Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Free app of the day: One of the coolest math apps I've ever seen

MyScript Calculator by Vision Objects

The beauty of this app: taking hand written math equations and answering them for you.


Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Free apps of the week: Music on the brain

iJust thought I'd mention a few free apps this week that may interest your musical side or perhaps your musical friend, student, or teacher:

1st up is Chromatik, an app I just learned about that helps you transform the way you "practice, perform and learn music" A user has to setup an account at, which is entirely free. You can upload you sheet music  share your music with your class or friends, Share practice recordings, and so much more. Seems like a great addition to any  music class or musician. And the price is right!
Chromatik by Chromatik, Inc.

Next, you may want to check out  ProTuner (free at the moment I am writing this post). As far as I can tell all is said in the name. Tune your instrument using your preferred iDevice

Saturday, December 8, 2012

Weekend apps, free for the downloading

 A fun App that lets you alter your photos. This app takes a single picture and then can break it down into thousands of mosaic Parts.

Snapseed is a great photo editing app that uses simple gestures to apply effects from a  plethora of  filters. While brainstorming your pictures this app also allows you to compare your altered picture  to the original to the the full effects of your transformation as you go along. Enjoy this power picture enhancing app.

Thursday, December 6, 2012

Free Apps worth noting

Snapseed for iOS is now free. It is also available in the Android market.

Snapseed by Nik Software, Inc.

XnShape by pierre gougelet

The social sharing experience(s)

I recently discovered yet another new tool to share the various technological ramblings I may have to offer the world


As far as I can tell, this tool is designed to allow a user to produce a multi- media rich "card" of information. The tool, as far as I can tell, currently operates within a web browser which then allows a user to access all of their social media platforms as well as search the web for images that can be placed on the "card"

Though your product is created on a computer in a web browser, it seems to experience the full options of the "card" with all of it's features is only on thethe iPad with the App (free).

From the app you can share out links to all your favorite social sharing tools.

I look forward to seeing what this tool evolves into, and continuing to share info in new venues.