Posts tagged education

Torah Bundle Integrates Jewish Studies and Hebrew Word Processing

 Torah Bundle Integrates Jewish Studies and Hebrew Word Processing The Torah Research Bundle for iOS, now which includes Torah Library, a search and study app for classic Jewish texts, and Davka Hebrew Writer, a Hebrew-English word processor, for iPhone and iPad.

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Today in History Launches updates for iOS and Android

 Today in History Launches updates for iOS and Android Today in History, which launched in 2009, provides users with a visual and text time capsule of what transpired on any particular day in history – everything from fascinating facts, to interesting tidbits, to “strange-but-true” trivia, and more. In total, Today in History’s database has over 150,000 historical facts, and more are added regularly by Downshift LLC staff.

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News from Kirkville: the iTunes guy with tips, tricks and news

Kirk McElhearn is the Ask the iTunes Guy Our good friend Kirk McElhearn sends all kinds of great tips all the time, and with the new Music, he really deserves the “iTunes Guy” moniker he’s achieved. Here’s another batch of our favorites from August and September:

  • iOS 9 Spotlight App Search: All Apps Enabled by Default Doesn’t Make Sense
  • iOS 9 Sync Issues, and Shares a Trick for Syncing Videos Efficiently
  • Not Convinced by Apple Music? Here’s How to Turn Off Auto-Renewal
  • New Find My iPhone/iPad/iPod touch Feature in iOS 9
  • How to Use Content Blockers (Ad Blockers) in iOS 9
  • Publishers Neglect of Ebook Quality is Frustrating
  • iOS 9 Security and Privacy Features Explained
  • Adjust 3D Touch Sensitivity on the iPhone 6s
  • Quickly check your battery levels.
  • Why I’m Paying for Apple Music
  • The Many Ways I Avoid Ads
  • Apple’s Bloated Website
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Today in History Launches updates for iOS and Android

 Today in History Launches updates for iOS and Android Today in History, which launched in 2009, provides users with a visual and text time capsule of what transpired on any particular day in history – everything from fascinating facts, to interesting tidbits, to “strange-but-true” trivia, and more. In total, Today in History’s database has over 150,000 historical facts, and more are added regularly by Downshift LLC staff.

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iScape for iOS – Visualize The Perfect Landscaping Project

 iScape 2.5.2 for iOS - Visualize The Perfect Landscaping Project Home Revivals has released iScape, an important update to its popular virtual landscaping design app for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. iScape’s powerful technology supplies the design tools users need to easily create and share virtual renderings of their outdoor spaces. While great artists can visualize how a design will look without ever putting paint on the canvas, most people can use all the help they can get, and that’s where the iScape app comes in handy.  Continue reading »

CollabraCam 2.0 is now available with 1080p HD video capture and more

CollabraCam 2.0 is now available with 1080p HD video capture and more Apptopus has loaded CollabraCam 2.0 into the App Store, and the first edition of the CollabraCam User Guide on iBooks. This update provides 1080p HD video capture, increased video quality and significantly reduced time to transfer clips from cameras to the director.

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Verba 3D – First of a kind, free app for adding true 3D text to photos

 Verba 3D - First of a kind, free app for adding true 3D text to photos How many times have you wanted to dress up your photos with 3D type? None? Well with all the horrible photography we’re seeing on the web these days, you’d think somone would like to have something to dress up that crap! Verba 3D is an all new iOS application for adding stunning 3D text to photos.

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PlayScreen launches Geographical Knowledge Game for iOS

PlayScreen launches Geographical Knowledge Game for iOS PlayScreen, LLC today is delighted to announce the release of What’s The State 1.0, a free photo trivia game developed for iPhone and iPad devices. What’s The State challenges players to recognize all 50 states, on a map or individually. Fun for all ages, this game features a simple interface, text hints, “ask a friend” and the ability to share your achievements on social networks.

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CarQuiz Math Game Combines Something Kids Hate With Something They Love

CarQuiz Math Game Combines Something Kids Hate With Something They Love CarQuiz Math Game has launched on the App Store and customer reviews have been very positive! Check out what customers are saying about CarQuiz:

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Cardflow+ for the iPad

MADE IN AMERICA Seattle, Washington – Qrayon has announced the release of Cardflow+ for the iPad, the latest in their line of digital stationery products. Cardflow+ simulates working with collections of index cards organized on a large board. Use them for everything from drafting screenplays and wireframes, to managing projects and task lists.  Continue reading »

Angie’s Stories Encourages Kids to Read, Draw and Play

Angie's Stories Encourages Kids to Read, Draw and Play Finding fun, educational apps that encourage kid’s creativity is understandably a high priority for many parents. Answering the call is 4Axis Solutions, the team responsible for “Drawing Desk” an app which has gained over five million downloads at the App Store, and their recent release “Angie’s Stories”. Continue reading »

The One Song Workout helps break through workout boredom

One Song Workout launches on the iTunes App Store Cullaboration Media has rolled out One Song Workout 1.0, its new fitness app developed for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. The One Song Workout helps break through workout boredom by creating fresh workouts based on a user’s favorite songs. Inspired by the 7-minute workout popularized by the New York Times, the One Song Workout adds variation and entertainment to make the workout experience more enjoyable.

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An Encore for CES Unveiled Paris

Unveiled Paris CES UGNN

UGNN Infomanager The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)® has announced that the third annual CES Unveiled Paris will be held on Wednesday, October 21, 2015 at the Pavillon Cambon-Capucines in Paris, France. Registration is now open for CES Unveiled Paris, one in a series of the global CES Unveiled events designed to bring innovative technology companies, top press, industry analysts, buyers and key consumer electronics (CE) influencers together to showcase new products and tech trends leading up to CES 2016®. Owned and produced by CEA, CES 2016 will run Wednesday, January 6-Saturday, January 9, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Named the Best App for Parents at CES 2015, Yuggler is Going Free

 Named the Best App for Parents at CES 2015, Yuggler is Going Free There are tons of apps for life before we have kids: We date on Match, have regrettable hookups on Tinder and find the best brunch places to cure our hangovers on Yelp. Then we have kids. And then what? If you aren’t looking to offload your kids with Sittercity, what do you do? What if you just want to find something awesome to do with your whole family? That’s where Yuggler comes in! The news is, Yuggler, theaward winning App for defeating family boredom in seconds will be free now and forever.

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From The Frontline — Digital Ethics: Spring 2015

2015 Spring Digital Ethics, Digital Citizenship and Internet Safety News briefs for students, parents and professionals living, learning and teaching in the digital world
      It’s Spring Time in the Valley… all that snow shoveling is just a memory now. This Spring edition of the Frontline features curriculum ideas and tools for schools to teach digital citizenship and internet safety. Many divisions are in the midst of digital conversions. That process brings new directions and methodology for student generated activities and learning.

But first, some “overstuffed links”, current trends and information on cellphones, apps, privacy, parenting and digital ethics.


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