Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Google Apps Take Two!

Want to GO ABOVE AND BEYOND in the classroom with MORE Google Apps on your mobile device? Here's a Google Apps Take Two list to help you fly-high!

1. Google Expeditions 

Google Expeditions is a virtual reality teaching tool that lets you lead or join immersive virtual trips all over the world — get up close with historical landmarks, dive underwater with sharks, even visit outer space! 

Google Play

2. Science Journal 

Use the sensors in your phone or connect to external sensors to conduct experiments on the world around you. Organize your ideas into projects, make predictions, take notes and collect data in multiple trials, then annotate and explore your results. 

Google Play

3. YouTube Creator Studio 

Manage your channel on the go. Check out your latest stats, respond to comments, and get noti cations so you can stay connected from anywhere. 


Google Play

4. Toontastic Jr. Pirates 

A playful storytelling tool for swashbucklers and scallywags as young as 3 to create their own pirate cartoons. 


5. Motion Stills 

Bring your Live Photos back to life with advanced stabilization and rendering. Turn your photos into GIFs that loop forever, or edit them together into epic movies. 


6. Androidify 

Create and share your animated Android characters as emoticons, animated GIFs and pictures over texts, posts or chats. 

Google Play: goo.gl/FGml3m 

Web: www.androidify.com 

7. Google Search

 Say “Ok Google” and find everything from nearby restaurants to the calories in cheesecake. Google also shows you the info you need before you ask, like updates on your favorite teams and tra c alerts. 


Google Play

8. Google My Maps 

Make custom maps to remember your favorite places, explore new cities, or view trends. 

iOS(by mymapplus.com) 


9. Google Goggles 

Search by taking a picture: point your mobile phone camera at a painting, famous landmark, barcode/QR code, product, or popular image. If Goggles fi nds it in its database, it will provide you with useful information. 


10. Cardboard Camera 

Takes 3D VR photos. Hear the sounds as they happened, and look around to see the scene in every direction. 

iOS: use StreetView app 


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