Art Academy is a free Android app that may be of interest to teachers and students of art history. Art Academy is a catalog of more than 4000 paintings. Each painting is linked to some basic information about the artist who created it. Art Academy also provides links to the museum in which each artwork […]
Animal Life is a nice Android app that puts an encyclopedia of animals on your Android tablet or phone. The app features pictures and sounds of hundreds of animals. Animal Life divides the animals basic categories; mammals, birds, and reptiles. Along with each picture Animal Life provides some basic information about each animal’s habitat, range, […]
Cross-posted on Free Technology for Teachers.Â iNaturalistÂ is a community website for sharing pictures and observations of plants and animals. To enable easy sharing of observations, iNaturalist offers a freeÂ Android appÂ and aÂ free iOS app. Using the apps you can take a picture, geo-locate it, write your observations, and upload to the iNaturalist community. If your observation […]
I included this app in my Christmas Day post 11 Awesome Apps to Try on Your New Android Device, but I think that it deserves a stand alone post of its own. Sync SpaceÂ is a whiteboard app available for Android devices and iOS devices. You can use Sync Space to create drawings and documents on […]
Dropbox is one of my favorite services for saving all kinds of files online.Â Recently, Dropbox added a new auto-sync option for images captured on your Android phone or tablet. Now when you snap a picture it can be automatically uploaded to your Dropbox account. The Google+ Android app also has an auto-upload feature, but there […]
GoConqr is a service that offers tools for creating flashcards and mind maps. The GoConqr Flashcard app for Android allows students to develop sets of...
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...