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Apps of the Week
Sifting through the thousands of new apps that come out every month can be overwhelming. Apps of the Week from our partner Appolicious.com breaks down the latest and greatest software offerings for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and Android. This expert editorial team details pricing, special features and everyday usefulness for a weekly, topical selection of apps.
Apps of the Week appears weekly and is available to be used in print or online.
Apps of the Week Samples
By AppoLearning.com. There are literally hundreds of apps and games that claim to teach toddlers and elementary-school-aged children the basics of mathematics. Motion Math: Hungry Fish.
By AppoLearning.com. These days, students of all ages have more tools to convey their ideas than ever before. Pinnacle Studio. Pinnacle has taken all of the aspects of video editing and made them accessible on the tablet. Videolicious.
By AppoLearning.com. While there isn't an app out there that can explain the meaning of life to you and your kids, there are a number of touch-based educational offerings that explore all forms of life on our planet. Frog Dissection.
By AppoLearning.com. There is no reason why your kids' brains should go unused this summer when school is not in session. These selections for children between 3 and 18 are both entertaining and educator approved. Toontastic: All Access.
Summer music festivals are amazing events for good times, good tunes and plenty of musical discoveries. Bandsintown Concerts. This mobile app's developers aren't kidding when they claim to "live for live music." WaterIn.
During Memorial Day weekend, many Americans will travel and fire up their respective grills at cookouts. Grill-It! This app appeals to most meat-eaters during extended holiday weekends. US Army News & Information.
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