Category Archives: iPhone/iPod/iPad Apps

Do you want to text to a group for free on the iPhone?

Disco Messenger for iPhone on the iTunes App Store. Pretty good reviews at the moment. This could be a great way for any kind of group management.

How Important have Apps become? [Infographic] (via Teknophilia)

Fun graphic. Great find. I have considered making my own Infographic. Has anyone made one of their own?

How Important have Apps become? [Infographic] Click the picture for a large version. Source: Flowtown … Read More

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Thief Lupin! for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad on the iTunes App Store

Thief Lupin! for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad on the iTunes App Store. Fun free app that has lots of variety.

Apps for Children with Special Needs (via Different Roads to Learning Blog)

Nice that there is a review for people with these needs. It really is great how everything is being curated these days.

Apps for Children with Special Needs For all you technophiles who are loving using the iPad with your students and children, this website – Apps for Children with Special Needs – is going to knock your socks off. They’re completely on top of all the new educational apps coming out. They list each one, explaining their features in detail and even provide a video of the app in use so you can decide if it’s right for you before shelling out the money. This is a GREAT site that we highl … Read More

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Free iPad app offers software training

This is kind of cool. I don’t have a way to test this free application but if you do, please let me know. Is it better quality computer training that what you can find on YouTube?

Which Apps Give Away the Most Information About You? Gadget Reviews … – StumbleUpon

Which Apps Give Away the Most Information About You? Gadget Reviews … – StumbleUpon. Nice to know which apps to avoid. You might also be interested in this problem with iPad security.

Visually Impaired (via Pocketmints)

Some free and paid apps for those with visual problems. I might be using one of these in a few years. Beautiful writeup and examples and links.

Visually Impaired The iPhone is a beautiful product. The best mobile applications are beautiful products. We constantly hear about great looking apps, whether that’s in ‘top 100 lists’ or simply reviews from the appstore, but how about users with visual impairments?If you have 20×20 vision you might not give it a second thought. However, this area of innovation is pointing us toward a glimpse of an exciting future where integration of mobile technology is genuinel … Read More

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Microsoft introduces OneNote iPhone app Mobile iOS Central Macworld

Microsoft introduces OneNote iPhone app Mobile iOS Central Macworld.  Free pricing?  Stunning change of strategy for Microsoft.