Archive for the ‘Education’ Category

Like Picking Apart Music? Say Hello To Erahidaeon Audio Player

TweetPrice: $2.99    Rating: 7/10    By Joey Bright If you like picking apart music, Erahidaeon Audio Player is the app for you. Developed by, The primary use of Erahidaeon Audio Player is to make “marks” on any song in your library. These marks can be saved, and then accessed later when you need them. Users […]


A Genuine Work of Art for the iPhone

TweetPrice: $0.99    Score: 10/10    By Michelle Schusterman Rarely are apps both smart and beautiful, not to mention useful. But Art, an app as simple and classy as its name, has all of these qualities and more. Designed by ADS Software Group, Art is exactly what it suggests; a collection of the world’s finest works […]


Khronos – Astronomical and Multicultural Clock

TweetPrice: $7.99    Score: 6/10    By Shaun Campbell With inspiration drawn from the ancient Greek Antikythera mechanism – a complex mechanical clock from 150-100BC that detailed the position of the moon and stars for a given date – Khronos is a new app developed by Quadrivium Ltd that functions as a true multicultural timepiece. Khronos integrates […]


OccupyBaby Keeps The Little Ones Entertained

TweetPrice: $0.99    Score: 8/10    By Shaun Campbell If you have kids, you know how hard it can be to entertain a toddler. Designed with a short attention span in mind, OccupyBaby from developer Milobox aims to both amuse and educate. OccupyBaby is a cute little app that helps your child’s language development through the identification […]


Cram a Solid Study Tool for Students

TweetPrice: $9.99    Score: 7/10    By Shaun Campbell Cram is a study app from SimpleLeap Software that allows you to digitize your study materials and learn on-the-go. With Cram you can create, import, share and study for tests on your iPhone. Cram is a great tool to help in preparation for school or university […]


Talking Phrasebook Series is Great for Travellers

TweetWritten iPhone App Review Price: $0.99    Score: 8/10    By Shaun Campbell Phrasebooks are a must-have item for most travelers, but they only get you so far.  Remembering words and phrases can be hard, but more often than not it’s getting the pronunciation right which is the real killer. Written pronunciation guides are handy, but it’s […]

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