My 24 Most-Used Education Apps (What Are Yours?)

The Apple iPad is one of the biggest things we all talk about when it comes to education technology. It’s nothing new. But what is new is that amount of sharing teachers are doing around the world about what iPad apps work best for them. Some create lists of their favorite apps, others share screenshots using the old ‘home button + lock button’ feature on the iPad.


I see a few iPad screenshots here and there in my Twitter feed on a regular basis. But when I saw the most recent shot from Rob Brocklebank, I just had to add it to Edudemic. He shared the 24 (all the apps you can fit on one screen without using folders) most-used and favorite iPad apps for teachers.

Share Your Screenshot!

Want to get show off your favorite iPad apps? We’ll feature it on Edudemic so our million-plus readers can learn from your experience! Who knows, we might just give away a prize or two. Just email your screenshot to edudemic [at] gmail.com to be considered. We’ll then compile them into something nice and easy-to-read. I’d recommend not having too busy a background so others can clearly see what apps are there.

The Most-Used iPad Apps For Teachers

  1. Calendar
  2. Camera
  3. Settings
  4. Dropbox
  5. ActionNotes
  6. Wunderlist
  7. iDoceo
  8. MyLessonPlan
  9. Evidence
  10. Google Drive
  11. Pages
  12. Keynote
  13. Prezi
  14. Showbie
  15. Socrative Teacher
  16. Evernote
  17. Comic Life
  18. Diptic
  19. Nearpod
  20. Skitch
  21. Chrome
  22. Safari
  23. Mail
  24. Photos

favorite ipad apps for teachers

4 Comments

  1. Ben

    April 25, 2013 at 3:04 pm

    The one listed as “Teacher” is actually Socrative Teacher

  2. Kate White

    April 25, 2013 at 5:23 pm

    1. PDF expert 2. Dropbox 3. Edmodo 4. Planbook touch 5. doceri 6. Class dojo 7. Corkulous 8. Brain pop 9. A+ pro 10. Calculator

  3. Dimitri

    April 27, 2013 at 4:47 pm

    Evernote is a must! It replaces all todo lists, word processing software and file storage systems for me.

  4. Kendall

    April 29, 2013 at 4:56 pm

    I love the way you’re using screenshots to share what apps teachers are using visually. I compiled a similar list from asking current teachers what their favorite apps were to use, and from that research, I found 100 apps for teachers.