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5 Handy iPad Apps to Create Infographics

5 Handy iPad Apps to Create Infographics
Have we ever shared infographic creation apps here ? I checked my archive and was surprised to find not one single post on this topic.We have curated several web tools before that help teachers make engaging and visually infographics but only all of those tools are web-based, now comes the turn for some mobile apps. 1- Infographics The Infographics App by Column Five is a selection of our data visualizations and other editorial infographics, which have been created for a wide range of clients. Some are meant to inform, and others are meant to entertain, and we hope you enjoy. 2- Grafio Create business models, flow charts, organizational charts, wire frames, network diagrams, business process diagrams, Venn diagrams, mind maps, mock-ups, text-and-audio notes, sketches and other illustrations. 3- MindMeister MindMeister is the one and only mobile mind mapping app you'll ever need. 4-Maptini 5- Photo Stats

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