Sector 33 is a free Android game from NASA. The purpose of the game is to play the role of an air traffic controller. As the air traffic controller you have to maintain spacing between planes as they approach the San Francisco airport. The game starts out slowly with two planes traveling as the same […]
Move the Box is an Android app/game that starts out easy enough, but quickly becomes a challenging logic game. The object of the game is to move boxes in the correct sequence in order to make them disappear. To progress through each level you need to move the boxes in the correct sequence in the […]
Hill Climb Racing is a fun Android game that has a little bit of physics built in. The purpose of the game is to reach the end of each level of the race. To reach the end you have to use your allotments of gasoline rationally. In order to do that you must control your […]
Like many people of my generation I loved playing Oregon Trail on my elementary school’s Apple IIe. So when I discovered that an updated version of Oregon Trail is available to play on my Android tablet, I had to install it. Oregon Trail American Settler is an updated version of the classic Oregon Trail game. […]
If your school is using Android devices and you’re looking for a way to keep young students from leaving the set of apps you’ve selected for them, Famigo Sandbox is an app that you should check out. Famigo SandboxÂ is an Android app that allows you to create a “kids-only” section on your Android phone or […]
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...