Friday, November 30, 2012

Free iOS App Today - Learn Match Spell - Nouns at Home

This is the universal app version of Learn Match Spell - Nouns at Home and provides two different play modes for iPhone and iPad.

✿ What Your Child Will Learn

Young children are concrete thinkers and learn best about objects that are familiar to them like those found in their own homes. Playing Learn Match Spell – Nouns At Home will encourage your child’s development in the following areas:

• Listening skills (attending to and understanding words
• Language development (vocabulary)
• Early literacy skills (sight word vocabulary)
• Spelling of selected words
• Visual perception (matching shapes)
• Visual memory
• Fine motor skills
• Eye-hand coordination

Free iOS Maps Today

Free iOS App Today - Oh, What a Tangle! (Children's Book)!/id573508067?mt=8

Oh, What a Tangle! tells the story of Kiki, an artistic, little girl who’d rather do anything other than brush her hair. There are simply so many other better things to do.

Left un-brushed, Kiki’s hair develops a tiny, tangled knot. But rather than wish it gone, Kiki nurtures that knot until it becomes something grand, something worthy of an incredible story.

Filled with interactivity and gentle animations, Oh, What a Tangle! is a fun tale for curious and adventure-loving little girls everywhere – the ones who’d rather have a good time than always behave like the perfect princesses!

Free iOS App Today - The Common Core Navigator for Mathematics


Achieving our goals is a process, a journey. Knowing the destination is important, but we also need to plan how to get there. The Common Core State Standards gives us a lot of ground to cover. The purpose of this app is to help educators navigate through the standards to select the appropriate pathways that will lead your students to reach their learning goals.

The Navigator organizes the Common Core Standards into topical, sequential “learning pathways.” Six general topics and over 50 subtopics were hand-selected and placed in developmental order. In some cases, the standards were further divided and rephrased to make them more measurable and concise. Each learning pathway reveals related standards from across domains and grade levels and connects to prerequisite skills and future learning.

This app will help teachers in regular and special education develop differentiated learning objectives and standards-based IEPs and lesson plans. Teachers can also use the Navigator with their students to show how how their learning goals connect with these nation-wide standards.

Contents include:

Algebraic Thinking
- Concepts of Equality and Equations
- Patterns
- Writing and Evaluating Expressions
- Equations and Inequalities
- Linear Equations
- Functions
- Simultaneous Linear Equations
- Quadratic Functions
- Exponential Functions
- Radical and Rational Functions
- Polynomial Expressions
- Trigonometric Functions

Numbers and Operations
- Counting
- Basic Addition and Subtraction
- Basic Multiplication and Division
- Understanding Place Value
- Adding and Subtracting Multi-digit Numbers
- Multiplying and Dividing Multi-digit Numbers
- Comparing Quantities
- Exponents and Roots
- Complex Numbers
- Vectors
- Matrices

Fractions and Rational Numbers
- Representing Fractions
- Equivalent Fractions
- Adding and Subtracting Fractions
- Multiplying Fractions
- Dividing Fractions
- Decimals
- Integers and Absolute Value
- Rational Numbers
- Ratios and Proportional Reasoning

- 2D and 3D Shapes
- Measurement and Conversion
- Perimeter, Area, and Volume
- Lines and Angles
- Constructions
- Triangles and Parallelograms
- Circles, Arcs, and Sectors
- Transformations
- Congruence
- Similarity
- Proof
- Conic Sections

Data, Statistics, and Probability
- Collecting Data
- Representing Data
- Analyzing Data
- Probability
- Number Lines and Coordinate Planes

Problem Solving
- Basic Operations
- Estimation
- Measurement
- Perimeter, Area, and Volume
- Graphs and Data
- Fractions and Rational Numbers
- Rates and Proportions
- Expressions and Equations
- Geometry

The Navigator also features the 2012-2013 Tennessee Focus Standards for Mathematics.

The Common Core State Standards ( referenced in this application were developed by the National Governors Association Center for Best Practices (NGA Center) and the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO). © Copyright 2010. National Governors Association Center for Best Practices and Council of Chief State School Officers. All rights reserved.”

Thursday, November 29, 2012

2013 NASA Student Airborne Research Program

The NASA Airborne Science Program invites highly motivated junior and senior undergraduate students to apply for the NASA Student Airborne Research Program, also known as SARP, 2013. The program provides students with hands-on research experience in all aspects of a major scientific campaign, from detailed planning on how to achieve mission objectives to formal presentation of results and conclusions to peers and others. Students will assist in the operation of airborne instruments onboard the NASA DC-8 aircraft.

The program takes place in summer 2013. Instrument and flight preparations, and the research flights themselves, will occur at NASA’s Dryden Aircraft Operations Facility in Palmdale, Calif. Data analysis will take place at the University of California, Irvine.

Successful applicants will be awarded a stipend and meals allowance for eight weeks of participation in the program. Round-trip travel to California, housing and transportation will be provided.

The deadline for applications is Feb. 8, 2013.

For more information and to download the program application, visit

Specific questions about the program should be directed to

Teaching From Space Office Seeks Educators for MicroGravity eXperience

NASA’s Teaching From Space Office and the Reduced Gravity Education Flight Program are seeking applications for teams of K-12 educators to participate in the MicroGravity eXperience, or Micro GX, project. This project gives students and educators across the country the opportunity to work together on an experiment to be tested aboard a microgravity aircraft. This incredible opportunity is open to any current K-12 classroom educator in the United States. Educators must also be U.S. citizens.

Micro GX activities begins with students and educators developing and proposing a reduced-gravity experiment. Selected educator teams will receive online professional development on classroom resources for microgravity, collaboration with a NASA mentor and a reduced-gravity flight. With combined input from their students and mentor, educator teams will design and fabricate their experiments to be tested and evaluated aboard an aircraft that flies approximately 30 roller-coaster-like climbs and dips to produce periods of microgravity and hypergravity, ranging from almost zero gravity to 2 g.

Seven teams of four to five educators from a single school or school district will be selected from this application process to participate in Micro GX. This includes participation in an online microgravity course, which will begin on Feb. 11, 2013, with a series of Web seminars with NASA personnel to initiate experiment development. The highlight of the online course is to travel to NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas, and participate in the Reduced Gravity Education Flight Program during the week of July 12-20, 2013. During the flight week, educators will fly and perform custom experiments in a reduced-gravity environment. Selected teams are responsible for all expenses associated with the travel and stay in Houston. The online course continues with activities beyond the flight experience through Aug. 26, 2013.

