In my iPad Oddities session today I was asked about resources for finding effective iPad apps and apps that are on sale. So I have decided to put together some of the best resources around the ‘net to locate apps that a teacher may want to use in the classroom. Obviously, any list such as this cannot be exhaustive and certainly is subject to change, but these are sites I use to research apps for apps I may want to use.
Apps Gone Free – This app will give you leads on apps that have gone from paid to free on the app store. There are hundreds or thousands of these apps daily, and Apps Gone Free aggregates them and gives you leads on the ones that will likely have value to you.
App Shopper – Another sale app aggregator. Based on your options, App Shopper will bring you sale apps and apps that are free. I like the fact that App Shopper allows you to choose the options you want and brings you a very personalized app selection
Teachers With Apps – This website features reviews of apps that are added on a regular basis. I like the layout of this site, and that they give direct iTunes links with each review. It is an effective, organized site.
iEAR.org – While this site hasn’t been updated in some time, it was a very effective site and still has great reviews to offer of apps that were listed before they stopped publishing. I like the layout of this site, and the fact that they categorized by level and subject matter. All reviews are written by teachers for teachers.
If this isn’t enough, feel free to drop me a line on Twitter and I’ll search out whatever you’re looking for!