Diigo is a very popular social bookmarking service because it offers excellent features for bookmarking, annotating, and sharing. With Diigo’s Power Note app installed on your Android device you can enjoy many of the things that you like about the web-based version of Diigo on your phone or tablet. Power Note is a free Android […]
Minus is a free app and service for sharing files between your Android devices and your computers. You can share files through Minus by uploading them from your device to your account or by capturing images and videos with your device. Minus does offer some basic image editing tools. With a Minus account (free for […]
Browsing the Android Market for apps that perform the functions you want can be a time-consuming process. Recently, through Paul Hamilton’s excellent blog, I learned about a search tool that aims to help you find apps in less time than you can by searching or browsing the Android Market. Quixey is a search engine for […]
One of the nervous habits that most people have when they speak to a large audience is to speak too quickly. This is especially true for students who are giving presentations to a group for the first time. PaceRecorder is a free Android app that aims to help people better pace their speeches. PaceRecorder is […]
If lesson planning around the Common Core standards is something that you have to do, the Mastery Connect Common Core app could be helpful to you. The app is designed to help educators quickly locate the common core standards for mathematics and language arts. To locate standards through the app just select the content you teach and […]
Parts of this post originally appeared on my other blog, FreeTech4Teachers.com. Google Keep is a great Android app for writing short notes and setting...
There are certainly many more solid apps available for Android tablets than there were a few years, yet there are still many times when someone will ask me if...