What’s on my iPad?

List of MLTI Apps

 

The following list of software titles are preloaded onto the iPad Retina & iPad mini devices.
FaceTime
FaceTime video calling via Wi- Fi, with its high-quality video and fast frame rate, is ideal for those who
communicate using sign language or by lip reading. FaceTime also lets you place and receive video relay and text
relay calls using services like zVRS.com and HOVRS.com.
Reminders
Organize your life. Make as many to- do lists as you need and easily add to them. Set due dates and you’ll get alerts
as deadlines approach. Set a location from your Mac, and your iPhone or iPad will remind you when you get there.
Check items off your lists as you go and keep track of what you’ve completed. And to be sure you don’t forget
anything, iCloud keeps your reminders up to date on your Mac, iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch.
Safari
Safari, the simple-to-use web browser that comes with every Apple device, features a combined field for search
terms and web addresses, tabbed browsing, and the ability to receive the latest news and information via RSS
technology. With tabs in Safari, students can quickly switch between multiple web pages in a single window. This
enables students to quickly and easily gather and compare information on a subject from multiple sources, which
can help them learn how to evaluate information presented on the Internet. MARVEL, Maine’s Virtual Library, is
completely accessible via Safari in both iOS and OS X.
Maps
Designed by Apple from the ground up, Maps gives you turn-by-turn spoken directions, interactive 3D views, and
the stunning Flyover feature. All in a beautiful vector-based interface that scales and zooms with ease. Students will
be able to use maps across all their curriculum areas – from visiting their own community or the Globe Theater in
Stratford- upon-Avon to traveling down the Colorado River as it flows through the Grand Canyon. Flyover allows
students to see a number of major metro areas from the air with photo- realistic, interactive 3D views. Students can
explore cities such as Rome in high resolution as you zoom, pan, tilt and rotate around historic landmarks such as
the coliseum and the ruins of the Roman forum.
Notes
A great idea could strike at any moment. Before you lose it, jot it down in Notes. With iCloud, your notes stay with
you on every device you use. So you can think of Notes as the keeper of anything important or anything, period.
Calendars
Keep track of your busy schedule and share it with others using Calendar. Create separate calendars—one for home,
another for school, a third for work, and so on. See all your calendars in a single window or choose to see only the
calendars you want. Calendar lets you create invitations using information from Contacts, update your guest list,
keep track of responses, and receive the latest status information. When you or another Mac or iOS user receives a
Calendar invitation via Mail, it’s automatically added. Calendar also works with iCloud, Yahoo!, and Google. iCloud
also features calendar sharing, which can be a powerful tool for teachers to track test dates and field trips, and for
students engaged in collaborative project work.
Keynote
Apple’s simple-to-use, cinema-quality presentation software lets students create stunning presentations to share their
work. Keynote will open PowerPoint files saved in Microsoft’s .ppt and .pptx file formats as well as save files into
those formats. And teachers who also have a Mac can use iCloud to have Keynote (.key) presentations available on
their Mac.
Numbers
Build spreadsheets on a flexible, free-form canvas. So you can move tables, charts, graphics, and text anywhere you
want on the page.
Pages
Pages is both a streamlined word processor and an easy-to-use page layout tool for designing media-rich documents

