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Apps for iPhone and Android
Looking to learn a language, make the most of your daily commute, then download one of these apps and set a target to learn a language. Here is our collection of top 5 best language apps for iOS (iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch) and they are totally free. The Top 5 FREE Language Apps The best […]
Inspired by the “What will your verse be?” marketing drive for the iPad Air by Apple, I thought I would list a number of Apps that I know and use personally as well as those recommended by leading review sites that use the on-board sensors (microphone and GPS) , connectivity and cameras creatively.
More and more teachers and educator are starting their own blog to publish education related content from lesson plans, course materials to video tutorials. This provides the students that they teach, access to targeted learning resources. Being on a blog also meant that these resources are available online for other students and schools. This indirectly […]
Not too long ago, we reviewed a free video converter application from Freemake. It had all the features that you could ever need on a video converter but it was only available for PC. So we scouted around for one that was available on both the PC and MAC and found a video converter very similar […]
We reviewed the cloud based online editor right out of the Internet browser in our article Free Online Photo Editors Review. However, we are here this time to check out the Pixlr photo editing apps. Pixlr have made them available for both Android and iOS platforms. We reviewed a handful of free photo editing apps before, […]
Cloud computing is all the rage at the moment with more and more web apps designed to do everything that its desktop counterparts are capable of. The benefits are the applications and its’ data are stored securely in the cloud and accessible from any platform, without the need to install, maintain and backup the software […]
We recently posted a review of the Top 5 Free Camera App Alternatives and hope you have found it useful. To develop the mobile photography theme further we thought it would be useful to share our thoughts on the Top 5 Free Photo Editor Apps. It is nothing short of amazing to think that a […]
School districts and administrators contemplating BYOD—Bring-Your-Own-Device— should consider the benefits of enabling students to use personal smartphones, tablets and laptops in and outside the classroom. Provided the right IT environment is in place—one that supports secure, multi-device accessibility—students can gain universal access to existing applications, virtual desktops and digital learning resources, independent of the device […]
Are you bored of the limiting standard Camera app on your iPhone of iPad? Did you know that there is a wealth of effects, filters and a host of additional features waiting for that budding photographer in you? Here, we take a look at 5 free camera apps that will certainly make you want to […]
Flickr is one of the many photo sharing sites offering free and paid access to an online storage for your photos. Other similar services include Picasa Web Albums, PhotoBucket, SnapFish and Blipfoto. Most photo sharing sites are free to start with, offering a basic account with limited storage space but allows you to buy extra […]
FREE APP GIVEAWAY For a limited time only, Numeracy App is available FREE for five lucky winners as a Giveaway. To participate in the draw scheduled for 1th of February 2013, simply leave us a comment below and sign-up for updates on this blog. For an even greater opportunity to win, Like ColourMyLearning on Facebook too. […]
Not that you need to backup your Android’s Contact book as this is Sync-ed with Google’s cloud but if you ever need to have a copy of all your contacts from your smartphone or tablet on a different platform or application, here is how to backup your Android’s Contact without having to connect to a […]
The first in our series on “100 Free Web Tools for Schools” is one from Google called Hangouts. Google+ Hangouts is a group video, voice and text chat platform that allows up to 10 people to get together online at the same time. This free communication tool is comparable to Skype premium where if you […]
Telling the Time is no easy task to learn. The combination of having to correctly identify the short hand for hours and the long hand for minutes, and then having to associate each with different numbering values. We have published a round-up on teaching time resources for schools, but what about learning at home? Apart from […]
With all the pre-launch rumours floating around about iPhone 5 and now that 12 Sept is over, what have we learnt… Here is the low down on all the key specifications of the iPhone 5 in contrast to its previous generation, the iPhone 4S and how the built-in Apps and hardware are useful for education.
While many mobile devices, smart phones and tablets, be it on an Android or iOS platform comes with a multitude of apps pre-loaded, the one think that they lack is a good task list app. Users would use the Notes app on their iPhone or iPad and Memo or 3rd Party Apps on the Android […]
Twitter, much like Facebook, has the ability to set most people on opposite, potentially warring paths – you either absolutely LOVE IT, or absolutely HATE IT. To top it all, with the great debate surrounding the use of social media in schools, it must seem callous of me to recommend that schools start Tweeting and […]