Tag Archives: book apps

Genius Plaza App: Learn and Collaborate

 Learn and collaborate! More and more, we find teachers and students using their mobile devices for assistance.  To better serve the needs of students around the world, we have created apps to help connect teachers and students with fun, educational content.  This week, we are unveiling the Genius Plaza app, which offers free educational resources…
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How To Get Started Using eReader Apps

If you want to start reading more, then eBooks are often the best way to go. Whether it's for work or for pleasure, we'll show you how to get started using eReader Apps. They're easy to obtain, they're often cheaper than their paper counterparts, and you can fit literally thousands of titles onto one eReader…
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Fingerprint Acquires Two Awesome Mobile Education Companies

 Fingerprint acquires two awesome mobile education companies, Cognitive Kid, a TWA Certified Developer and Scribble Press a TWA Certified APP! Fingerprint’s library of kids’ apps, games and e-books are now over 800. This San Francisco-based company was founded by former Leapfrog executive, Nancy MacIntyre, who jets around the globe in search of the best app companies to possibly partner with. Read her…
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Marlee’s Adventure in London: An awesome narrated, illustrated kids book

Following the enormous success of "Marlee and the Diamond Earring," Diana Ward has teamed up with Appsamax with her 2nd brilliantly illustrated, narrated kids book. This adventure takes place in London, England and is in-rhyme; a great way of getting kids to read and spell. As you follow Marlee on her adventure, you will soon recognise Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, St. Paul's Cathedral, The Tower of London Piccadilly Circus and so much more.
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How AudioBooks Help Raise Reading Scores

Tracey Weil, from Tales2Go shared this wonderful infographic: How AudioBooks Help Raise Reading Scores Audiobooks have been used in classrooms for decades because listening builds critical listening, comprehension and fluency skills.  Oral language precedes written language (i.e. developmentally), making listening to an important component of language acquisition.  In fact, there are reading methods such as…
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Ebook Pricing Wars from a developer’s point of view

This guest blog originally appeared in the examiner.com on July 17th.  Nick Nebelsky and Teachers With Apps started corresponding with one another regarding the concept of educational app pricing and a whole conversation ensued. This is a topic well worth educating people about and we appreciate the share. Nick has an app being released in…
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