November 23, 2015
For this week’s apps gone free series, we have curated for you this list of four interesting educational iPad apps that are free today and only for a limited period of time. The first app is a resume maker which allows students to create unique and professional looking resumes in minutes (another way to create beautiful resumes is by using Google docs resume templates). File Manager Pro is more of an organizational app that allows users to download, organize and view your files on your iPad. As for the third app in the list, this is basically an application that provides multiple features for students including a planner, reminders, note taking, group texting and many more.The last app is Division Flashcard which helps students in grades 2, 3 and 4 build math skills.
‘Resume Maker transforms your iPhone into a portable CV designer. It allows you to create unique resumes in minutes!Just simply enter the information or import from your LinkedIn profile and Resume Maker creates the CV for you with the selected template. Then you can email or print your well designed resume with a press of a button, within the app.’
‘File Manager Pro is the best app to download, organize and view all your files on your iPhone or iPad. It is like the Windows Explorer on your PC or the Finder on your Mac. You can always have your documents right at your fingertips…You can download your files from your computer using iTunes or open documents directly from Email. In addition, File Manager Pro connects to a large variety of cloud services, such as Dropbox or Box.com. With iCloud you can seamlessly synchronize your content on all your iOS devices.’
3- Grade 3
Grades 3 is the ultimate app for students, putting everything you need for your courses in one place.Some its features include: see all your upcoming due dates and tests for the next couple weeks, never miss a group study or test again with automatic reminders for all to-dos and assignments, send group texts and emails right from the app. Yes, and if you really, really wanted to, you can call your professor too…’
‘Building math skills and learning to divide has never been more fun and intuitive! With “Show Me” and “Peek” features, play comes easy even for young learners.This app adheres to Common Core Standards for third grade math and was designed by parents and teachers.’
Courtesy of Apps Gone Free