National Parks App for iOS

Get Out and Enjoy the Nation’s Best Parks

It is officially spring, which means that many people will be spending more time outside to enjoy the warmer weather and longer daylight hours. Some of the many places people will be visiting, of course, are the country’s national parks, such as Yellowstone or Yosemite. To make it easier to…

YouTube For Kids App

New YouTube App Takes Aim at Kids

Google is taking a move out of Twitter’s playbook, as the tech company has unveiled a new YouTube app specifically for kids. The YouTube Kids app makes it is safe for children to find videos on topics they want to explore. Moreover, the app’s design is kid friendly, featuring larger…

Curious Mobile App

Why So Curious?

Do you love to learn? If the answer is yes, then it’s time to download the Curious app. With Curious, users can learn about a variety of different things, from how to grow asparagus to tips on flirting in Italian. In fact, users have the ability to choose from thousands…

Elevate Your Brain

The New Year is a time for resolutions, and the most popular resolutions usually have something to do with self-improvement, such as losing weight or quitting smoking. If you are looking to make a different type of resolution this year, however, consider downloading the Elevate mobile app. This app works…

Dream Reader: A Better Way to Read

Text to speech (TTS) apps seem like a dime a dozen these days, so finding a quality one that is worth downloading (or buying in this case) is nothing to scoff at. Voice Dream Reader, available for iOS 5.1 and above, supports twelve different file formats (including PDF, Microsoft Word…

TEDtalks to Us on the Go

TED, the popular nonprofit organization, has recently updated its self-titled app. Once downloaded, the free app allows viewers to watch more than 1,400 TEDtalks on iOS devices and more than 1,700 on Android devices. Viewers can also enable subtitles for each video. Moreover, on iOS devices the app allows for…

Play Hopscotch, Learn to Code

Hopscotch is on the iPad, but this isn’t your traditional chalk and sidewalk game.  Rather, Hopscotch for iPad is an app that teaches kids to code using intuitive building blocks. Through the app, kids can learn the basics of computer programming, including abstraction, sequencing, loops, variables, functions and conditional logic….