Educator teams interested in participating in Micro GX may submit a proposal no later than Jan. 9, 2013. For more information, visit or send an email to

Women in STEM High School Aerospace Scholars

Engineer your dream job! The adventure begins in 2013. NASA wants you to become part of the workforce of tomorrow as we offer the opportunity to dream, engineer and WISH. The Women in STEM High School Aerospace Scholars, or WISH, project offers a one-of-a-kind experience for female high school juniors to jump-start their future by engaging in opportunities relating to science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

Participation starts in an online community and culminates with a summer experience at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas, during the summer of 2013. Get ready to collaborate with girls from across the country as you complete online activities, design unique projects, work with NASA personnel and present mission accomplishments. Start your dream now!

To be eligible, applicants must be:
-- U.S. citizens.
-- Female high school juniors during the 2012-2013 school year.
-- Interested and excited about science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
-- Committed to a one-year relationship with NASA's Johnson Space Center.
-- Able to access the Internet and email (at home, school or public library).
-- A scholar with a cumulative GPA of 3.25/4.0 or higher.

Applications and all supporting documents are being accepted until 11:59 p.m. CST on Dec. 28, 2012.

For more information and to download the application, visit

Questions should be directed to

2012 OPTIMUS PRIME Spinoff Video Contest

NASA has opened registration for the 2012 OPTIMUS PRIME Spinoff Video Contest. Featuring OPTIMUS PRIME, the leader from the popular TRANSFORMERS brand, the contest highlights spinoffs from NASA technologies that are used on Earth. The goal is to help students understand the benefits of NASA technology to their daily lives.

Each student, or group of students, will submit a three- to five-minute video on a selected NASA spinoff technology listed in NASA’s 2011 “Spinoff” publication. Videos must demonstrate an understanding of the NASA spinoff technology and the associated NASA mission, as well as the commercial application and public benefit associated with the spinoff technology.

Participants must register for the contest by Dec. 15, 2012.

Video entries will be posted on the NASA YouTube channel, and the public will be responsible for the first round of judging. The top five submissions from each of the three grade groups (elementary [3rd-5th], middle [6th-8th] and high school [9th-12th]) will advance for final judging. A NASA panel will select a winning entry from each group. The students submitting the winning entries will be the guests of honor at the OPTIMUS PRIME Spinoff Contest awards ceremony in May 2013. While there, the winners will receive the OPTIMUS PRIME Spinoff Contest trophy and have the opportunity to meet NASA VIPs, astronauts and actor Peter Cullen, who voices the character OPTIMUS PRIME.

TRANSFORMERS and OPTIMUS PRIME are trademarks of Hasbro and are used with permission. © 2012 Hasbro. All Rights Reserved.

For more information, visit

Questions about this contest should be directed to Darryl Mitchell at

2013 RASC-AL Robo-Ops Competition

NASA and the National Institute of Aerospace announce the 2013 Revolutionary Aerospace Systems Concepts Academic Linkage Exploration Robo-Ops, also known as RASC-AL Robo-Ops, competition. This design competition is aimed at university-level engineering students.

The RASC-AL Robo-Ops contest challenges participants to build a planetary rover prototype and demonstrate its capabilities in field tests at NASA's Johnson Space Center’s, or JSC's, Rock Yard. Up to three members of the team (plus the faculty advisor) may travel to JSC for the onsite testing. The remaining team members will stay behind at the local university to conduct mission control tasks. The prototype rovers will be tele-operated by the university-based team members and must negotiate a series of obstacles while accomplishing a variety of tasks. The only information available to the rover controller to perform the required tasks will be information transmitted through onboard rover video camera(s) or other onboard sensors.

Teams will be required to do an education and outreach activity for their rovers that demonstrates participatory exploration approaches for future NASA missions.

Interested teams are encouraged to submit a notice of intent by Nov. 18, 2012, and teams must submit a project plan for their proposed project by Dec. 19, 2012. The RASC-AL Robo-Ops Steering Committee of NASA experts will evaluate the project plans and select as many as eight teams to compete against each other at the Rock Yard in June 2013.

The RASC-AL competition is open to full-time undergraduate or graduate students majoring in engineering or science at an accredited university. University design teams must include one faculty or industry advisor with a university affiliation and two or more undergraduate or graduate students. Multidisciplinary teams are encouraged.

For more information about this competition, visit

If you have questions about this competition, please contact Stacy Dees at or Shelley Spears

Engineering Design Challenge: Thermal Protection System Web Seminar

As part of a series of electronic professional development experiences for educators, the NASA Explorer Schools project and the National Science Teachers Association are hosting a 90-minute live professional development Web seminar for educators on Dec. 6, 2012, at 6:30 p.m. EST. Learn about the science of heat transfer and heat dissipation related to NASA vehicles, and receive an introduction to the associated engineering design challenge, Thermal Protection System. In this activity, students are challenged to design a thermal protection system and test it using a propane torch.

For more information and to register online, visit

To learn more about the NASA Explorer Schools project, visit

Email any questions about this opportunity to

2013-14 Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship

Applications are currently available for the 2013-14 Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship Program. This program is open to current public or private elementary and secondary mathematics, technology, engineering and science classroom teachers with demonstrated excellence in teaching. Applications are due Dec. 5, 2012.

Selected teachers spend a school year in Washington, D.C., sharing their expertise with policy makers. Einstein Fellows may serve with one of several government agency sponsors, such as the Department of Energy, NASA or the National Science Foundation.

Applicants must be U.S. citizens and be currently employed full time in a public or private elementary or secondary school or school district. Applicants must have been teaching full time for at least five of the last seven years.

For more information about this opportunity and to apply online, visit

Inquiries about the Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship Program should be directed to Brian O’Donnell at Brian.O'

2013 NASA Space Technology Research Fellowships

NASA is seeking applications from current and prospective graduate students for the agency's third class of Space Technology Research Fellows. Applications will be accepted from accredited U.S. universities on behalf of individuals pursuing or planning to pursue master’s or doctoral degrees in relevant space technology disciplines at their respective institutions beginning in fall 2013.

The fellowships will sponsor U.S. graduate student researchers who show significant potential to contribute to NASA's strategic goals and mission in the area of space technology. NASA's Office of the Chief Technologist and the Space Technology Program sponsor the fellowships with the goal of providing the nation a pipeline of highly skilled engineers and technologists to improve America's technological competitiveness. Fellows will perform innovative space technology research today while building the skills necessary to become future technological leaders.

The deadline for submitting applications is Dec. 4, 2012.

