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App Reviews and Articles, April - June, 2016

Here are the iPad app reviews and articles I published in April, May and June, 2016.

Make a Comic with Comics Head

Versatile and multi-featured app that really encourages storytelling. Read my review at The Book Chook.

Review: iPad App, Doodlecast Pro Video Whiteboard

Doodlecast Pro is an app I included in my List of Digital Storytelling Tools. It’s a useful app, not just for children but for everyone. Basically you draw/write, and record your voice as you do (or not - you could just make an image with it if you wanted). Once you’ve finished, there are many sharing options, including YouTube, DropBox and Google Drive. You can draw, write or type text, and you can use photos or screenshots as a background. Read more at The Book Chook.
http://www.thebookchook.com/2016/04/review-ipad-app-doodlecast-pro-video.html

Children’s iPad App, Tiny Tiger and Friends

"The developers have definitely been successful in creating an app that works easily, is heaps of fun, and is likely to be intuitive for most kids to use. It capitalises on games like Peekaboo that all kids know - in the app, kids touch the BOO sign and a character pops out of a hiding place..." Read more at The Book Chook.

Children’s iPad App, LumiKids Backyard

You may remember I reviewed LumiKids Park in February. Here’s another digital play space by developers, Lumos Labs, and it’s just as fun and just as educational. LumiKids Backyard is available in iOS and in Android.

Read more at The Book Chook.

Children’s iPad App, Acrostic Poem

Previously I’ve reviewed several ReadWriteThink apps. You may remember Word Mover and Trading Cards, Theme Poems, Alphabet Organizer, Diamante and Haiku? Acrostic Poem is another free app by generous developers, ReadWriteThink. It’s a great way to introduce children to writing poetry because it supports them and gives them a concrete framework to operate in. Acrostic Poem is available as an online interactive, in iOS and in Android. There are also lesson plans to support it. Read more at The Book Chook.