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.
Want to See The 2005 YU55 Asteroid in 3D? There's Only One App for That — Spacemap
Starmap, the world's first planetarium mobile application for the iPhone, announced today on their website that Spacemap is the only astronomy mobile application currently available that can display the orbit of the nearby passing asteroid 2005YU55 in 3D animation.
Watch Videos at Your Own Pace with Anytube
In today's world, there is an abundance of free video clips and free downloads that contain high quality information and educational content. Apple provides access to some amazing course content in the form of iTunes U and video podcasts.
Comixer Lets Kids Make Their Own Comic Strip
Great new features are now available for Comixer - The Comics Mixer, a comics-making iPad app for 7- to 13-year-olds (and everybody else!). To celebrate the new release, the app is on sale for $0.99 until November 1 in the iPad App Store.
Kids Song Machine 2 Takes Children Around the World on a Musical Adventure
In just the first days of launch for iOS devices, Kids Song Machine 2 - Around the World app for toddlers and early learners has lead the Top Paid Educational apps and was featured as New and Noteworthy by Apple.
So Much 2 Say Provides Intuitive Experience With Picture Communication
Close 2 Home Apps recently announced the launch of So Much 2 Say, an Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) App for the iPad that uses picture communication specifically designed for people with multiple disabilities.
Shakespeare In Bits Continues Series With Midsummer Night's Dream
MindConnex Learning, a global provider of digital learning solutions for the educational sector, is bringing Shakespeare's greatest comedy to life on the iPad with A Midsummer Night's Dream, the third installment of its Shakespeare in Bits app series.
Interactive Storybook Asks: Have You Ever Seen a Moose Brush His Teeth?
Author, Jamie McClaine, launched her idea of promoting good personal hygiene to children with her first storybook app for kids, “Have you ever seen a Moose brushing his teeth?” which is now available for iPhone, iPad and Android devices.
Bookster Features 8 New Books for Improving Reading Skills
Imagine Learning has released a significant upgrade to Bookster™, an interactive reading app for kids. The popular app was designed to entertain young readers while helping them develop reading skills.
Gube: Kid Safe YouTube Filters Age-Appropriate Videos and More
Shacked Software, developers of the award-winning Flickpad iPad app, is pleased to announce today the release of Gube: Kid-safe YouTube for the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Designed and developed by parents of toddlers for parents with young children, Gube is a vital tool in any parents' bag of tricks when dealing with your child's so called terrible twos, and beyond.
Go Go Mongo! iOS Game Teaches Healthy Eating Habits to Kids
Today QwikMind introduces Go Go Mongo! 3.0, an update for their iOS healthy eating game for kids ages 2+. Featuring Mongo, the cute and cuddly cartoon character that loves to eat, players tilt the iOS device to move Mongo so he can catch food falling from the sky.
NxtApp Math Game Goes Universal With an HD Update
NxtApp, the popular math number-sequencing game originally released for iPhone and iPod touch, has been re-designed to run in HD on the iPad. The iPhone and iPod touch version of NxtApp was released seven months ago and topped the charts in the educational games category of App Stores worldwide in July.
Simplex Spelling HD Unique Reverse Phonics System Appeals to All Types of Learners
With a system that can piece together words from their smallest or simplex sounds, Simplex Spelling HD offers a unique guarantee — success for every spelling. Students get spelling hints and rules in context and only as they are needed.
Let's Hear the Animals! Fun Animal Matching App For Pre-School Kids
Let's Hear the Animals! for iOS, an Educational app recently released by independent developer Michael Sheehan, allows pre-school children to view animal photos, hear the name of the animal, and/or hear the sound the animal makes.
Kids Hunt Through Puzzle to Discover Dinosaurs on the iPad
KidSpring Studio, a burgeoning mobile application developer focused on creating children's educational apps, has today announced the successful recent update of Discover Dinosaurs for iPad devices running on iOS 4.0 or later.
Essay Workstation Focuses on Critical Thinking Skills as the Foundation of Good Writing
Essay Workstation 2.0 takes the power of the iPad and iPhone and gives college and high school students a comprehensive essay writing digital textbook combined with a full-featured writing platform.