This website helps parents and teachers find great iPad apps for education

by Doug Drinkwater

April 17 2013

The new appLearning website serves up both free and paid-for apps, and even rates how good they are for children
The new appLearning website serves up both free and paid-for apps, and even rates how good they are for children

Finding high-quality apps on the App Store is often a laborious and time-consuming task. But that may no longer be the case for parents, teachers and students, judging by the looks of a new website.

Chicago-based app recommendation service Appolicious has announced a new website called appoLearning, which saw teachers, educators and technology experts draw up a list of the top five iPad apps across almost 100 different subjects.

The apps, which come from a collection of different developers, are split into four different age groups (Early Childhood, Elementary School, Middle School and High School) and are judged on ‘educational content’, ‘kid appeal’ and ‘safety’ among other things.

Appolicious has detailed how the website works in an introductory blog post. Alternatively, you can dive right in and start using the new website.

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