June 12, 2016
Below is a collection of some good iPad apps that are free today. Some of the things you can do with these apps include: creating and managing to-dos, reminders and notes; design beautiful visuals using a wide variety of professionally made frames; teach your preschoolers math skills of matching, sorting and classifying through shapes and colours; organize and manage screenshots you take by your iPad and much more.
‘Done allows you to easily create and manage your to-dos, notes, and memos. Focusing on the ease of use, Done helps you to interact with your content no matter where you are. Some of its features include: adding photos to notes, organizing content with labels, protecting your privacy with passcode or Touch ID, adding reminders by time and location and many more.’
‘Dozens of custom frames expertly-crafted by renowned photographer Dirk Wuestenhagen, which include high quality scans of vintage paper, worn fabric, weathered stone, and a multitude of other materials and substrates that are then refined, blended, and fine-tuned to perfection in an arduous post-processing regimen aimed at exposing naturally occurring character lines, blemishes, and impurities. Moreover, a great deal of attention is given to specific color tones within an overall limited spectrum of earthy hues that are deemed to work best with images.’
3- Shape Gurus – teach shapes for my preschooler
‘Designed for 2-5 year olds, this game teaches Preschoolers math skills of matching, sorting and classifying by shapes and colours. These are key skills Preschoolers need to acquire based on the American Core Knowledge Preschool sequence. The game is playable in 12 languages: English (US + UK), Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Swedish, Russian, Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, Korean’.
‘DoitQUICKLY is reminders card manager for iPhone & iPad. Add short important reminder as a card with deadline progress bar and time left counter. Key to success is do less but often. The cards typography are screaming on you, like a good sport coach, to keep you motivated. Clear your head, by writing down all important events and set up reminders.’
‘Screenshotter makes it incredibly simple to organize and manage the screenshots you take with your iPhone. It automatically identifies screenshots and makes it easy to organize them into folders.’
Courtesy of Apps Gone Free