iPhone and iPad apps tagged "science app."
Drawing app iOrnament invites submissions to Ornament World Exhibition
Four months after the release of the iOS drawing app iOrnament the independent label Science-to-touch is launching a new update of this art and science app for creating intriguing ornamental patterns. In Version 1.
Nosy Crow Launches Rounds Franklin Frog, a Life Science App for Children
Independent publisher Nosy Crow is pleased to announce its first non-fiction book app for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch, Rounds: Franklin Frog, is now available on the App Store.
Gravity Force Challenges Players to Master Gravity With Simple Gameplay
Defy gravity with a high-tech version of the old-school hand-held games challenging players to put a ball in a hole. It sounds easy, but Gravity Force is a simple, free game that will challenge you to do just that.
Focus on Earthquakes is Perfect Interactive Study Aid for Students
The digital classroom is getting even closer to being a reality with interactive study aids such as Focus on Earthquakes, a comprehensive overview of the causes and consequences of earthquakes.
Arcade Sim Glow Worm Challenges Players to Capture and Transport Bacteria
AngryOrange Studios today is pleased to announce Glow Worm 1.0 for iOS, their new Sim/Arcade Game that challenges the player to capture and skillfully transport 10 or more bacteria scattered inside a living cell.
6 iPhone Apps for Rocket Scientists and Other Brainy Types
You know how when something is easy, people will say, “Well, it’s not exactly rocket science”? This time, we are literally talking about rocket science. This stuff is tricky, so hard-working rocket scientists need all the help they can get.
StarWalk for iPad is Astronomical
StarWalk for iPad immerses you in the Solar System.
It turns an iPad into a virtual window that reveals constellations and other celestial bodies in real-time. Pinch-to-zoom elegantly focuses in on stars, planets, shooting stars or deep space.
SpaceTime Super Calculator for Advanced Math Functions
SpaceTime. A graphing and scientific calculator built on an advanced mathematics engine. It's not the kind of thing you need every day, but it is the kind of specialized calculator that you expect to pay dearly for when you do need it. If only there was a way to get such a calculator on the iPhone.
Distant Suns 2 Puts Space in Your Pocket
Distant Suns 2: Unleash your inner astronaut -- Judging by the number of pocket planetariums and other astronomy apps in the App Store's inventory, stargazing is not just for fans of Star Wars or astronomy nerds like me.
Pocket Universe is Astronomy Made Easy
Summer is a great time for stargazing and of course your iPhone can aid in that endeavor. Pocket Universe - Your Astronomy Guide by Craic Design is an astronomy guide for iPhone and iPod Touch that has a few good features that utilize the unique capabilities of these devices.
Soar Through Space with a Pocket Planetarium
Planetarium is an iPhone app that puts the solar system in your pocket. Developed by Core Coders, Planetarium features planets displayed in beautiful 3D along with features that allow you to fly across the solar system or watch the rotational orbit of the planets.
Newton's Cradle: Business-Savvy Bodies in Motion
The original Newton's Cradle is a series of metal balls, usually five, hung within a frame by wires or rods that demonstrates the Laws of Conservation of Momentum and Energy.
Working the devise is simple, just pull one of the end balls away from the rest and then let it go.
Star Walk Gets Astronomical Make Over
Mars Explorer: Planetary Rover not yet Ready for Launch
Mars Explorer - A human journey to Mars still may be many years into the future. But a new app wants to put you in the control while cruising around the Red Planet on your iPhone/iPod Touch.
The game is Mars Explorer, and while it has a good concept is still lacking in the execution of some details.
Starmap is for Serious Stargazers Only
When I first downloaded "Starmap" from French Publisher Star-map, I was somewhat disappointed. The star charts were accurate of course, but panning around was clunky, with a low refresh rate.