Jul 22, 2015 - Wobbleworks LLC has released Luminos 8.3, its second free feature update this year for its flagship astronomy app for iOS. Luminos is the award-winning, all-in-one astronomy app that goes beyond simple stargazing. The app now offers tracking and display of meteor showers, presented as 3D objects which can be viewed either from the ground or from orbit. Luminos also includes new ways to share and automate the control of the app.
Jul 21, 2015 - Tasa Graphic Arts, Inc. today introduces How to Identify Minerals 1.0, an educational Earth Science app for iPad. This app introduces students and teachers to Earth's minerals in an interactive guide with HD videos that illustrates mineral identification techniques. Topics explored include: how minerals are different than rocks; how atomic structure influences the formation of minerals; how and where minerals form; how minerals are grouped; and the properties used to identify a mineral sample.
Jul 20, 2015 - Independent developer, Tomas Masiulis today announces Brain Speed 1.1 for iOS devices, an educational game that helps improve a player's ability to think fast. The more the brain is trained, the stronger it becomes! Brain Speed will help users to train their brain and keep it fit. At the same time the game is fun, and a good way to relax during a lunch break or after a busy day. The purpose of the game is to find sequences of numbers as fast as possible.
Jul 17, 2015 - W. M. Keck Observatory today releases KeckWatch for iOS, offering mankind's collected knowledge of the cosmos. KeckWatch provides a glimpse into the skies with gyro-based star mapping and live telescope information. In addition to being able to easily identify stars and planets with both conventional and Hawaiian names, it offers a unique glimpse through the gigantic eyes of the Keck I and Keck II telescopes, the two largest and most scientifically productive telescope on Earth.
Jul 15, 2015 - Montessori teacher and co-founder of Edoki, Valerie Touze tells the story of Isidor, a boy with learning disabilities who learned to read in a Montessori classroom. Montessori Early Reading is made for early readers who are eager to practice reading easy phonetic words. If your child can sound out most letters, he/she is just one step away from reading words. Trigger reading with this great app designed by teachers! With this app, children will enjoy looking for the word that rhymes with.
Jul 10, 2015 - Publisher DK and developer Y Factory today announces the release of Show Me The Money, Part 1 - The Story Of Money, Version 1.0 for the iPad and iPhone. The app is based on the popular book that teaches children about the fascinating and multifaceted subject of money. Using entertaining graphics, animation, sound, and narration, the app gives kids an entertaining, yet educational and informative look at the subject of money, how it came to be, and how it has changed throughout history.
Jul 08, 2015 - As students, were you bothered to get the best notes from your classmates or peers in college? Being toppers, were you stalked often by others for your carefully prepared notes? Or did you ever frantically search for notes before exams or for a presentation which was due the next day? Notesgen is an answer to all notes requirements for students and professionals. A startups that enables students, teachers professionals and institutions to share their self-prepared notes.
Jul 06, 2015 - Vito Technology offer Star Walk 2, the next generation of the company's best-selling stargazing guide free of charge for limited time. Redesigned from the inside out, the new Star Walk 2 has proven itself a faster and smoother app appreciated by astronomy enthusiasts, parents, and educators. Designed with a clean and simple interface, the app delivers an effortless journey through thousands of stars, comets, & constellations.
Jul 01, 2015 - Marbotic today announces More or Less 1.1, the third app from the company for learning mathematics on the tablet. With this app, children explore the concepts of addition and subtraction. Small beads are included in every activity to represent quantities. Children can manipulate them by themselves to understand addition and subtraction. Three levels of difficulty are offered to allow children from 6 to 8 years old to discover these operations autonomously and gradually.