The Cat In The Hat – Dr Seuss (Paid) This app is definitely one for the kids. Dr Seuss’ infamous The Cat in the Hat series is a range of books aimed at helping kids learn the basics of reading. Each book is colourfully designed and can be easily read on a tablet device.
Google Books (Free) With Google Books, you have access to hundreds of thousands of books; each available for a reasonable price. For educational purposes, there are a good selection of non-fiction titles as well as some classic novels. The perfect way to add real functionality to your tablet.
Google Body (Free) Google Body is a perfect educational tool for anyone looking to do some research on the human anatomy. The app itself gives a detailed exploration of the human body, as well as listing some interesting facts about organs. The 3D animation works a treat and just adds to the great experience the app brings.
KeyChord (Paid) If you are ever wanted to have the chance to learn the piano from the comfort of your sofa, then KeyChord might be the perfect app for you. KeyChord has a built-in tutorial helping you get to grips with the chords and scales of the piano, as well as having a five octave multi-touch piano for you to try your newly acquired skills out on.
Thinking Space Pro (Paid) Thinking Space Pro allows you to create visual mind-maps to help keep your notes organised, as well as being a great way of scheduling tasks and meetings. On top of this, the app allows you to create hyperlinks in your mind maps that you can then link to images, PDFs and audio files stored on your tablet.