Books for iPad and iPhone
The iPhone made reading more portable, but the iPad continues propelling the world digital publishing ever forward. Reading can now be a truly interactive experience. For a list of our favorite ereading apps and digital books for kids, check out AppCraver’s Editor Picks for Best Books for iPhone and iPad.
The Bird & The Snail — Knock Knock: A Storybook App with Added Value
The Bird & The Snail — Knock Knock is a new interactive storybook app released by Haunted House Publishing. The story of a bird and a snail who thoughtlessly gobble up an apple, which turns out to be a little worm’s home, is depicted through charming hand-drawn charcoal images that become animated throughout the story.
AppEngines Releases Credit Secrets Investigated Using iPhone Reader
We were recently offered the chance to review Credit Secrets Investigated, an ebook by Tony D'Andrea published for the iPhone by AppEngines. You may have noticed, we don't do too many book reviews around here.
Teach any Dog with Dog Tricks and Bark Machine
If Fido eats your shoes instead of fetches them, Dog Tricks & Bark Machine could be useful for teaching him a few new tricks. It's an app from Robert Mann and Deidra Jones, which features training tutorials in one part and a sound machine in the second part.
Stanza eReader Opens New Chapter for Reading on iPhone
Put a sign that says "Free" on anything from a broken Beta VCR to a basket of kittens, and I'll probably take it home. When I came across Lexcycle's e-Reader Stanza in the App Store, I grabbed it, even though I seldom read lengthy docs on my iPhone.
Classics Browse Cherished Literature With a Digital Touch
It isn’t exactly the holidays yet but we can already think of a couple of applications that might be gift worthy. Classics by Andrew Kaz and Phillip Ryu is just that kind of application.
Classics is an eReader application that includes full versions of literary favorites from the public domain.