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 […]
Magisto is a free video creation and editing application for Android and iOS. Using Magisto you can mix together raw video clips, pictures, and sounds on your phone or tablet to create a video. A new Magisto feature only available for Android users allows you to draw on frames in your video clips and add […]
WeVideo is a cloud-based video editing service that I have been promoting in my workshops and on Free Technology for Teachers for the last year. WeVideo has offered an Android app for a while. WeVideo Camera allows you to record pictures and raw video and upload it to one of your existing projects. This weekend […]
Lapse It is an Android app that makes it easy to create short time lapse videos. The app comes in two versions, free and pro ($1.99). The free version is adequate for most uses, but the pro version offers additional editing effects and a much higher output resolution. To create a time lapse video with […]
Touch Van Gogh is a free Android app available through the Van Gogh Museum. Through the study of three paintings featured on the app students can learn about...
Comics Head is an Android app (free and paid versions available) for creating comic strips on your tablet. The app makes it easy to create comics even if, like...