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Rhondda Powling

CamScanner- A Great App for Scanning, Editing and Sharing Docs ~ Educational Technology... - 1 views

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    "CamScanner is a document scanning and sharing app. It allows you to instantly scan any type of text or graphic and save or share them with others. Using your phone or tablet camera, you can take a photo and CamScanner will automatically enhance the scanned results so you can easily email, print, fax or share them in PDF or PNG format."
    The basic version is available for free
Rhondda Powling

Top 5 Android Apps for Teaching Kids Coding Skills ~ Educational Technology and Mobile ... - 3 views

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    "5 suggestions on some good Android coding apps. This list embeds some really great alternatives to iOS to use on Android. Using these apps students and kids will get to learn coding skills while engaging in funny and enjoyable games and activities."
Rhondda Powling

Wear Audio - Record Audio on Your Android Phone or Watch | Android 4 Schools - 4 views

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    "One of the features of Wear Audio is the ability to adjust the recording quality settings. On Wear Audio you can adjust the audio gain, enable noise and echo suppression, and adjust the audio compression settings.
    If you're looking for an audio recording app that students can use without having to create and remember yet another password, Wear Audio might be the way to go. Students could use the app to record short reflections on what they learned during the week or perhaps start a podcast that they could even publish."
Rhondda Powling

Three Android Apps for Creating Flipped Video Lessons | Android 4 Schools - 2 views

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    3 good Android apps to use for creating instructional videos. Each has been discussed by Richard Byrne to give you a good idea about their strengths nd how they might be used in education.
Rhondda Powling

The Best Language Learning Apps For 2015 - 5 views

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    A nice annotated list here. Although those listed in the post are linked to the iOS versions they are also available from google app store when I checked . (We would not need #5 and #9 so did not check these.)
Ian Guest

Clarisketch - 8 views

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    "Take a picture, talk and draw"
Rhondda Powling

15 Apps You Should Try with Your Students ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning - 7 views

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    A good annotated lists with links to both Android and iOS versions
Rhondda Powling

Free Technology for Teachers: Educators App Turns Your Blog Into an iOS and Android App... - 1 views

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    This could be a useful tool for bloggers
Roland Gesthuizen

How To Measure Cell Signal Strength on Android Phones - Tested - 0 views

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    "Android has not restricted access to this data. In fact, there are even some third party apps you can use to assess your signal strength. We show you how to get a good read on your signal, and even check for dead spots. 
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Rhondda Powling

Try Freehand Mind Mapping With MindBoard Free - 2 views

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    "A mind mapping application for Android devices. The app allows you to create mind maps through freehand drawing and or by typing on the screen. All of the mind maps that you create in MindBoard Free can be saved to your Google Drive account. Once the mind map is in your Google Drive account you can open it on any other device. One of the more thoughtful features of MindBoard Free is palm-input rejection which rejects accidental input from brushing your palm on the screen while writing."
Rhondda Powling

Edublogs Releases A New Android App - 2 views

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    This new app means that Edublogs can be used by almost all of your students. This service offers a good option for classroom blogging and can be on BYOD devices as well as our class tablets.
John Pearce

Sphero | Robotic Gaming System for iOS and Android - 1 views

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    Introducing Sphero 2.0. Choose from over 25 apps and launch a whole new world of mobile gameplay. Drive circles around your friends with Sphero's new engine, turn your living room into a video game with augmented reality apps like The Rolling Dead, and upgrade family game night with multiplayer apps like ColorGrab. You can even get a crash course in programming Sphero with MacroLab.
    Sphero rolls 7 feet per second and pairs to your device via Bluetooth. Powered by induction charging and an internal smart robot, Sphero also glows in millions of colors and is pet proof, waterproof, and ready for any adventure.
Rhondda Powling

Listen to the Web With the Vocalyze Android App - 2 views

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    Useful app that might also be useful for our international students as well as some of the visually impaired (and dyslexic) students.
Rhondda Powling

5 Note-taking Android Apps for Students - 1 views

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    A helpful discussion (allowing for comparison) of 5 free writing apps that could be used by students of varying age groups.
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