Lifelong learners and students of all ages will revel in the number of apps that assist with the learning process. For a list of our top choices, explore AppCraver’s Editor Picks for Best Education Apps for iPhone and iPad, or read on for current news and reviews of iOS Education applications.
iPad Browser for Kids Leverages HTML5 to Bring Safe Games and Education
Heralded as one of the "new open standards created in the mobile era" by Steve Jobs, HTML5 promises an app-free mobile experience without sacrificing rich interactivity. ZillyDilly 2.1, the best iPad browser for kids, is the latest app hopping on the trend by curating child-appropriate websites and games.
Art App Best Of Gauguin is Released For iOS
Best Of Gauguin, the new Art app from Nuno Palmeirim, lets iOS users own the most famous artwork of Paul Gauguin and enjoy them anytime in their iPhone and iPad. An alternative way to learn the Art of the great masters, the app showcases more than 60 carefully selected, stunningly detailed full screen paintings.
Art App Best Of Cezanne is Released For iOS
Best Of Cezanne, the new Art app that lets iOS users own the most famous artworks of Paul Cezanne and enjoy them anytime in their iPhone and iPad, showcases more than 60 carefully selected, stunningly detailed full screen paintings.
Learn Chinese by Loquella - Language Lessons for the Serious Learner
Learn Chinese by Loquella is a language education app that provides instruction in Mandarin Chinese and uses repetition to master pronunciation.
GradeBook Pro 2.61 for iOS - Leading Classroom Management for Educators
Independent developer Eric Lombardo today is pleased to announce GradeBook Pro 2.61 for iOS, an update to his powerful grade and attendance management app designed to help teachers record grades and attendance.
Participants 1.1 - Attendance Taking App, Now Supports iPhone 5
Sprightly Software today released Participants 1.1, a first of its kind attendance taking app for iOS makes it easier than ever to record attendance. Perfect for teachers, business people, group organizers, or anyone that needs to take attendance, Participants keeps a history of attendees for individual events and a history of events for each participant, letting users quickly check a participant's history.
PhotoCircle is Private Photo Sharing at its Best
Social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter have become one of the most essential parts of sharing photos of my children to their grandparents, aunts, uncles and friends. And while I don't have a problem with sharing some photos on them, sometimes I just want to only share the photos to a select group of people without showing them to the world.
Apple features Montessori Letter Sounds now on available on iPhone
The Award Winning App Montessori Letter Sounds is currently featured in Apple's New & Noteworthy. The app that used to be "iPad only" was updated last Thursday and is now iPhone compatible.
Award Winning Word Wizard iOS Educational App goes 3.0
L'Escapadou announces Word Wizard 3.0 for iOS, an update to their award-winning educational app that lets kids experiment with word building and provides spelling practice. This update adds important features for both teachers and parents including user profiles and detailed spelling tests reports.
Essay Writing Apps Increase Students College and Job Prospects
Colleges and employers are increasing their testing of students' writing skills, and Niles Technology apps prepare students in high school and college to excel in writing. Whether asked to write a long paper, a short essay, or to explain a complex passage, Essay Workstation 2.1 provides the thinking and writing skills required to handle any writing task in high school, college and on the job.
iSpotPro - Train your Visual Memory and Pattern Recognition skills
Modern meets traditional in a new 'spot the difference' app aimed at young and old alike. Leicester web designer, Mayuir Sidhpara says that his 'iSpotPro Themed Edition' app is a new way to play and train visual memory and pattern recognition.
Colors by Number Puts the Fun Back in Color Theory
I'm not sure what it is, but choosing complimentary colors has always been an issue for me. I have the "eye" to see what looks good on HGTV, but when it comes to actually picking the colors out, I'm a bit clueless.
In Wombi Toys Kids Can Build, Test and Repair Toys
Today Wombi Apps releases it's latest app: Wombi Toys 1.0 for iOS. In this app, children get the chance to build, test and repair 20 different toys, from retro dolls to modern video games. Each toy requires different tools and its own special solution.
Interactive Fairy Tale For Kids on iPhone/iPad: Elves and the Shoemaker
Internet Design Zone, an iOS app developer company, is happy to announce their new Fairy Tales app for kids on iPhone/iPad: The Elves and the Shoemaker. This totally free app is an interactive audio storybook featuring the magical tale of the poor Shoemaker and the Elves.
Interactive Science Lesson with Kids Farming iPad App
GiggleUp today is pleased to announce the release of Happy Little Farmer 2.0 for iPad. The first ever app to help children learn about the world of nature through an interactive farming game hits the iTunes Store this week.