Last fall StudyBlue introduced a free app for creating and studying flashcards on iPhones and Android phones.
I just found out about Conceptboard , a cool visual collaboration tool, from the company itself.
GarageBand for iPad is an amazing app for anyone with a stake in music at all.
"Booktype is becoming the ideal platform for open publishing. With the booksprint methodology, Booktype enabled us generate the Spending Data Handbook in a few days, while remaining open to feedback and development."
Diptic ( iTunes link ) is a fun and useful photography app that I have been using for a few months now.
A couple of months ago I shared a new collaborative task management tool called Fetchnotes .
Fact checking has its origin in the early 20th century, when magazines began to verify statements made in non-fictional texts prior to publication. This practice increases credibility and trustworthiness of articles and documents. Today, fact checking is often associated with political journalism, but can of course be used in any field, including your homework.
The popular student blog provider Edublogs released a new free iPad and iPhone app today.
Six months ago I shared a list of good file sharing tools for teachers and students.
Drop Canvas is a new service offering very simple file sharing.
Big news: We're introducing a free plan! Here's a normal video we made that talks about the boring details
Your iPhone’s camera can do more than just take photos. It can also help you record measurements for do-it-yourself projects. I recently tested two apps—one that lets you record measurements on the photos you snap and another that also taps into your iPhone’s accelerometer to do the measuring for you.
PrintableFlashCards.net is a new advertiser on Free Technology for Teachers.
Through a recent blog post by Angela Maiers I discovered a nice service for finding and sharing ebooks. The service is called ebook browse and it's similar to services like Scribd and DocStoc .
When I was 14 years old, I bought a CD full of sound effects. I paid good money for it, too. The CD included around 20-30 sound effects of everything from a baby crying to ocean waves, and I would pop it in my CD player and listen to the sound effects.