VITO Technology is celebrating the one year anniversary tomorrow (Nov 6, 2009) of their award winning Star Walk application. Sorry I got this out late, but evidently you still have a little time to get in on the contest, and possibly some goodies. Prizes will include T-shirts, redeem codes (for Star Walk), and some iTunes $5 gift cards, so get over to their blog and answer the quiz questions for a chance to win!
Do you ever wonder what you can do about global warming? My Carbon helps you determine your personal carbon footprint, the first step in developing a strategy to lower it. I’ve been using this app for some time now and I have found myself more conscious about how much electricity I use, whether I have my foot on the gas peddle when I’m going down hill, and much more. This app really makes you think.
“Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrown upon them.” It’s great to have Shakespeare at your fingertips, whether you’re studying British Lit in high school or taking an advanced seminar on his tragedies in college. This simple but solid app from Readdle contains all of his plays as well as his sonnets and poems. It even has a search feature; type in “a rose” and it comes back with “What’s in a name?
Whether you’re in a lecture hall or studying in the library, Take A Note makes it easy to type out a quick note, snap a photo, make and save a quick sketch, or even capture a short voice memo. You can protect your notes with a password to keep them safe. The app allows you to access your notes from a WebDAV-enabled Mac or PC connected to a Wi-Fi network. You can also send your notes to your professors or fellow students as an e-mail attachment.
This amazing app helps you keep track of your classes and homework—what’s due and when. You can record assignment details, including its title, type, due date, and more. There’s even a place to keep notes about the assignment. I’ve been using iHomework to organize my time as I started work on my PhD dissertation. I love its ability to keep information about my professors; that really helps when I need to clarify class information and homework assignments.