Below is a collection of some good new web tools and mobile apps we have meticulously curated from the popular platform Product Hunt. The purpose is to keep you abreast of the latest releases in the world of educational technology. We invite you to check them out and share with us your feedback. Enjoy
Meta allows you to search your Desktop, Google Drive, Dropbox, Gmail, Evernote, and everything else as easily as you’d search the Internet. Meta links with your Dropbox, Google Drive, Evernote, and other cloud accounts, as well as your computers and hard drives, so you can access and share any file from one simple interface.
2- Remotely- Access your desktop computer anywhere
‘Connect to your home or work Mac from anywhere and browse all of your files. Remotely creates a secure, encrypted point-to-point connection with your Mac no matter what type of network it’s on. No port forwarding or configuration required. Never be without that important file– just connect to your Mac; browse (or search) for the file you want; view, share, or even download it.’
Based on musicological evidence, exclusive insider knowledge and specially tailored to your individual needs, Fretello helps you learn guitar faster, more effectively, and permanently. It detects how you play, selects your optimal practice tempo and adapts to your progress.
The Wikiverse project is an interctive 3D visualization of Wikipedia, reimagined as a cosmic web of knowledge.
Thesaurus Pro gives synonyms for any term. Most Thesauruses only provide synonyms for singular nouns, and verbs in the infinitive form (i.e. they provide synonyms for ‘walk’ but not for ‘walked’ or ‘walking’).
6- JuniorTube – Videos for Kids Under 13
Kids 2-12 y.o. discover and watch entertaining and educational Internet videos — pre-approved, on demand, organized by age and interests.
ChalkMotion is a collaborative library of simple hand drawn images and online presentation tool, designed to help visualize and share ideas.