For more information on the fellowships, visit and

All material related to this fellowship opportunity, including eligibility requirements and detailed instructions on how to submit an application, may be accessed from

Please email any questions about this opportunity to Claudia Meyer at

What's New in Planetary Science: A Tour of Recent Discoveries in Our Solar System Web Seminar

As part of a series of electronic professional development experiences for educators, the NASA Explorer Schools project and the National Science Teachers Association are hosting a 90-minute live professional development Web seminar for educators on Dec. 3, 2012, at 6:15 p.m. EST. In the five decades since Mariner 2 flew by Venus, NASA has explored our solar system from one end to the other. It is almost impossible to keep up with all the latest discoveries in our solar system. In this Web seminar, NASA expert Sarah Noble will be your tour guide on a stroll through the solar system to find out what's new with each of our planetary neighbors.

For more information and to register online, visit

To learn more about the NASA Explorer Schools project, visit

Email any questions about this opportunity to

Free Education Webinar Series from the Aerospace Education Services Project

The Aerospace Education Services Project is presenting a series of free webinars throughout December 2012. All webinars can be accessed online. Join aerospace education specialists to learn about activities, lesson plans, educator guides and resources to bring NASA into your classroom.

Exploration Then and Now: Science and the Historical Perspective (Grades 4-8)
Dec. 3, 2012, 5 - 6 p.m. EST
Aerospace education specialist Brandon Hargis will compare the experiences of settlers of Jamestown in 1607 and space-faring explorers discovering new worlds and building settlements in extraterrestrial environments. Participants will be introduced to the "Exploration: Then and Now" educator guide and discuss the connections to science and social studies standards.

Amusement Park Physics (Grades 6-12)
Dec. 3, 2012, 7 - 8 p.m. EST
Aerospace education specialist John Weis will provide participants with an introduction to the "Amusement Park Physics With a NASA Twist" educator guide and classroom activities. These activities cover multiple physics concepts including energy, describing motion, collisions and simple harmonic motion.

Mars and Earth Compared: Life on Other Worlds? (Grades 4-12)
Dec. 4, 2012, 5 - 6 p.m. EST
Aerospace education specialist Steve Culivan will explore the possibility of finding evidence of life on Mars and how Earth compares to the Red Planet. Participants will learn about education resources relating to NASA's Curiosity rover and activities to help develop a better understanding of life on Earth and the possibilities of life on Mars.

Planetary Modeling Dough: Solar System Scale Model (Grades 3-8)
Dec. 11, 2012, 5 - 6 p.m. EST
Aerospace education specialist Rick Varner will lead participants through activities that use simple clay materials to create a scale model of the relative masses and sizes of the planets (including the dwarf planet, Pluto). This activity will help educators dispel some of the common misconceptions about the solar system.

Solar Energy: Power for Earth, the Space Station and Exploring Other Worlds! (Grades 6-12)
Dec. 12, 2012, 4 - 5 p.m. EST and 7 - 8 p.m. EST
Aerospace education specialist Brandon Hargis will introduce participants to a problem-based learning activity that requires students to propose and defend a design to provide power to a lunar or Martian research habitat for six explorers. This webinar is part of the Department of Education Green Strides webinar series.

Ignite Learning Using the RealWorld-InWorld NASA Engineering Design Challenge (Grades 8-12)
Dec. 13, 2012, 6 - 7 p.m. EST
Aerospace education specialist Sharon Bowers will introduce participants to the RealWorld-InWorld NASA Engineering Design Challenge, a free web-based engineering design challenge that offers students a change to redesign components of the James Webb Space Telescope.

How Do We Know the Climate Is Changing? NASA Climate Kids (Grades 2-8)
Dec. 18, 2012, 4 - 5 p.m. EST
Aerospace education specialist Susan Kohler will lead participants on an exploration of the “Climate Kids” and “Eyes on the Earth” educator materials. Participants will also learn how to use real-time data to explain the effects of climate change on the arctic ice caps.

Chipmunk Cheeks and Chicken Legs: Body Systems and Life in Space (Grades K-12)
Dec. 19, 2012, 4 - 6 p.m. EST
Aerospace education specialist Rachelle Oblack will lead participants on an exploration of the circulatory, nervous, vestibular and musculoskeletal systems with hands-on activities and demonstrations. A full downloadable educator guide will be shared. This webinar is part of the Department of Education Green Strides webinar series.

For more information about these webinars, visit

Questions about this series of webinars should be directed to Katie Hayden at

Free Smithsonian's Stars Lecture Series

Curious about our nearest star, moon rocks, volcanoes and other wonders of the universe? Come to the Smithsonian's Stars, a series of 10 lectures by Smithsonian researchers who are exploring the sun, the moon, planets, stars, galaxies and the universe. These speakers will share behind-the-scenes details about how their research is done and technologies that advance new discoveries at the Smithsonian Institution.

Each lecture begins at 5:15 p.m. and is followed by a question-and-answer session. A Discovery Station activity will take place at 4 p.m. prior to each lecture. Stay after the lecture to visit the observatory, weather permitting.

Dec. 1, 2012 -- A Universe of Data
This century has seen stunning cosmic discoveries. The digital age has given everyone free access to space data; the trick is to turn that data into quantitative science and pictures that tell a story. Astrophysicist Jonathan McDowell will use images from the Chandra Space Telescope to help explain how astronomers study space in the computer age.

Dec. 15, 2012 -- The Mission of the Mars Science Laboratory, Curiosity
Since landing on Mars in early August 2012, the Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity rover has returned an array of stunning data that is being used to evaluate whether Mars may have harbored habitable environments. Geologist John Grant will delve into the recent findings from Curiosity.

Jan. 5, 2013 -- Trees in the City
Tree cover is an important element of the urban environment that plays an increasingly larger role in ecosystem processes. Geographer Andrew Johnston will discuss how satellite data is used to make reliable observations about urban tree cover variability, why it matters to urban residents and how these same data are used to map changes in tree cover.

For more information about the Smithsonian's Stars Lecture Series and to see a full schedule of upcoming lectures, visit

Questions about this lecture series should be directed to the visitor service line at 202-633-1000.

The Smithsonian's Stars Lecture Series is made possible by a grant from NASA.

Opportunity to Publish Student Climate Research in Harvard University's Journal of Emerging Investigators

Harvard University's Journal of Emerging Investigators, or JEI, has formed a collaboration with the Institute for Earth Science Research and Education to publish a series of peer-reviewed, climate-related research papers authored by middle- and secondary-school students.

JEI is an open-access peer-reviewed online journal whose mission is to encourage and publish authentic student research. In addition to standalone research papers, JEI also encourages students who are developing science fair projects to submit journal articles based on those projects. Guidelines for articles, including some practical suggestions for converting a science fair project into a journal article submission, can be found at

The initial deadline for an intent to submit a manuscript email is Nov. 30, 2012. For more information, including submission instructions and other deadlines, please contact David Brooks at

2013 CanSat Competition

Applications currently are being accepted for the 2013 CanSat Competition.

