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.
Montessori Numbers - Innovative Educational Math App for iPad Released
Award-winning children's app developer L'Escapadou announces the release of Montessori Numbers, an innovative app designed to help kids build solid math foundations. Based on the proven Montessori method, kids can now experiment with quantities and numerals, learn the names and visually understand how the decimal system works.
Physics Teachers Develop iPad App for Students
Nerd Island Studios, LLC is pleased to announce Step2Step Physics - Mechanics, an iPad app created by physics teachers to help students learn physics. Designed by a National Board Certified physics teacher and MIT graduate, the app mirrors the experience of a student working with a professional tutor: it breaks complex physics problems into simple steps and provides intelligent feedback based on incorrect answers.
Natural Tots Puts the World at Young Kids Fingertips on the App Store
One Monk Clapping, an emerging educational children's app developer, is excited today to announce the recent launch of Natural Tots onto the App Store. Compatible with the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, this children's app gives kids the power to experience the beauty and grandeur of the natural world simply by uncovering them with their fingers.
Marble Math 1.1 Delivers Major Update Adding Multi-User Accounts
Artgig Apps announces the release of Marble Math 1.1 today, adding multi-user accounts to their popular kids math practice app. Geared for ages 9-12+ and based on the Common Core curriculum, Marble Math helps reinforce strategy and problem solving skills as players roll their marble through a math maze.
Back to school with First Interactive Time Learning App on iPad
Back to School season is on! And there could be nothing better than beginning the new session with a new-found confidence. For an elementary school kid, this could well define his/her school year ahead; and with these "cool" iPads that they are so obsessed with, nothing could be better than learning an important life skill - ability to tell time and understand elapsed time in a couple of weeks.
First Learning to Read App for Children Launched on iPad
The brand new children's educational app, Learning to Read with Byron -Visual Tracking, has been launched now in the iTunes store. The learning activities have been designed in consultation with Tracy Ashbridge, specialist leading teacher of students with Learning Difficulties.
Marble Math Junior 1.1 Delivers Major Update Adding Multi-User Accounts
Artgig Apps is proud to announce the release of Marble Math Junior 1.1 today, adding multi-user accounts to their popular kids math practice app. Geared for ages 5-8 and based on the Common Core curriculum, Marble Math Junior helps reinforce strategy and problem solving skills as players roll their marble through a math maze.
Free Hands-On Equations App Makes Learning Algebra Childs Play
Math can be tricky for students. Algebraic equations such as 4x + 2 = 3x + 9 look intimidating, and many students anxiously struggle to solve "tough" problems like this one. Now a new, free iPad app can help students overcome math anxiety and gain success and self-confidence.
Deedil Launches Robot ABCs with Jinxie for iPhone and iPad
Deedil today announces Robot ABCs with Jinxie, an interactive and educational children's app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. With human and robot narration, Robot ABCs with Jinxie makes learning the alphabet fun.
Answer 2 Equations is a Math Puzzle Game Sure to Boggle Minds.
Puzzles are far and wide one of the most popular games for iOS devices, yet the mathematics genre of puzzle games have always been a bit hit and miss. iPhone players love challenging puzzles, perhaps it's an innate dislike of math?
Great Pictures Adds Artwork of George Seurat and Price-Drop
Great Pictures, the unique art app from Zucapaca that lets iPhone and iPad users effortlessly view hundreds of great works of art from the Impressionist period, has added the distinguished paintings of Georges Seurat in its latest update.
iPad app Zoo Champs named New & Noteworthy and goes free today
Zoo Champs - Sports Guide for Kids for iPad is featured as "New & Noteworthy" in the Education category in the USA, Canada and Australia today and goes Free on the App store worldwide for 24 hours today, Friday August 3.
Tell Note 1.1 for iPad - Easily make and save audio recordings on-the-go
Aperio Lux Team today is pleased to inform you that our product Tell Note is now available for the iPad. Tell Note simple and easy-to-use tool for audio recording conference, lectures, notes, etc., as well as convenient storage and listening.
Shape Pals! is a Great Way to Shape Up Your Toddler's Geometry
In recent years the iPad and iPod respectively have grown from being mere social toys for enjoyment among adults and teenagers to become modernized tools of knowledge and power found in classrooms, preschools, and other institutions all over the world.
Teacher Creates Educational Storybook App with Curriculum
A little Arkansas boy with a pair of magical britches is the star of "Smarty Britches: Nouns," a new educational app that celebrates Arkansas, created by National Board Certified Teacher Cyndie Sebourn of Hot Springs Village, AR.