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Apps for your iPad

Apps for your iPad

Looking for a way to utilize your new iPad more effectively? Check out these free apps:

Looking for a way to utilize your new iPad more effectively? Check out these free apps:

iBooks – access multimedia textbooks (and thousands of other books). Textbooks are owned by the purchaser and stored in their account – including free updates. Some textbooks are free, others available for purchase. If you have access to a Mac, use iBooks Author, another free app from Apple, to create your own multimedia textbook.

iTunes U – entire courses with syllabus, assignments, video, documents, apps, and books. Browse the available courses or create your own, all on the iPad.

Adobe Voice – free storytelling app for iPad. Use available images and icons or load your own, narrate your story, and share. It’s just that simple.

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