This annual competition is open to university and college students from the United States, Canada, Mexico and other countries. Teams of three to 10 students must design, build and launch a sensor payload called a CanSat. Each CanSat is slightly larger than a soda can and must be built according to the specifications released by the competition organizing committee.

All teams entering the CanSat competition are required to have a faculty adviser. The faculty adviser will oversee and be responsible for the conduct of the team at all times during the competition. The advisor is strongly encouraged to accompany the team to the competition.

Applications are due Nov. 30, 2012.

For more information about the competition and to download the application, visit

Questions about this competition should be directed to

Free iOS App Today - Nighty Night! HD - Winter Special

NIGHTY NIGHT! The interactive bedtime book for children. Winter has arrived on our "Nighty Night" farm - it even snowed last night! Delve into the snowy world and put all the animals to bed.

Free iOS App Today - iSpirit Voice Search

Voice Search is an easy-to-use voice recognition application that allows you to easily speak and instantly search internet without typing on the keyboard.

Simply speak your search queries and get simultaneous results from a variety of top websites and content sources.

Voice Search supports a multitude of global languages.

-Very user friendly and very quick. Voice recognition is very accurate.
-Its easy, very fast, accurate and highly effective.

User benefits:

• Up to five times faster than typing on a keyboard
• The application is based on an intelligent speech recognition that improves with time.
• Automatic grammar correction.


• Fast and accurate, fully automated speech recognition.
• Easily modify or correct search queries by using a list of alternative suggestions.
• Convenient editing feature that provides a list of suggested words.
• Based on a learning algorithms.


1. Voice Search requires network connectivity (WiFi or 3G/EDGE).
2. Voice Search works on iPad, iPhone, and on second and third generation iPod Touch (external microphone required).

Free iOS App Today - ePaper - Sketch, Write, Draw, Outline and color on a Digital Paper Notebook

ePaper, a sketching app, is the easiest paperless communications tool for EVERYTHING - Planning, storyboarding, problem solving and letting you share your ideas visually anywhere, anytime.

ePaper features highlights:

  • ➤ 100 types of high-quality natural brushes: brush, pencil, pen, airbrush, watercolor brush, chalk, charcoal, neon pens, special effect pens and so on.
  • ➤ Transparency, Pressure-sensitive, Radius, Hardness of a brush could be adjusted.
  • ➤ Undo / Redo function (10 steps !).
  • ➤ Easy add one page to exist book or delete one page from it.Just swipe from the edge to add another page.
  • ➤ Add more books or delete existing books.
  • ➤ Edit book name.
  • ➤ Custom colors.
  • ➤ Export to image files.
  • ➤ Send your page over email.
  • ➤ Export page to pdf file and share it over email.
ePaper helps you create modest, elegant simplicity virtual notebooks. It works the way you think.  

Any suggestion will be appreciated, support email:

Free iOS App Today - RecFinger - Record and Note Take Simultaneously

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Free iOS App Today - Geometry Pro

Free for a limited time! I ask only one thing in return: feedback.

If you think Geometry Pro merits 4 or 5 stars, please leave a review in iTunes. Otherwise, please email your constructive criticism to

The honor roll is a good place to be.

Let "Geometry Pro" serve as your portable tutor. It provides a rich collection of solvers, examples, and tutorials for the following topics:

- Perimeter
- Area
- Volume
- Segments and Lines
- Distance Between Points
- Distance from Point to Line
- Law of Sines
- Law of Cosines
- Similar Triangles
- Congruent Triangles
- 30-60-90 Triangles
- 45-45-90 Triangles
- Medians
- Altitudes
- Perpendicular Bisectors
- Orthocenters
- Circumcenters
- Centroids
- Circles
- Quadrilaterals
- Regular Polygons
- Logic Statements
- Postulates and Theorems
- Proofs

Free Macintosh App Today - NanoStudio

NanoStudio, the award winning music production app for iOS, is now available on the Mac App Store! Transfer your NanoStudio projects between iOS, OS X and Windows to make music wherever and whenever it suits you. Made a banging tune on your computer and need to go out? Email it to your phone and just carry on where you left off!

NanoStudio has virtual analogue synths, sample trigger pads, a comprehensive sequencer, a sample editor, a mixer and multiple effects all integrated into a single application.

Record your ideas in real time, mix synth layers with samples, compose and arrange your tune using the powerful sequencer and bring the mix alive with effects such as reverb, compression and EQ. Transfer projects between your computer and your iOS device, or use NanoStudio's comprehensive audio mixdown options and export features to get your ideas over to your favourite desktop DAW.

NanoStudio's intuitive user interface frees you to get creative yet has loads of depth for when you need it.


'Eden', a powerful 16 voice subtractive synth with dual oscillators, 2 pole resonant filter, 3 envelope generators and 4 LFO's per voice and 2 dedicated insert effects. Eden's virtual patchbay lets you hook up almost anything for modulation mayhem.

'TRG-16', a performance pad for triggering samples. Adjust pitch, pan, volume and envelopes and assign each sample to one of the 3 output busses, each with its own effect sends and filter setup.

Up to 16 simultaneous instrument tracks.


Record samples with the built-in mic (iOS only), resample NanoStudio's own output or upload your own samples using NanoSync for OS X/Windows. Edit your samples using NanoStudio's built-in wave editing tools (with multiple undo/redo) and process them offline with custom effects chains.


Record performances in real-time using the keys and trigger pads or create patterns and controller sweeps by drawing them in the piano roll editor. Arrange your patterns into a complete song using the track editor. You can edit while the song is playing and every operation has multiple undo/redo.


Nanostudio's mixer has 2 global effects sends, 4 insert effects per channel and you can record, edit and playback all your fader and pan changes. When you're ready to share your mix with others you can upload it direct to SoundCloud (iOS) or use NanoSync to copy the exported .wav file to your Mac/PC.


NanoStudio's reverb, compressor, parametric EQ, waveshaper, delay, chorus, and bitcrusher effects are all highly optimized so you can run lots of them.


* Transfer files between your computer and your iOS device over WiFi using NanoSync (free download from the Blip Interactive website)
* Send projects, samples and MIDI files as email attachments
* Share your productions on SoundCloud straight from your iOS device (iOS only)

FEATURE SHORTLIST (loads more at

* Eden synth (also plays samples) - single or dual keyboards, XY controllers, pitch bend and accelerometer control
* Sequencer with up to 64 tracks and a piano roll editor for note, velocity and controller events, all with undo/redo
* TRG-16 sample trigger pads
* Sampling and resampling, sample editor and effects processor with undo/redo
* Mixer with 4 inserts per channel, 2 global send busses and volume/pan automation on every channel
* Transfer samples, final mixes and individual track mixdowns to your Mac/PC using NanoSync or email
* MIDI input
* Built in help

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Free iOS Apps Today - November 27, 2012

Hurricane by American Red Cross

Be ready for severe weather with Hurricane by American Red Cross. Monitor conditions in your area or throughout the storm track, prepare your family and home, find help and let others know you are safe – a must have for anyone who lives in an area where a hurricane may strike or has loved ones who do.

Math BINGO for kids

Math BINGO is a fun way for children to practice math facts. Choose from addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division BINGO. Select a level of difficulty (Easy, Medium, and Hard), track your score and time, and have fun.


uHear™ is a hearing loss screening test which allows you to test your hearing to determine if it is within normal range, or if you have a potential hearing loss.

uHear lets you assess your hearing on any one or all three of these tests:

1. Hearing Sensitivity is used to determine the quietest sounds you can hear.
2. Speech in Noise is a measurement of your ability to understand speech in the presence of noise.
3. Questionnaire is a series of twelve questions regarding your performance in common listening situations.

If you do suspect a hearing loss, please seek the advice of a professional.
uHear was designed by Donald Hayes, Ph.D. Director of Audiology for Unitron Hearing.
Test yourself! Test your friends! Test your kids! Test your parents!

Vision Test

- Visual Acuity Test
- Astigmatism Test
- Duochrome Test
- Colour Test
- Far field vision test
- Optician Finder
- Eye Quiz
- Eye Advice and facts
- iPhone / iPod / iPad support

iTooch Elementary

✭✭✭✭✭ iTooch Elementary includes iTooch Math Grade 5, one of the TOP TEN 'Tried and True Apps' selected by ✭✭✭✭✭

iTooch apps have been adopted by more than 300,000 students around the world, who enjoy this new and fun way of practicing and learning their lessons on the iPad.

With more than 18,000 exercises, iTooch Elementary is, by far, the largest collection of educational activities based on the US National Common Core Standards on the App Store. It covers Math, Language Arts and Science curricula for Grades 3 to 5, and Health for Grade 5.

iTooch is a full learning solution which helps parents, teachers and students to identify and address their learning needs in a fun and motivating way.

Drawing Master

Imagine master drawing in just few days? Now we have Drawing Master here. Select your favorite color, and learn to draw with the help of our tutorial. Just follow the shapes and lines. No matter how old you are, you'll enjoy learning this.

  • click or drag the stickers into the blackboard.
  • choose any color of chalks you like.
  • use the blackboard eraser to clean the board.
  • zoom in or out using the lens.
  • you can turn off the light on the blackboard.

Abacus 2

An abacus, also called a counting frame, is a calculating tool used primarily by Asians for performing arithmetic processes. Nowadays, abaci are often constructed as a wooden frame with beads sliding on wires, but originally they were beads or stones moved in grooves in sand or on tablets of wood, stone, or metal.

WorldScan HD - Scan Documents & PDF

WorldScan will turn out to be an indispensable application for your ipad. With WorldScan, you can rapidly scan documents, and convert them into PDF format, as well as save them or send them by email.

Coach Sports - Soccer

Coach Sports is better than a coach's electronic clipboard. The Coach Sports app for iPad is designed for use on the sidelines, with an easy to use interface and everything a coach needs to show his or her team how to win. The app stores team rosters, with detailed player information including individual player's game statistics. Coaches can design formations, drills, plays, and even recreate what happened in a live game with the app. The app can take snapshots of the screen and even record video of what the user creates. The app can play recordings back, so a team or individual player can have a better understanding of what they need to do to improve their own performance on the field. Players and parents will enjoy the app too and can keep their own stats and capture their own observations.

Tinman Arts-High jumping on the moon (Children's Book)

Dear kids, how high can you jump? 10 cm, 20 cm or 30 cm? Have you ever imagined that you could easily jump over the fridge? Wouldn’t that be fantastic! Actually that’s not impossible, let try it on the moon with Morris.

Morotobi's adventure HD  (Children's Book)

★ Creative directing and interesting story including Vibrant illustrations & authentic sound effects!
★ This storybook is fully animated, being presented in full frame (30 frame).
★ More than 40 stunning screen pages with various interactive zones.

Tinman Arts-The gift for mom (Children's Book)

Math is a way of thinking and it can help build children’s problem solving ability. How can we let children learn math in a fun way? We prepared for your children this series of “Percy the Piglet learns math” that introduces 10 basic mathematical ideas: time, measurements, addition & subtraction, shapes, comparisons, space, statistics, series, classifications and numbers, all through interesting fairy tales. Invoking young children’s interests in math helps develop their mind and intelligence. At the same time, children will learn more about love, kindness, forgiveness, responsibility, etc …

Now Kids, Percy the Piglet will show you the world of math!

Martin the Mantis has skillful hands. He can make all sorts of furniture. Martin wants to give his mom a big present for her upcoming birthday. Everyone, even the star in the sky came down to help, but the size of the gift didn’t seem right! What should they do?

3 Little Piggies – Interactive Story Book with Animations (Children's Book)

We turned an all-favorite fairy tale into an amazing interactive story book with animation. Use our app as an enjoyable story, an amusing game, and a helpful reading assistant. Packed with interactive features, it offers a whole new level of involvement into the story!

Twelve Dancing Princesses - interactive iBigToy (Children's Book)

Classic story in new multimedia form: About 12 beautiful princesses, their truth was found out by a soldier. The soldier took the eldest princess to wife and became a king. incredible digitally-redesigned pages with every detail inside.

This interactive audio book features:

►Stunning animation effect on each page.The dancing shoes on the floor, the beautiful princess and clever soldiers and etc. special effects. Make the person at the scene.
► Revolutionary redesigned interactive animations. Example: Sliding the cloud in the sky gently, the clouds will move with the finger’s movement; Click on the beautiful
princess with your finger, the princess will have a happy laughterYou can interact almost everything on the screen.
► Professional audio narration.
► Each page has special effects sound

 Magic Ink - The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (Children's Book)

Experience The Wonderful Wizard of Oz in a way you have never experienced it before - through Magic Ink Books™ beautiful rendition of this timeless classic.


✦ Use Magic Ink to to color in pages and reveal beautiful color illustrations
✦ Find the hidden Toto on every color page, where he barks all his favorite songs
✦ Launch secret animations and sounds
✦ Listen to Dorothy, Scarecrow, the Tin Woodman, Lion, Glinda, Munchkins and more
✦ Read to Me: Choose a narrator (male or female) to read the book to you
✦ Read it Myself
✦ 1 Purchase gets you both iPhone/iPod and iPad versions!

Cinderella-Interactive Book iBigToy (Children's Book)

Classic story in new multimedia form: realistically designed story book, with unique sound and animation. incredible digitally-redesigned pages with every detail inside.

This interactive audio book features:

►Stunning animation effect on each page.
► Revolutionary redesigned interactive animations. You can interact almost everything on the screen.
► Professional audio narration.
► Each page has special effects sound

The Selfish Giant - Interactive Book by iBigToy (Children's Book)

Classic story in new multimedia form: realistically designed story book, with unique sound and animation. incredible digitally-redesigned pages with every detail inside.

This interactive audio book features:

► Stunning animation effect on each page.
► Revolutionary redesigned interactive animations. You can interact almost everything on the screen.
► Professional audio narration.
► Each page has special effects sound

Arthur Christmas Movie Storybook (Children's Book)

Arthur Christmas is an interactive storybook app that at last reveals the incredible, never-before seen answer to the question on every child’s mind: how does Santa deliver all of those presents in one night?!

It may have something to do with Santa’s secret high-tech operations at the North Pole, including the super cool, mile-wide sleighship, the S-1. However, the story takes a twist when Arthur, the story’s unlikely hero, is called upon to complete an urgent mission to deliver the last present that was accidentally left behind.

The storybook features original content from the feature film, including images and character voices and is the only way parents and their children can get a sneak peak before the film debuts or re-live the magic after seeing the movie in the box office. In-story activities include:

•The Arthur Christmas Story: with images and audio straight form the movie
•Narration Options: Read to Me, Read to Myself and Auto Play – makes it a great for kids of all ages
•Make Arthur Look Like Santa: Apply digital stickers to Arthur’s face for a hilarious Santa-like snow costume
•Countdown to Christmas Meter: Digitally track down to the second just how close you’re getting to the big day
•Lull the Lions to Sleep: Swipe back and forth on the screen to help Arthur distract the hungry lions so they can finish their quest to deliver the lost present.

oSnap Voice Enabled Camera

oSnap is a voice operated camera that allows you to take pictures without the need for buttons. Just say the word and oSnap will do it for you!

No more blurry self pictures by shaken cameras as you try to find the button on the screen. Just say 'shoot' and oSnap will take the picture for you.

You can take multiple pictures in a go with burst shot, as well.

The Snow Queen - Interactive Book iBigToy (Children's Book)

Classic story in new multimedia form: It tells about the little boy Kay was changed his good heart by the mirror, with the help of Snow and Ice Queen and the little girl, he was free again. incredible digitally-redesigned pages with every detail inside.

This interactive audio book features:

►Stunning animation effect on each page.Snowflakes, the little girl Geir and the clear creek and etc. special effects.Make the person at the scene.
► Revolutionary redesigned interactive animations. Example: Sliding snow gently, snow will move with the finger’s movement; Click on the little girl, little girl would cry out.You can interact almost everything on the screen.
► Professional audio narration.
► Each page has special effects sound


Want to rock the guitar? Anytime, Anywhere?
Or wish you could play the guitar but never learned?
You can do all this and more with iAmGuitar by savageapps!

First, choose between a six string, a twelve string, and an electric guitar. Then choose the key you want to play in (the chords you want to play). And that's it! Now you can rock the party!

To get that real guitar feel we included Easy Keys and Velocity Strumming. Easily switch between chords with the tap of a button. Strum or pick strings individually. Strum or tap in the center of the device for full volume, and at the edge of the device for quieter notes.

Yes, you can actually play real songs, or write your own! A must have for the singer song-writer--just use headphones and explore your inspirations anywhere, anytime!

This is a universal app with unique layouts for the iPod Touch/iPhone and the iPad.

Sounds best through headphones or speakers--the rich tones of the guitars aren't fully captured by the external speakers of your device.


iAmBeatBox reached #1 in 34 countries and is now one of the top music apps in France -- Vive la France! Millions of people can't be wrong! Check out what the hype is all about.

iAmBeatBox was used by Serj Tankian of System of a Down to create 3 songs for his new solo album Harakiri! The album was released July 10th, 2012 by Warner Bros. Records. Don't miss an important message from Serj below.

Newly rebuilt, iAmBeatBox has become the mothership of savageapps. Here's a glance at all the amazing new features:

★ Universal, including the new iPad.
★ 5 magic gems.
★ Double tap gems to swap them.
★ Pulse Tap feature to slide gems instantly.
★ 60 packs of loops to choose from.
★ 1.7 trillion loop combinations!
★ Control the volume and pan of each track.
★ Fade All feature can fade the song in or out.
★ Control the Tempo & Pitch of the song.
★ 16 presets to save your favorite combos.
★ Export songs as MP4's.
★ Share songs on Facebook
★ Create custom ringtones.
★ Discover new grooves with the Randomizer.
★ Unlock Free Dub Step loops through Facebook.
★ Featuring world class loops by

Cool Metronome

Cool metronome is a practice tool that offers precision and regular beat to help you play accurately. Cool Metronome implements a low-level audio engine that ensures very high performance and excellent time-keeping. Whether you’re a performing artist, music teacher or student you will love this app.

50 Acoustic Guitar Licks

This iPad version of TrueFire's highly popular 50 Acoustic Guitar Licks You MUST Know includes all 50 interactive video lessons, tab, text commentary, standard notation and practice rhythm tracks. All video and lesson content is downloaded along with the app - no Wi-Fi connection or streaming required!

Top educator, player and author of dozens of instructional publications, Rich Maloof presents 50 acoustic guitar licks covering a broad range of crucial acoustic techniques you MUST know! Maloof's handpicked range of phrases, concepts and techniques will help guide your development of the tools, techniques and vocabulary you'll need to take your acoustic guitar playing to the next level.

The bread-and-butter of acoustic playing is covered in 50 lessons demonstrating fingerpicking patterns, open-string voicings, changes with bass lines, alternate tunings, Brit-pop strums, left-hand mutes, double-stops, funk patterns, alternating bass, movable chord-shapes, advanced voicings with open strings, barre chords concepts, Travis-picking, descending bass lines, hammer-ons and pull-offs, alternate chord voicings, movable chord shapes with pedal tones, advanced chord voicing concepts including open strings integration, mixing barre chords with open strings, and harmonics. Rich also shows you the tips and tricks that help set the styles of such acoustic masters as Chet Atkins, Neil Young, Pete Townshend, James Taylor and Jimmy Page apart from the pack.

