A review from Appy Geek of the new 10.5″ iPad. This what I will probably upgrade to eventually.
I’m glad to know about the keyboard shortcuts.
If you are a teacher who uses iPads in the classroom you can download this free starter guide for it from Apple Education.
Edthena has released a new app for iOS devices that lets teachers upload videos of classroom instruction directly to mobile devices.
Apple has rolled out its Classroom app which interconnects with other iPads in a classroom, letting the teacher launch apps, books, or websites remotely. Teachers will be able to lock down the screens on all student iPads to help focus their attention. Teachers will also be able to see what is on the screens of the students’ iPads.
It costs $15, so I won’t be downloading t.
This is not an endorsement of any of these apps. I’m just passing this information along.
I just found out about this free app, which is available for the iPhone and iPad. You will need a YouTube account to use it. Open the app and allow it to access your YouTube account. Shoot your video, trim it if you wish, and upload it to YouTube. It’s that simple. In about 15 minutes you will receive an email in Gmail telling you that your video has been uploaded. You can read about it here: