40 Useful iPad Apps With Beautiful Interfaces
May 7th, 2010 40 Useful iPad Apps With Beautiful Interfaces If you have an iPad, you are probably wondering what apps you should load up your iPad with. If you don’t have an iPad, bookmark this post and come back later when you get yours. I received my iPad a few weeks ago and the first time I got it, I surfed around looking for iPad app round ups. Below are 40 carefully handpicked iPad apps that I find useful and well designed. Enjoy! Weather Station Pro [$1.99 | Website | iTunes Link] Turn your iPad into a weather station and check weather conditions and forecasts at your current location and other locations worldwide. NewsRack [$4.99 | Website | iTunes Link] NewsRack is a full-featured RSS reader for your iPhone and iPad. Evernote [Free | Website | iTunes LInk] Evernote is the popular note taking app you should have known by now. Articles [$0.99 | Website | iTunes LInk] With Articles, you can easily read and discover Wikipedia articles on your iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. SoundPaper Ego Instapaper
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40 Amazingly Educational iPad Apps for Kids
Adults are obsessed with the new iPad, but have you ever thought about sharing your new toy with your kids? Just like online education games provide kids with fun outlets for learning, iPad apps help your kids review basic skills, improve critical thinking and decision-making skills, and even learn to read. Hand over your iPad this summer, and take a look at these 40 amazingly educational and fun iPad apps for kids. Language and Vocabulary Here you’ll find apps for learning the alphabet, using the dictionary, reviewing grammar rules, and more. History These American and world history apps involve your kids in making decisions that determine the success or decline of whole civilizations. Math and Science These apps use flash cards, games and interactive displays to teach your kids about math, astronomy and more. Reading Help your children learn to read and get excited about reading the classics with these apps. Art and Music General Education and Life Skills
14 brilliant examples of brands using interactive offline advertising
Digital marketing, communications and advertising isn’t now just restricted to the internet, especially as online channels continue to develop and merge into offline ones. For example, we’re seeing traditional advertising space, such as television and outdoor display evolving into digitally-driven platforms, like connected TV and electric billboards. Here are 14 truly great examples of where technology acts as the glue between digital and traditional advertising space... Adobe Adobe makes a great effort to use an interactive billboard to reflect the possibilities of its CS3 product. Barclays Building an interactive, 34-metre long walkway in an airport is no mean feat, but Barclays managed to pull it off effortlessly. Chanel Even luxury brands are getting in on the action, with Chanel opting for an interactive window in one of its storefronts. Coca-Cola FMCGs are heavy brand advertisers and by creating an interactive kiosk, Coke is entering exciting new territory. Diesel Footlocker/Nike Nestlé Nike
An iPad in Every Classroom: Teacher Tested, Student Approved! « Wired Educator
We’ve moved! Wired Educator’s new site is: really want you to see the new site. It looks better, reads better, and contains our most recent articles.Please consider:• Subscribing to our email updates at the new site.• Bookmarking our new site address.• Adding our RSS to your feed.• Recommending our new site to a friend. On opening day I stood in line at my nearest Apple Store for the release of the iPad. Sure, I was anxious to experience the latest and greatest from Cupertino, but I also wanted to test its capabilities in the classroom. •Where does the iPad fit in education? First and foremost, the iPad is a great addition to any classroom. Fast and Easy to Use: When I passed my iPad around the room there was absolutely no instruction needed. Great Content Viewer: The iPad is an incredible device for viewing content. The Best eReader Available: I have read books on a Kindle, on my computer, and even on my iPhone and iPod Touch. It’s on INSTANTLY!
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