Add these 50 licks to your acoustic arsenal and you'll have the insight and chops to deliver the perfect mood and texture for any tune - from acoustic power comping to delicate fingerstyle work.

Also, be sure to check out TrueFire's other 50 licks apps!

Beats Metronome

We built it because we love to have an awesome metronome to practice in time. The metronome is simple, beautiful and powerful.

OneTuner Pro - Radio Player for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch

FREE for a limited time!
▸ Every day over 1 million music tracks are played through all the radio stations in OneTuner! Choose the channels you like most, listen to the music and talk shows – all for free. There is no subscription fee.

Discover new music from different countries. Listen to the news in your language from all over the world. Plus, you can have fun and be on the cutting edge of all the current news by creating your personal audio news channel by listening to the news from your Twitter and Facebook accounts with iSpeech virtual newscaster. You can also have access to all the current news details with the combined Twitter and Facebook MyNews Feed.

File Manager Pro (Document Reader & File Browser)

File Manager Pro is FREE for a limited time.

It is the best app to download, organize and view all your files on your iPhone or iPad. It is like the Windows Explorer on your PC or the Finder on your Mac. You can always have your documents right at your fingertips.


You can download your files from your computer using iTunes or open documents directly from Email. In addition, File Manager Pro connects to a large variety of cloud services, such as Dropbox or Download features include:

-Google Drive
-Browser Download
-Open from Email
-Open docs from other apps


The intuitive user interface is amazingly simple and makes organizing your content just a breeze. The app combines traditional file browsing with a truly touch enabled experience. The path view feels just right for navigating through your files. In detail the app has the following features:

-Create new folders
-Mark favorite files
-Copy and move documents
-Open files in other apps
-Print documents
-Rename files
-Zip and unzip
-Email files


File Manager has an extremely robust document viewer for files such as PDFs and Microsoft Office documents. You can also view images, play your mp3s or watch videos with the in-built players. In addition, you can password-protect File Manager Pro, so that your documents can only be viewed by you. In total, the app supports the following formats:

-Web Files
-Zip Files

File Manager Pro is a universal app, so you only have to pay once and can enjoy it on your iPhone as well as iPad. Get file Manager Pro today. It is simply the best file manager for the iPhone and iPad. 

Habits Pro - Organizer for Goals, Tasks and Health Tracking

Three categories are already set up in Habits Pro:
- Live a Healthy Life
- Be Social
- Exercise Your Mind

★★★★★ MacLife: "You can tweak and add to your heart's content." ★★★★★ Featured by AppsGoneFree ★★★★★

Habits Pro = ➤ Intuitive ➤ Insightful ➤ Effective

- Unlimited category screens for organizing your habits
- Visual calendar
- Goals and tasks
- Custom icons (250+) or photos for your goals
- Number items, track weight, steps, BP
- Select active weekdays for recurring tasks
- Daily, weekly, and monthly graphs
- Interactive graphs with many details
- Statistics
- Color themes: Energy, Summer Day, ...
- Rename categories
- Set up your own items
- Password protection
- Powerful data export options

Item types available in Habits Pro: Yes / No, Time, Counters, Numbers

Multi-line diary notes that store photos, too

Limitation: this app does not feature visual scales like, for example, a pain scale that shows different smiley faces for each level of pain. Please look for Track & Share - Lite or Pro - for tracking any type of item, beyond habits. Or upgrade via in-app purchase directly from Habits Pro.  Habits Pro is an in-app purchase of $4.99.

News : Your News Compilation - World - National - Local - HD

Be the first to be informed.
News has been designed specifically for your iPad and your iPhone. It explores the potential of touch screen technology by proposing an elegant, simple and efficient user interface for browsing with fingertip convenience.

This application offers you a compilation of complete and updated news on your mobile phone covering information from the whole world.

A perfect combination of fluidity and simplicity. The major asset of this application is its gradual loading system. It makes the navigation very smooth and very dynamic: you will definitely enjoy it.

Share this article with your friends ... immediately.
Social networking sites are very popular nowadays, that is why News natively includes Facebook, Google+, Mail, Sms and it will suggest you perfectly adapted formats to fit each of them...

News is now available on AppStore. Take advantage of our special launch price 20% off.

(We remind you that the application requires internet access in order to receive updated information ;-))

News, your news compilation on your mobile phone.

LINE Brush

Let your creative side out with LINE Brush!
With this free app you can
make artistic impressions from photos,
and draw anything you wish!
Afterwards you can share your finished masterpieces
using LINE and other related apps!

LINE Brush Features
◆27 Stylish Brushes
Of course, pens and crayons are available, but there are also water-colors and felt-tip pens to put a gorgeous and magical touch into your drawings!

◆15 Photo Brushes
Special pens that can make your photos into sketches!  By waving these on top of your photos
you can create a sketch-like effect!   The results are outstanding!  It looks as though you drew the photo yourself!

◆Adjust the Smallest Details
Adjust the size of photos, brush sizes, even the opacity to your liking with  adjustment bars!  You can even delete the photo alone from your finish sketch leaving the photo-like magic drawing!

◆Share Your Masterpiece!
Send your finished drawings with LINE and impress your friends! You can also share/save using other apps you are using!

Letterpress – Word Game

Find words, steal tiles, color the board! Letterpress is a fresh new word game for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Play against your friends using Game Center! The perfect blend of fun and strategy.


We built iCreate to give kids the tools to create anything. Full of educational content, and fun images and clips, your kids will be drawing, coloring, and (with your help) printing masterpieces worthy of the refrigerator gallery!


1. Kid's can use iCreate to draw anything!
2. Also featuring tangrams - the classic shape-puzzle.
3. Over 10 different scenes, each with it's own original music.
4. A full set of artistic tools, colors, and brushes.
5. In addition, iCreate has a full complement of learning content including words and animals.

Create anything with iCreate!!!


This App Features SmarTots
SmarTots provides learning reports and mobile education app reviews that help parents understand what their children are learning. Signing up for SmarTots also gives parents access to fun activities that enhance the educational value of mobile education apps like this one. Click the Parent Button inside this app to get these great features.

The Real Princess

The Real Princess is a literary fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen about a young woman whose royal identity is established by a test of her physical sensitivity.
The story tells of a prince who wants to marry a princess, but is having difficulty finding a suitable wife. Something is always wrong with those he meets, and he cannot be certain they are real princesses.

  • Illustrations that respond to your hand-gestures and come to life as you flip the pages or tilt your iPad.
  • Objects that move and get animated when you tilt the iPad and tap on its screen
  • A perfect way to get your children interested in reading and keep them entertained whenever you are busy.

