For quite some time i have been looking for an app where you could write just like you would in a notebook, you could turn the page and keep on writing, even draw a picture and have it all saved into a neat little notebook. I stumbled across Penultimate and it is everything i was looking for. I've now got several notebooks set up, eg, Flossy's Spelling. In this notebook she can write all her spelling words and sentences and it's all saved there for later. Previously we had been using Whiteboard Pro for spelling words, but there was no 'neat' way of saving all of the work. As we are moderated by our state it is important to me to keep a record of the work we are completing.
Last year i tried ripping some DVD's onto the kids iTouches, what a time consuming process, ripping, converting, transferring etc. I eventually gave up, i think i only did 3! I was speaking to my sister over the Christmas break and she suggested taking a look at Good Player. It plays the files in their native format, no converting required! Brilliant! I've now downloaded a bunch of Magic School Bus movies from You Tube now to transfer lots of the DVD's we have in our library.
Want an app that lets you feel like you are drawing on paper? This is the one, don't skimp, pay the dollars, you wont be disappointed. It has a wide variety of media to choose from, from paint rollers to calligraphy pens. Our favourite function is the mirror image feature where it will mirror exactly what you draw. LOTS of fun and is inspiring lots of creativity on paper too :)