Latest ipad apps blogs
I've never worked on a Mac. I don't even own an iPhone. But one night four months ago, I borrowed an iPad from our Technology Department to see what all the fuss was about. As a baseball coach and sponsor of our school's broadcasting club, I thought the iPad might be useful for video analysis and editing. And it is. What I never expected was to find so many practical functions for my classroom. The iPad has changed the way I teach high school English, and there’s a pretty good chance it can change the way you teach, too.
If you've been looking for a game that will keep the kids occupied; then Bam! Jr. is what you have been looking for. This particular game is fast paced, practicing colors, and really stimulates the brain with optical illusions. In other words, you have to be pretty quick to win this game. So, what is the overall object?
There are many different things to learn and see with Deluxe Moon HD. In fact, if you are unfamiliar with astrology and the moon phases; the initial page might be a bit confusing! But, this doesn't take away from the very cool effects that it provides. So, what exactly is the purpose of this app?
The Vikersund ski flying app is a simple game where you play as a skier who is attempting a ski jump. You tap to begin skiing down the hill and at the right moment you tap the screen to jump. The goal is to get as far as possible during your jump. You can play either single player or against someone. Single player you have to beat scores which are computer generated, of course for multi-player you are going against your friend.
The iPhone and iPad have been extremely popular for a number of things since they came out but one thing which has been surprising by many is how many great educational uses there is for them. One type of education app which many people might never know about is those which are designed for very young children. The music color app is designed to not only help little kids learn their colors but also get a great appreciation for music. The app is set up with large panels of different colors for little kids to choose and interact with in a simple way.
Among the first apps I reviewed when I started blogging at iPhoneLife way back in 2008 (ages ago, I know) was a dictionary app--Webster's Collegiate (here for the review) from Paragon--and the basic concept then for finding word information was much like the TWIG Touch Dictionary for iPad now. You would start by typing a word into a search box, which would ultimately result in informative word results appearing. The similarities end there however, as to contrast that early app version of Webster's (while effective) with TWIG would be like comparing a Fiat to a Ferrari. The TWIG Touch Dictionary is truly an app worthy of iPad. It's clever use of a mind map-based interface and touch manipulation is stunning, both in terms of innovative design and elegance.
This blog post was originally written by one of my developers and I thought I would share it with the iPhone Life community, especially those interested in developing their own apps. For those that are thinking about developing an app, make sure that you create your own developer account for $99 and don't simply use the account of whatever company you choose to develop your app - see below for the main reasons why.
The Stone Age game is a fairly straight forward game with a top down view where you control a cave man who is out hunting for meat. On the iPhone the controls are fairly simple with moving is done by tilting the device left or right. Attacking is done by simply tapping the screen where you want to throw a club and defense works by swiping a finger across the screen.
Hurry, Hurry. Pocket Informant is on sale until February 18. You can scoop the iPad app for $9.99 instead of $14.99 and the iPhone/iPod Touch app for $7.99 instead of $12.99.
If you are a Tumblr fan, and looking for an app that makes it easy to follow your favorite photo blogs (or find new ones), TumbleOn might be just what you have been looking for. In similar fashion to reader apps like Pulse, TumblOn leverages the smooth side-scrolling features of the iPad touch screen to make it easy to browse your favorite feeds. The app also provides handy quick-pick services that help you drill down on the best blog content, and even reblog it on your own tumblelog site.
Best iPad Apps
Searching for the best iPad apps and are wondering where you should even begin? Look no further than iPhone Life Magazine. We have reviews on tons of articles on popular applications and many others that you may wish to know more about. Perhaps you don't know what is out there and what they can do? We work to write reviews on the most popular apps, kids apps, and so much more so that you can simply go through our website and find new and exciting articles on the games, utilities, maps and many more that you may want.
Another great tool is to know when you should start building you mobile apps for IOS 5. These kind of tools can help you to discover more about your device, new ways to utilize all of the features on your device and when to do it. Whether you are an Apple fanatic or simply new to the iPad world, you can find information that will help guide you through any troubleshooting. If your problem is more general and you simply want to have a more basic understanding of your iPad, then feel free to view the following link that answers many of your questions (Volume 3, Issue 3). If you would like to know about the Love, Hate relationship with Apple, then the link provided can give you more of a background to all of the users claims. Now, if your problem is more specific and will require more intense and a time laboring effort, then try searching our database for an article that already has the answer. If that doesn't work, then feel free to contact us and please subscribe so that we may address your questions and keep you up to date on everything that we do here at iPhone Life Magazine.
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