Monthly Archives: April 2014

Google Play Music

Hello all,

just wanted to talk about a tool I use very often that works quite well on desktop. It’s called Google Play Music (Those who have Android smart phones may be familiar with this app), and it is basically a music player for your desktop that automatically can upload your music based on file location. It’s also very clean and neat looking so if you use the app version on your phone, you’ll notice how easy it is to use and how some of the features actually make sense.

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Ipad app review

 

 

 

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Mathpad is an easy to use app that allows you to write equations and it makes them look nice as the image above shows. It makes it easy to export the equations as pictures that have no background color and can be used in something such as a test or quiz and can be used in science for complex equations to help students remember them and for new or multi-stepped math equations.

All of this is simple to learn how to use and can be used after looking through the built in tutorial.

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iMovie

In iMovie you can easily take footage and edit it. You can add breaks fade effects titles and easily scroll through the video with a swipe of a finger. You can also slow down the footage for slow motion shots, split the footage to add a break, duplicate a section and put in a freeze frame. All of this is easy and only requires a little playing around to fully understand and use. iMovie enables the user to make a video with the camera and add it right into the current project.

iMovie

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