list of apps for this particular topic.
It takes your Twitter feed and your Facebook feed and converts the information into magazine style format. Self-proclaimed Intergalactic Spacegoat-herder, known for writing LGBTQ-related things and drinking lots of coffee. Triby is similar to Amazon's Echo, Echo Dot and Tap devices, but adds in some extra features like an LCD display, preset buttons and more.
Sonos says this app is in alpha testing and should be available for download by late August. Enter the number of problems and this app gives you a chart telling percent for each possible correct. I convert them to the proper format using dedicated software (currently playing around with Calibre).
To post to my blogs I use the desktop software BlogDesk and I’m so used to it that using anything else annoys me.
But many of the iPhone apps that I mentioned in my very thorough tour are also available for iPad.
Enter your email below and qualify to win autographed books, beta team invitations, and exclusive content.It's free, so why miss out? Or Go ahead and load up with free apps and 99 cent ones that all do the same nothing with slightly different interfaces that make you nuts with popups for games and the PRO versions that end up costing a fortune with in-app purchases.
This calculator shows the addends so you don’t have to waste time wondering if you already entered a number. Wonderful for teachers like me who work in a district that loves blocking everything wireless.
Highlight any section of a website, click the icon on your browser and it sends the clipping directly to your Evernote. It will suggest a name for the folder based on the category of the apps (smrt iPhone is smrt) or you can rename it. I have a vacation coming up in October, so it would be interesting to see if I could leave my MacBook Air at home. With Leonardo you get it all and much more in ONE app that has a great interface with no adds and good tutorials. The tool names and how they function will feel familiar to you if you’ve used a high end image editor such as Adobe Photoshop. The interface works more like a Photoshop plug-in with many of the 19 filters having adjustable parameters. If anyone lost $2 they would not care for more than 10 seconds so why have discussions about it on sites like this.
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