  The Ugly Duckling HD (Children's Book)

The Ugly Duckling is a literary fairy tale by Danish poet and author Hans Christian Andersen (1805 – 1875). The story tells of a homely little bird born in a barnyard who suffers abuse from his neighbors until, much to his delight and to the surprise of others, he matures into a beautiful swan, the most beautiful bird of all. The story is beloved around the world as a tale about personal transformation for the better. The tale has been adapted to various media including opera, musical, and animated film. The tale is completely Andersen's invention and owes no debt to fairy or folk lore.

MyBrushes for iPad - Paint, Draw, Scribble, Sketch, Doodle with 100 brushes

MyBrushes is a unique painting application designed to create images and playback the whole painting process. It has 100 kinds of realistic brush styles to simulate the effect of Brush painting, Watercolor painting, Oil painting, Chinese painting, Drawing, Chinese Calligraphy etc.

Anytime Memorize

► Instructions and time notification to memorize.
► Import lots of sound files by one zip file from iTunes, Email or Web.
► Support recording, and can record anytime by pressing two hits and hold;
► Increase the volume of recording;
► Auto split sentences and easy to adjust range of sentence by hand;
► Support play speed from 0.5 to 4.0;
► Support auto-split sentence from recording;
► Support TXT file as comments;
► Support LRC;
► Support MARK/UNMARK a sentence and allow to play marked sentences;
► Support the control from ear-plug button;
► Support zip and output files in a folder and Email to your friends;

DMD Panorama

More than 4 million downloads.

- Fully automated capture system
- Blazing fast stitching, see the results in no time
- Full light exposure control
- Immersive 3D viewer, pinch or double tap to zoom in the panorama, autoplay...
- Full 360 panorama
- On-device panorama gallery
- Web gallery to enjoy thousands of public panoramas
- "Near me" gallery, see panoramas near your location
- No need to register anywhere to save your panorama on your device
- Sign up/sign in and upload your panorama for free to

* Save your panorama to your Photo Album
* Facebook, share a link to an immersive 3D Panorama
* Twitter, tweet a link to an immersive 3D Panorama
* Email the panorama as an image or as a link
* Copy the link (to paste it somewhere else, like in an SMS)

Quick-start guide:
- Hold the device in portrait mode and avoid tilting it (straight vertical !)
- Tap the START button
- Rotate the device to the left or right
- When the two shapes on top form a circle, an image will be taken automatically
- Keep rotating the device in the chosen direction
- Tap the FINISH button or put the device in landscape orientation to stitch and view the panorama
- Tap the Gallery button anytime to cancel shooting

Meet the new Panorama Postcards App and surprise your loved ones with physical panorama postcards! Panorama Postcards prints your panorama picture on a 7 x 12 inches and 0.66lb folded paper card and mails it within 24 h everywhere in the world:

100 Best Places to See Around the World HD

Whether you are looking for a wild adventure, a secluded spot for a vacation, a romantic setting for your honeymoon, or you just want to discover the most fascinating places the world has to offer, this is the right app for you. Featuring more than 200 professional photos of the most beautiful spots on Earth, it will allow you to sit back and explore the world in the comfort of your own home. 

Bamba Burger

Kids create their favorite burger, flip the patty, make French fries and dispense the drinks – just like in a real fast food restaurant! They can choose from lots of funny ingredients to make their happy meal.

"Do you want fries with your Octopus Burger, Mom?" - Vicky, 4-year old Bamba Burger Employee.

Kids assemble the meal, ring up the order on a cash register, and finally eat their custom-made burger! There’s lots of creative fun when role-playing either the customer or the cook.

✔ Dozens of buns, ingredients and drinks to choose from – Hamburger patties to Unicorn Juice!
✔ Cook the patty and flip it on the hot pan
✔ Make the type of fries you want – and fry it in the deep fryer
✔ Dispense the drinks – 12 flavors to choose from!
✔ Mystery toy that comes with every meal
✔ Fantastic, beautiful artwork
✔ Kid-focused interface
✔ No external advertising
✔ No in-app purchases
✔ Great for kids 2+

Bamba Burger is an interactive toy designed for kids. There are no scores, complicated interfaces or stressful time limits. This game is great to play alone or with an adult.

Autodesk FormIt

Autodesk® FormIt mobile app helps you capture building design concepts digitally anytime, anywhere ideas strike. Use real-world site information to help create forms in context and support early design decisions with real building data. Experience a continuous Building Information Modeling (BIM) workflow by synchronizing designs in the cloud for further refinement using Autodesk® Revit® software products and other applications.

Express design ideas with easy-to-use tools:
•Create forms quickly from a gallery of shapes
•Directly manipulate forms using gestures for easy model changes
•Save designs to the cloud and share with others

Easy access to site information:
•Set project location in a searchable maps interface
•Import satellite image of your site
•Design directly in the context of your proposed building location

Make early design decisions:
•Explore the effects of the sun using the location-aware Shadow Study tool
•Start early program analysis by tracking gross building floor area ratio while you design

Experience a more continuous BIM workflow:
•Store and share designs in the cloud using Autodesk® 360 cloud services
•Easily transfer designs to desktop applications via RVT or SAT file formats
•Explore design ideas and add detail to early design forms using award-winning BIM technology

Skype is sending Santa to the classroom with a $10k technology makeover

Skype is rewarding innovative teachers this holiday season with a $10k technology makeover delivered by the big man in red via Skype.

We are very proud that in a time of education cutbacks Skype’s technology is enabling educators to still bring out of the classroom learning experiences to students – all without leaving their desks.  From explorer Mark Wood connecting classrooms in Nepal and Tsunami-damaged Japan for an environmental discussion to students getting a chance to learn from NASA and even surprise video calls from NBA superstar Shaquille O'Neal, Skype in the classroom empowers teachers to bring truly remarkable experiences to their schools.

We want to reward this innovation so today we’re launching Santa in the Classroom, a contest providing teachers with a chance to win $10,000 in technology products from the Microsoft Store and a Skype call with Santa Claus this holiday season!

Please encourage educators to visit the Skype blog for more details or the Skype in the classroom website to enter!  If you would like learn more about how Skype in the classroom is enabling unique and innovative learning experiences for students – for free – please give me a call at 646-747-3596 or email me at


Dara Cothran
Account Director
646.747.3596 (direct)
864.275.3982 (mobile)
skype me! dccothran
19 West 44th Street, 6th floor
New York, New York 10036
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Monday, November 26, 2012

Free iOS Apps Today - Map Apps