GarageBand
The easy way to record audio samples. GarageBand provides access to music composition and audio publishing
capabilities. With GarageBand students can create voice recordings to document progress over time.
iMovie
Bring lessons to life through video, sound, and pictures. iMovie lets students focus on content in ways that can be
easily shared. In fact, teachers tell us that it is their most effective tool to support Challenge-Based Learning.
iPhoto
iPhoto is a 21st century show and tell. iPhoto provides students with engaging alternative methods of demonstrating
their knowledge and abilities through photos. This visual storytelling provides a way for students with auditory
processing difficulties to express themselves.
iTunes U
iTunes U is the world’s largest online catalog of free education content. Students can learn a new language, study
Shakespeare or discover the cosmos on iTunes U, home to more than 500,000 free lectures, videos, books, and other
resources. Among the hundreds of colleges, universities, and elementary and high schools on iTunes U, you’ll find
content from Stanford, Yale, MIT, Oxford, and UC Berkeley, along with other distinguished institutions, such as
MoMA, New York Public Library, the Maine Department of Education, and more. Content appropriate for every
grade level exists in a high-quality, easily accessible format.
Bento
Bento is the leading personal database. Now you can organize contacts, track projects, plan events and manage lists
— the fast and easy way! Get started in seconds and be infinitely more organized. Bento includes 25 templates that
are ready to use at work, home, school, and in your community. Easily customize them to organize virtually any type
of information you have. Organize contacts, track projects, plan events and manage lists. Create your own
personalized apps to track virtually any type of information you have.
Notability
Notability powerfully integrates handwriting, PDF annotation, typing, audio recording, and organizing so users can
take notes in their own way.
GoodReader
With GoodReader on iPad, you can read virtually anything, anywhere: books, movies, maps, pictures. Annotation is
a feature long sought after by users who want to add their own mark-ups to PDFs, especially those collaborating as a
team on shared documents. The types of annotations that can be created and edited in GoodReader include
typewriter text boxes, popup comments (“sticky notes”), text highlights, freehand drawings, lines, arrows,
rectangles, ovals, cloudy shapes, text underlines, strikeouts, text insertion marks.
Explain Everything
Explain Everything is an easy-to-use design tool that lets you annotate, animate, and narrate explanations and
presentations. You can create dynamic interactive lessons,
activities, assessments, and tutorials using Explain Everything’s flexible and integrated design. Use Explain
Everything as an interactive whiteboard using the iPad video display.
Wolfram Alpha
WolframAlpha has rapidly become the world’s definitive source for instant expert knowledge and computation.
Across thousands of domains–with more continually added– WolframAlpha uses its vast collection of algorithms
and data to compute answers and generate reports for you. This app gives you access to the full power of the
WolframAlpha computational knowledge engine.
MyScript Calculator
Easy, simple and intuitive, just write the mathematical expression on the screen then let MyScript technology
perform its magic converting symbols and numbers to digital text and delivering the result in real time.
Graphing Calculator HD
Graphing Calculator HD turns your iPad into an intuitive high-resolution function plotter and scientific calculator.

eBackPack
In a classroom setting, no matter what the content area, assignments have to move easily between teachers and
students. A clear and simple workflow is necessary. Not one-way movement of materials — it has to be easy both
ways. With eBackpack teachers can share and distribute assignments and class materials from their MacBook Air or
their iPad mini. The students retrieve the content on their iPad and can work on the assignment in any application
available. Students do not need to be isolated — in eBackpack, they can collaborate in a secure environment. With
work completed, the students easily pass their work in — and eBackpack makes sure the work stays organized by
class and assignment. Now it’s the teacher’s turn, and they are easily able to retrieve student work via their MacBook
Air or iPad mini, where they can review the student work, annotate with comments, and deliver a grade. The cycle
continues as students are now able to see the teacher’s comments and grading, make changes as needed and pass the
work back in. In addition to the simple pass-in, pass-out workflow, eBackpack also includes e-portfolio, parent
login, and many other features that will support effective use of the MLTI devices.
iBooks
The interactivity in iBooks textbooks allows support for 3D objects, interactive images, videos, and review
questions, so textbooks can provide multimodal access to a subject to assist multiple learning styles. iBooks
textbooks also have built-in highlighting, note-taking, search, study cards, and glossary support.
Khan Academy
Khan Academy allows students to learn almost anything for free, at their own pace. Khan Academy contains a
collection of over
3,500 videos covers a massive number of topics, including K-12 math, science topics such as biology, chemistry,
and physics, and even the humanities with playlists on finance and history.
Scan
Scan is a fast and user-friendly QR reader and barcode scanner. Through the use of QR codes (which can easily be
created online at a variety of websites such qrstuff.com) teachers can provide students with quicker and more direct
access to a wide variety of content.
Xperica
Understanding science through textbooks can be hard. Xperica HD for the iPad brings the experience of touch to
various science experiments to foster better understanding. Users can interact with various elements to see how the
experiment as a whole reacts. The app is available for download free of cost and comes preloaded with a couple of
experiments.
Nova Elements
Explore the elements in a whole new way. Did you ever wonder why the periodic table is shaped the way it is, what
gives each element its own unique set of properties, or even how elements combine to make everyday objects such
as a cup of coffee? With “NOVA Elements,” explore an interactive periodic table, play a game hosted by David
Pogue, or watch the two-hour NOVA program, “Hunting the Elements.”
NASA Visualization Explorer
This is the NASA Visualization Explorer, the coolest way to get stories about advanced space-based research
delivered right to your iPad. A direct connection to NASA1s extraordinary fleet of research spacecraft, this app
presents cutting edge research stories in an engaging and exciting format. See the Earth as you’ve never seen it
before; travel to places otherwise unavailable to even the most intrepid explorers!
DropMind Lite
DropMind® Lite is a free mind mapping application for iPad that will help you brainstorm, organize, and present
ideas and information on the go. By visualizing your thoughts and ideas you can organize your daily work
effectively, and make smarter decisions faster. Mind maps are useful for note taking, recording minutes of meetings,
to-do lists, draft project plans etc.