Monday, December 15, 2008
iPhone users, this is for you!
I am not an iPhone user. The reason is because I like to use cell phones that the majority of students and teachers have, which are more basic cell phones. As that changes, I will purchase an iPhone or something similar, but until then I will be in the trenches with the students. However, I often get emails from people asking about free iPhone applications that might couple well with education. I found a great site called 148, where they list hundreds of free applications for the iPhone and iTouch. Everything from Writepad to Facebook to video games are included on this site. There are also reviews and links to load the applications onto your iPhone.
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