Learning Apps Gone Free – March 10, 2016

This Week’s Paid Learning Apps Gone Free

This week’s learning apps gone free feature interactive ways to learn about light and sound, a cool sticky-note whiteboard, and an app that explains why van Gogh cut off his ear.

All apps free as of March 10, 2016. Please verify app prices before downloading.


Light Sound HD iPad AppLight Sound HD

Was $1.99 – Now Free
iPad

The Light and Sound HD app covers the topics of light and sound in a multimodal learning environment.

The content of the app spans several grade levels and the various learning modes are designed to facilitate easier learning and to improve attention.

App Store

Daily Art Pro AppDailyArt PRO – your daily dose of art masterpieces – best classic, modern and contemporary artworks

Was $4.99 – Now Free
iPad, iPhone

Do you want to know why van Gogh cut off his ear? Or who is the lady on Picasso’s portrait? How Jackson Pollock created his paintings? Open DailyArt and find out.

Every day get inspired by beautiful, museum-like art masterpiece and the read story it hides. Explore over 1000 masterpieces in the Archive, add them to your favorites, search for artists and paintings.

App Store


Stickyboard 2Stickyboard - Sticky Note iPad App

Was $9.99 – Now Free
iPad, iPhone

LIKE REAL NOTES, ONLY BETTER
Nothing beats a whiteboard and sticky-notes for capturing lots of loose information and seeing the big picture. Stickyboard takes that flexibility and adds the convenience and power of your iPad. Don’t worry about losing notes after a meeting again. It’s much easier to carry around, and a lot friendlier for the environment.

 App Store


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