Cross-posted from my other blog, Free Technology for Teachers. This afternoonÂ Google releasedÂ a new way to search on your Android tablet and Android phone. Now instead of typing your query into the Google Search box, you can just handwrite a word or phrase to search. See it in action in the video below. For now Handwrite […]
Last week I ordered a Nexus 7 tablet and according to the tracking data it should now be waiting for me at home. I won’t get to try it until Friday night Â when I return from Limestone, Maine where I’m running a couple of workshops this week. But in anticipation of trying my new tablet, […]
Sight Words is a free Android app designed to help pre-K and Kindergarten students learn to read basic vocabulary words. Using the Sight Words app students can read and hear digital flashcards. The narration can be turned off if you want to use Sight Words to quiz students. Sight Words does allow you to customize […]
Office Drop is a service and Android app for scanning and organizing documents. With Office Drop installed on your Android phone or tablet you can use it as a mobile scanner. Office Drop allows you to take a picture of a document to create a PDF. After the PDF is created (Office Drop does the […]
AK Notepad is a free Android app for recording notes on your phone or tablet. AK Notepad has a very simple interface yet still offers some handy features. If you have ever used Color Note you’ll immediately notice some similarities when you open AK Notepad. AK Notepad features a lined paper graphic on which you […]
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...