Educational Apps for the iPad, iTouch and iPhone

Education AppsIt seems everyone now has heard of the campaign “There’s an app for that!” and education is certainly no exception.

Even though school is just about done for the year, there is no reason why you can’t start preparing for next year with these educational apps that will surely help you sharpen your knowledge and ace your next exam.

Here is a list of some of the top Apple apps offered for your iTouch, iPod or the newly popular iPad:

The SAT® Vocab Challenge by The Princeton Review aids students as they prepare for their standardized testing. Price $4.99.

Math Cards by DollarApp offers flash cards to improve your math skills. Price: $0.99.

Band by MooCowMusic allows you to create your own music, and it’s one of the most popular apps of all time. Price: $3.99.

The Convert: The Unit Calculator by Tap Tap Tap offers quick and useful conversions for math and science. Price: $1.99.

All The Countries Pro by Evolens Productions Ltd. contains standard information like  country flag, current ruler, area, population, capital, largest cities, languages, ethnicity, religion, literacy rate, economy, government structure and more about all the countries of the world. Price: $4.99.

Kaplan MCAT Comprehensive Flashcards by gWhiz prepares you for the MCAT with its biology, organic and general chemistry and physics features. Price: $34.99.

SketchBook Mobile by Autodesk Inc. won Best App in 2009 for its ability to turn your sketches into works of visual art. Price: $2.99.

The Chemical Touch by Christopher Fennell provides chemical information and an easy-to-understand and easy-to-use Periodic Table of Elements. Price: $0.99.

Sign 4 Me – A Signed English Translator by Vcom3D teaches you sign language in 3D. Price: $9.99.

iHomework by Paul Pilone keeps students’ homework organized. Price $1.99.

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The Best iPad Apps for College Students

10 Responses to “Educational Apps for the iPad, iTouch and iPhone”

  1. Danielle Richardson says:

    This is an absolutely BRILLIANT interactive textbook for literature. My kids have learned so much vocabulary from it, have improved their reading comprehension scores and have actually enjoyed doing it!

    The Great Stone Face published by STOReTALE books, originally written by Nathaniel Hawthorne

  2. Rach says:

    If you are looking for an app that puts your young kids imagination to use check out Build a Story! I just purchased this app for my 10 yr old nephew and he is hooked. It is great to see a kid using their imagination while interacting with technology instead of just staring at a screen. The app as it’s title suggests – gets kids to build their own story via it’s beautifully drawn themes and characters. My nephew simply pics the themes – places in the characters he wants (he can place them anywhere in the them and shrink or enlarge) and then types in his own story.

    Find it on itunes – it cost $2.99

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