With our generation’s progress on technology, we can already learn things not just from books and lectures in classrooms but also in Apps that can help you knowledge within the comfort of your home, room, or anywhere you want to start learning about Science.

Kids Can Match

Kids Can Match

An interactive, adaptive, and fun memory game for kids of all ages. Kids Can Match features an amazing and unique collection of 70+ authentic animal images and sounds. Considered as the perfect way to engage children in a fun game while learning about a wide range of animals from all around the world. This awesome iPad app is specifically designed by experienced educators to fit the needs of younger children and is a welcome addition to any animal-loving family.

Molecules

Molecules

Designed to ideally view 3D renderings of molecules and manipulating them using your fingers. Molecules lets you rotate the molecules by moving your finger across the display, zoom in or out by using two-finger pinch gestures, or pan the molecule by moving two fingers across the screen simultaneously. The molecular structures can also be viewed in ball-and-stick and space-filling visualization modes.

Science360 for iPad

Science360 for iPad

Created by The National Science Foundation. Science360 provides easy access to engaging science and engineering images and videos from around the globe, along with a news feed featuring breaking news from NSF-funded organizations. This very useful iPad App’s content are produced either by NSF or gathered from scientists, colleges and universities, and NSF science and engineering centers.

iCelsius

iCelsius

This app is a handy temperature probe that will turn your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch into a digital thermometer. It just requires a separate hardware that’s available from their website to operate. However, iCelsius can also work in demo mode even if there’s no probe connected. The apps reads temperature, create graphs, and set up alerts.

Mitosis

Mitosis

This very useful iPad app will walk you through the process of cell division, and will explain everything that happens along the way. Mitosis allows you to usher cells through the process of mitosis with your fingers, learning about what happens in each phase of the process. You can also view images of actual cells through mitosis with your fingers, learning about what happens in each stage of the process. You can also look at images of actual cells dividing under a microscope and see the actual structures you’ve studied.