QR Droid is my favorite free QR code reader for Android devices. QR Droid website offers a free QR code generator that makes it very easy to create a QR code for just about anything. This weekend I installed a free plug-in for QR Droid called QR-GPS Plugin. QR-GPS Plugin works with the free QR […]
Chrome for Android (only available for devices running Ice Cream Sandwich) recently received a couple of handy updates. The first update of note is the option to toggle back and forth between the mobile and desktop version of a website. Some websites and blogs have that feature built-in, but for those that don’t this is […]
If you use the Google Docs for Android app or you are looking for it in Google Play, it has been rebranded Google Drive for Android. Google Drive is Google’s new online file storage and file sharing service. Google Documents will now be a part of Google Drive. The functions of Google Documents will not […]
This is a post that is long overdue. I’ve answered the question, “why did you choose to write about Android apps instead of iOS apps?” many times over the last few months. Here are the answers. I chose to write about Android apps for a few reasons. First, I saw a niche that needed to […]
Part of this post also appeared on Free Technology for Teachers.Â Last month when Instagram became available for Android devices, Android users everywhere, myself included, clamored to install it right away. Instagram provides a platform for adding nice effects to the images you capture on your phone and sharing them with your friends on Twitter, […]
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...