Archive | March, 2012

Try WeVideo’s Camera App for Collaborative Video Creation

Cross-posted at Free Technology for Teachers. WeVideo is a collaborative, online video creation and editing tool that I’ve been quite excited about since last fall. In January they left beta and opened to the whole world. Their latest update was the launch of a free Android app. The WeVideo Android app will allow you to […]

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3 Panoramic Photo Apps I’m Trying Next Week

Next week I’m heading going to Bow Island, Alberta to speak at the Teacher 2 Teacher conference. Rarely do I get to squeeze a recreational element into my trips, but next week thanks to Jen Deyenberg I will get to do a little hiking in Calgary before the conference. It’s been six years since I […]

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Enjoy TED Talks Offline on Your Android Tablet

There are other apps in Google Play that feature TED Talks, but until last week there wasn’t an official TED Talks app. The new official TED Talks app for Android has some handy features. The most notable feature of the TED Talks app for Android is the option to download talks to your Android device. […]

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AirDroid – Control Your Android Device from Your Computer

AirDroid is an Android app that you can use to control your Android device(s) from your computer. Once you have the app configured on your Android device and on your computer you will be able to wirelessly transfer files between your desktop and your Android device. You can also access all of the contacts stored […]

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Smart Tools for Your Android Device

Smart Tools Co. is a developer of handy Android apps for measuring things. Some of the free apps that they offer include Smart Measure, Sound Meter, Vibration Meter, Speed  Gun, and Smart Protractor. Smart Tools also offers pro versions of those apps. I’m not a mathematics teacher and admittedly my geometry skills are rusty, but […]

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