I have an Android SmartPhone (Droid Incredible 2) and love it. It is an indispensable part of my day as an educator. I use it for lesson plans, communication, organizing, research, and so much more. Android phones and apps also have a lot of great resources for students.
Last week I wrote a post on Android for Education Apps and Resources.
Here are some more:
TweetDeck - Twitter is a great learning and sharing tool and the TweetDeck app on Android is great. Works just like the desktop/web version.
Edmodo - access Edmodo system on your phone - makes it easy for teachers and students to stay connected and share information. Use your Android phone to send notes, post replies, and check messages and upcoming events while away from the classroom.
Whiteboard - Collaborative Drawing, a fun productivity app, allows you to draw with friends, work on projects, etc
FlashCards - Create your flashcards and carry them around in convenient digital format. Perfect for studying on the go!SHARE your flash cards and study with friends!
Skitch - Annotate, edit and save your photos & scribbles and then save to Evernote. Great for making quick sketches or marking up a photo for notes.
NoteRec - take short notes while audio recording. Notes are synced with audio. Great for lectures and meetings.
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