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Soon You Will Be Able to Download Podcasts from Google Play

As a devoted Android user the one complaint that I have about Google Play music is the lack of podcast publishing and listening options. According to The Next Web, we will soon be able to download podcasts directly from Google Play music. Podcast producers can now upload their shows to Google Play. I’m hopeful that […]

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Endless Alphabet for Android Helps Students Learn and Spell New Words

Endless Alphabet is an app that has been popular with iPad users for a while. Recently, Endless Alphabet became available for Android users too. Endless Alphabet is designed to help children learn to spell and learn the definitions of new words. The app features a different word for each letter of the alphabet. Each word […]

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Google Play for Education Promises What We’ve Been Waiting For

While I was busy leading a day of learning about iPad apps at Bridgton Academy  Google announced a new service that could make Android tablets a stronger challenger to iPads in education. Google Play for Education (not live yet) promises the features that many of us have wanted for a long time. Google Play for […]

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Google Play Books Update Includes a Read Aloud Feature

I really enjoy reading books on my Nexus 7 tablet. The tablet fits in one hand and I never lose my place in the books that I’m reading through Google Play Books. Today, I learned that the latest update to Google Play Books for Android includes a read aloud option. To activate the read aloud […]

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Where Did the App Market Go? It’s Renamed

Cross posted on Free Technology for Teachers. The big Google news that I missed this afternoon while I was flying to the NCTIES conference is that Google announced the rebranding of the Android Market as Google Play. Google Play is where you can now find the Android apps, Google Music, Google Books, and Google Play Movies. If you have an […]

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