iAnnotate is a free Android app for drawing, highlighting, and typing on top of PDFs that you access on your Android tablet or phone. In a classroom setting iAnnotate could be used by students to highlight important passages or ask questions about a passage in a document that you’ve shared with them. For example, if I […]
A couple of weeks ago I published posts about the apps that I use the most on my iPad and on my laptop. Those posts proved to be popular so I thought that I should create a similar post about my Android phone. These are the apps that I use the most on my Android […]
Scan To PDF is an Android app that makes it easy to take a picture of a document and upload to Google Drive as a PDF. To use Scan to PDF start by taking a picture of the document, crop it, and click the share button. The share menu will give you the option to […]
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 […]
CamScanner is an Android app that you can use to scan documents, business cards, receipts, or any other pieces of paper that you have. To use CamScanner just center your phone or tablet’s camera over a document and take a picture. CamScanner then converts your image to a PDF that you can send to DropBox, […]
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...