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4 Excellent iPad Apps for Creating Educational Comic Strips

November 5, 2016
Below are some very good iPad apps you can use with your students in class to create educational comic strips. Students can use them to work on writing projects, engage in  storytelling activities , photo journalling and many more. The apps are very simple to install, easy to use and students will absolutely love them. Check them out and share with your colleagues. Enjoy


1- Comic Puppets Lite


‘ComicPuppets for iPhone and iPad provides you with all the tools to express your creativity.
Join the community of "comic puppeteers" too by using the vast gallery of characters and backgrounds, or by creating new ones with your own photos. You decide the ideal position of the character: thanks to the joints of the limbs, this will be easy and funny. Then add wigs, hats, expressions and objects. Fill the balloons in with jokes, wishes for a Merry Christmas or a happy birthday.’

2- Comic Life 3

‘Packed with fonts, templates, balloons, captions, and lettering art, Comic Life is a fun, powerful and easy-to-use app that makes creating comics easier than ever. And now you can build your comics anywhere you like! Easily go from taking photos to creating full comics all on one device with full page templates and panel layouts. Create original stories with the integrated Script Editor then drag and drop your words to the comic page when you're done.’

3- Pixton Cmic Maker


‘Choose a background and characters, add speech bubbles, and you're done! Or, use Pixton in advanced mode and control every element of your comic.’

4- Comics Head


‘The App is an easy to use comic creator and a self-publishing tool that lets you to create your own storyboards, photo comics, business presentations or class projects! If you have an idea, you can instantly create visually dazzling content on the go. Get started quickly by choosing from our many templates and inbuilt cartoon characters and other assets. Go viral with your unique ideas by sharing them on Facebook, Twitter or email.’