September , 2015
Below is a collection of some interesting iPad apps that have gone free today and only for a limited period of time. Some of these apps have already been reviewed in previous posts here in EdTech and mLearning but since they are free we thought you might want to give them a try if you haven’t already done so.
‘CloudBeats connects to all of your cloud storage services including DropBox, Box, OneDrive, Google Drive and Mediafire and streams your music directly from the cloud. Offline mode allows you to download your favorite albums and songs for offline playback – meaning that you can listen to music, even when you aren’t connected to the internet.’
‘Now you can use DrawOnMap to indicate your position, annotate the map, and share to your friend. Some of its features includes: You can use different kinds of color and size of stroke to annotate on the map, and send it by email, messages;share the map to Twitter, Facebook; Choose satellite and hybrid view in map; Save the map to albums, so you can use other apps to process. It also supports AirDrop & AirPrint.’
‘Save copied text too easily and quickly. QuickClip is very useful clipboard manager.
You can quickly and easy copy and paste.’
‘GSDfaster is a Premium Productivity tool to getting stuff done FASTER and stress-FREE. GSDfaster empowers you to offload your ideas & stuff into a trusted source. When you have free time, you process it using the GTD method.’
‘Schulte table is a great app to improve your peripheral vision and speed reading. This application has a long list of features such as in-depth customization, detailed statistics of the results and online leaderboards. ’