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 one of my recommended tools is available for Android. In no particular order, here are five of my most frequently recommended tools that will work on […]
A couple of months ago I included WeVideo in my list of Android apps for creating flipped lessons. WeVideo’s Android app allows you to create and edit videos on your tablet or phone. If you’re looking to create a slide-by-slide instructional video in which you or your students talk about what’s happening on the screen, […]
There is no shortage of iPad apps for creating flipped video lessons. Android users aren’t as lucky. Finding good Android apps to use for creating instructional videos can be difficult. Here are three that I’ve found and like. The simplest app on this list is Clarisketch. Clarisketch is a free Android app that has great potential for […]
Scenescout is a free Android app (an iOS version is also available) designed to help users plan their video projects. Scenescout offers a location service to help users find suitable locations for shooting the kind of footage they want to create. Users of the app can flip through pictures taken at various locations in their […]
For quite a while now Explain Everything has been a popular iOS app for creating flipped classroom videos. Last week I learned from Greg Kulowiec that it is now available on Android tablets too. Explain Everything for Android allows you to create explanatory videos with drawings, text, pictures, PDFs, and your voice. On Explain Everything […]
GoConqr is a service that offers tools for creating flashcards and mind maps. The GoConqr Flashcard app for Android allows students to develop sets of...
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...