iPhone and iPad apps tagged "teaching tool."
Lots2Spot Developer Launches Second Educational App for iPad
Hiyu2, a game app development company, today announces a fun new "listen and find" iPad app designed to get pre-schoolers excited about learning numbers and letters. The game challenges players to "clean up" the screen as they listen to prompts, and recognize letters and numbers up to twenty.
Night Sky Stars Shine Bright in New App
Dubbed 'Sky Survey', photographer and designer Nick Risinger has released a new iPhone and iPad app that gives users a never before seen view of the heavens. Based on his portrait of the cosmos which gained notoriety in 2011, Sky Survey debuts on the iOS platform to deliver a highly realistic and interactive window to the night sky.
Developer Alexander Watt Builds Apps to Engage Users in Education
Even with a full-time job as a college lecturer, Alexander Watt has built more than half a dozen educational apps.
Today's interview is with independent developer Alexander Watt. In this interview, he answers our questions giving an inside look into what it's like being a part-time iOS developer with a full-time passion.
Don't Drink and Drive! Simulates Driving in a Drunken Stupor
Don’t Drink and Drive! is a new educational game for the iPhone, intended to discourage drinking and driving. Straightforward and well-intentioned as this sounds, it is not what you’re expecting.
ABC Animals is a Solid Teaching Tool for Preschoolers
As a huge proponent of anything that makes learning fun for kids, checking out ABC Animals by Critical Matter, Inc. was a personal pleasure. An educational app aimed at teaching letter recognition and sound to preschoolers through flashcard simulation, ABC Animals is friendly and intuitive and includes a couple of features that makes it very worthwhile.
Cute Origami App is Easy and Cute
Cute Origami from orientmaple.com is an iPhone app containing instructional origami videos. Origami is the traditional Japanese art of paper folding. Intricate pieces of art are made with one square piece of paper, using only geometric folds and requiring no glue or scissors.