Archive | February, 2012

The BBC News Android App is a Slick News Viewer

The BBC News Android App has been available to users in the U.K. for a while. Now it is available to everyone else too. The app is optimized for use on Android tablets running Android 3.0 and higher. I installed the app on my Samsung Galaxy Tab and tried it out this morning. A couple of […]

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Collaboration Comes to Google Docs for Android

Earlier this month Google added a couple of nice enhancements to Google Docs for Android, but it still didn’t include the collaborative experience that you find on the web version of Google Docs. Yesterday, that changed. Yesterday, Google announced the addition of collaboration to the free Google Docs for Android app. Now you can collaborate […]

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GradeDroid – Two Student Android Apps in One

GradeDroid is a free app that is one part flashcard generator and one part GPA calculator. The flashcard aspect of GradeDroid allows you to create and study flashcards directly on your phone or tablet without the need to sync your device to an external website. You can easily add or delete flashcards from the menu. […]

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Try Mindjet for Mind Mapping on Android Devices

Mindjet for Android is a free app for creating mind maps on your Android phone or Android tablet. I have to admit that at first some of the utilities of Mindjet were a little tricky to figure out, I’m still not sure what the purpose of one of them is, but the more I explored […]

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Painless Pre-Algebra from Barron’s Educational Apps

Barron’s Educational Apps offers seven free Android apps for practicing mathematics, science, grammar, and spelling skills. These apps are designed to correspond to Barron’s series of Painless books like Painless Pre-Algebra. While Barron’s would love for you to buy their books, you can use these apps without buying the books. I tried two of Barron’s […]

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