Ninja Girl Alphabet Animals is a free Android app designed to help children learn to recognize the letters of the alphabet. There are two primary parts to the app. The first part is a row of letters of the alphabet. When children tap a letter they hear it pronounced and an image of animal whose […]
The MIT App Inventor is an excellent free tool that everyone can use to create their own Android apps. The MIT App Inventor website includes a section for educators that want to have their students create apps. The education section of the MIT App Inventor website includes lesson resources and a lengthy tutorial section. But […]
Cycling the Alps is a new Android app version of the popular website of the same name. Cycling the Alps offers dozens of virtual tours of the Alps just as you would see them if you were on a bicycle tour of the Alps. You can take Google Earth tours of the Alps on the app. […]
Anatomy 3D from Anatronica is a nice app for students studying anatomy and physiology. The app provides students with a 3D model that they can tap, rotate, zoom in on. Students can view the skeleton on its own or view the body with additional system layers. For example, students can turn on the muscle system […]
The Write app from Stylus Labs is a slick little app for handwriting notes or longer documents on your Android tablet. The app has all of the features that you might expect to find like pen stroke color and thickness adjustments. What makes Write stand out is the selection of editing tools that it offers. […]
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...