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The iPad is for show-offs. And the iPhone 4 makes it difficult to make a simple telephone call. Apple used to be hip, stylish and ahead of the curve. Now, though, it has become totally uncool — and not just since Steve Jobs stepped down.
The Apple iTunes Store sells many applications, apps, to support children’s early education. Most recently, Apple introduced Montessori based apps that toddlers can use independently. There are many Montessori kids apps for sale and some downloadable for free. The kids’ free apps can be downloaded to an iPhone, iPod or iPad.
After purchasing an iPhone or iPod Touch, maybe even both, you may be wondering what apps are available to support your learning in current or future adult education courses. Wonder no more! There are a number of free and low cost applications available for use in college education or continuing education courses.
These education apps are designed to take advantage of the digital capabilities of iPod Touches and iPhones. They also reduce or even eliminate the need for other digital devices, such as a Netbook computer. One example is an app which turns an iPod Touch into a graphing calculator. There are also several EBook applications which allow you to read books and documents in plain text, PDF, html, Kindle, or Nook formats. The following are 10 education programs suitable for adult education. These are a sample of what is available from the iTunes App store.
If you’re an iPhone user who has looked on in envy at the physical keyboard attached to your friend’s BlackBerry or Motorola Droid, then you’re in luck. ThinkGeek, purveyors of stuff for smart masses, announced today an iPhone case with a compact flip-out keyboard.
The TK-421 is even smaller than the Jorno keyboard that we saw last week and is available in sizes compatible with the iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS. The keyboard connects to your iPhone via the Bluetooth keyboard support built into the latest versions of iOS, making it incompatible with the iPhone 3G.