Learning Apps Gone Free – April 14, 2016

This Week’s Paid Learning Apps Gone Free

This week’s learning apps gone free – an interactive Earth model, note-taking app, and fun spelling game.

All apps free as of April 14, 2016. Please verify app prices before downloading.


The Earth App by TinybopThe Earth by Tinybop

Was $2.99 – Now Free
iPad, iPhone

The Earth is an interactive model that lets kids study and observe the geological forces that change the planet — above and below the surface, in a matter of minutes and over millions of years.

Dig into our planet and the geological forces that shape it. Trigger earthquakes! Make volcanos erupt! Investigate plate tectonics, weathering, erosion, and deposition. Travel across time to see how our home has changed over eons, pre-Pangea to the present

App Store

Little Big Car Factory - Spelling AppLittle Big Car Factory: Spelling Game

Was $1.99 – Now Free
iPad, iPhone

In the Little Big Car Factory, players become super spelling car designers! After selecting a vehicle to customize, they will spell words to gain access into each of the Design Labs at the factory. They will select from a variety of flashy paint designs, snazzy wheels, fun decals, and groovy radio tunes before taking it out for a spin on a non-violent race course that is different every time.

App Store


Sketchworthy - Notes, Sketches, IdeasSketchworthy – Notes, Sketches, and Ideas

Was $2.99 – Now Free
iPad, iPhone

Sketchworthy is designed as a beautiful and innovative way to create and manage all your notes, sketches, scribbles, and more. Create notebooks and pages of your sketches, annotate maps and webpages, add photos, text, draw, and more. The app takes advantage of new iOS 9 technology to offer an experience unseen in other note-taking or drawing apps

 App Store


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