For many kids, especially visual learners, algebra is an enigma that confuses and discourages. Fortunately, technology has a way of providing help and the iPad as an educational tool is very useful with the right apps.
App Reviews for iPhone and iPad Devices
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If you've ever used a survey site to earn money, then Mobile Rewards will seem very familiar. Read this review to see if the iPhone app is as rewarding.
- Score: 3.5/5
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Classical Music for Babies provides a streamlined method for playing music designed to enhance the minds of young children using the Mozart effect.
The name's Fox, Spy Fox.
Okay, okay. All cliches aside what we're talking about here is Spy Fox in Dry Cereal, one of the latest 1990's adventure games to find itself ported to the iOS. Along with the likes of Another World, and Putt Putt, it seems one of the big fads for developers is to port old favorites to iOS for a volatile mixture of nostalgia and old-fashioned entertainment — but who could blame them!
ToDo Checklist is an easy to use, full functional event and task organizer app with email, DropBox syncing and more.
- Score: 3.0/5
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There are at least a few iPhone apps that deal directly with sleep - ranging from relaxation and white noise apps to sleep diaries, but DreamBeam, which started as a paid app but is now available for free, is one of the few iPhone apps to lay claim to the concept of dream induction.