There are over 80,000 educational apps, and it is difficult to determine which ones to purchase and which ones to ignore.
Tools to Evaluate Educational Apps
Kathy Schrock’s Critical Evaluation of a Content-based iPad/iPod App
Tony Vincent’s Educational App Evaluation Rubric
Tony Vincent’s App Evaluation Checklist
Explore the Best Educational Apps
Explore reviews of apps for Android, iOS, Chrome and other devices.
Apps for Global Collaboration: Questions and Tools to Inspire a Worldview
Jennifer Williams describes apps for global collaboration projects to encourage engagement across content areas, native language, and age levels.
How to Select Apps to Support Children’s Learning
Help for educators in choosing apps that inspire learning in children.
Best Apps for Teaching and Learning
The American Association of School Librarians compiles a list of apps that encourage inquiry-based learning, and the annotations describe the intended audience, key features, and a tip for classroom use.
Best Apps for Kids
Best Apps for Kids provides a feature to search by grade level, content area, category, and to identify free apps.
22 Chrome Apps Every Teacher Should Know About
Educational Technology and Mobile Learning lists apps for classrooms using Chromebooks or the Chrome browser.
Educational Apps and Games
Common Sense Media rates apps for games and websites by age and skill.
Kathy Schrock's iPads4Teaching
Kathy Schrock provides an all-inclusive review about iPads for teaching and learning.
Tech Tip: Manage Your Mobile Files
Manage Apps on your iPhone and iPad (Video: 2 minutes)
Sarah Whittaker offers a few tricks to manage apps and available memory on your iOS device.
6 File Manager Apps for iOS and Android
Brett Nuckles offers apps to help manage file storage on your mobile device.
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