"It is the best so far The kids camera is great. I like that I can make more profiles with their own apps. I am still figuring out how to get some of my songs on the kids music. Keep up the great work! "
"I already shared it to my friends! Yes Sir I have been shared to my friends! Before i arrive to your apps i was inspired by famous korean tablet for kid . Tried several apps and your apps is simple, friendly and most of all is organized and free."
"Coollllllll This is best mode"
"Best ever This is the best kids mode (kids locker) for me. Keep up the good work! What more can I say... Its free!"
Through iWawa, you can convert your cell phone or tablet PC into a fun and safe environment for your baby.
You can customize the kids’ desktop and set the usage time for your baby. No more worry of kids accidentally clicking on the ads or deleting important documents. Give your kids an independent space to play and learn.
● Rest Assured that All Applications are Fun and Safe for the Kids to Use.
● An Independent Space for the Kids and Prevent Them from Clicking on the Phones or Tablets Randomly.
● Smart Alarm Clock to Prevent Addiction and Have the Kids Rest on Time.
● Kids Exclusive Surfing Browser to Automatically Block Kids-inappropriate Websites.
● Personal Desktop for the Kids to Customize Their Own Space Pattern.
● Password Protection to Prevent the Kids from Exiting the Kids Space Protection Area.
Parental Control Area:
● Select the Proper Games and Applications for the Kids to Use.
● Choose the Proper Websites for the Kids to Browse.
● Set the Kids’ Playing and Rest Time.
● View the Statistic Report of Kids’ Application Use Behavior.
● Handpick the Quality Applications for the Kids.
● Support Multiple Kid Accounts.
• Wyświetlanie lekcji i sal dla wszystkich klas i uczniów z indywidualnym tokiem nauczania L LO
• Podświetlanie aktualnej i następnej lekcji
• Wyświetlanie dzwonków i przerw (z podświetleniem aktualnych)
• Personalizacja planu w zależności od grupy z języka angielskiego, języka obcego itp.
• Możliwość szybkiego podejrzenia planu lekcji innych klas i uczniów
• Widget z planem do umieszczenia na ekranie głównym lub ekranie blokady (Android 4.2 lub nowszy)
This application is developed for those, who are already familiar with basic knowledge of English language and want to quickly and easily learn more English words. You have the ability to learn the 1000 most frequently used words in the English language. Now you can learn anywhere and any time when you have free.
*** Ensure that this Google app is installed in your Android and chosen as default TTS engine to correct voice diction ***
Do you know why van Gogh cut off his ear? Or who is Vermeer’s girl with the pearl earring? With DailyArt app released today, day by day, art will no longer be a secret for you.
DailyArt is a free app that every day publishes one piece of fine art. But it’s not all - with one classic masterpiece a day you receive a short info, a little tittle-tattle about the painting, the artist or the epoque when it was produced. The content was prepared by the specialists so it assures the great selection of works. Everything is written in a light and pleasant way - because art is for everyone, not only for art historians.
Furthermore, every artwork can be enlarged to the full screen, the app provide also the basic info (the title, author, year, technique, current location) about each painting. It is integrated with Wikipedia, so if you became a fan of some masterpiece you’ll be able to quickly find more info about it. And of course, if one art piece daily is not enough for you, you can check what was highlighted in previous days.
"For me, apps like these are a step in the right direction for getting younger generations engaged with art "
- Christina Farr, VentureBeat
"With its superb images and informative biographical blurbs, DailyArt is perfect for those looking to add some culture to their day."
Kelly Hodgkins, TUAW
“DailyArt is your daily dose of classic paintings, serving up a proverbial shot of espresso to awaken the inner culture vulture in you”
- Paul Sawers, The Next Web