Earth Day is a cherished event for many people all over the globe. It's a chance to pay tribute to this planet and learn about how you can preserve the vitality of Earth. If you want to learn more about Earth Day and this planet, then check out are best Earth Day apps for the iPad:
#1 - Living Earth - Clock & Weather
For: iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (5th generation), iPad
Can’t watch the sunrise or the sunset? This app is the perfect way to see nature in real time. You can see the virtual 3D view of the earth from outer space that is ideal for your iPad’s display. If you want to know more about the weather you can also see cloud formations as they are accumulating if a storm is on the way. Watch the season change all in the beautiful high resolution of your iPad.
#2 -50 Greatest Photographs of National Geographic
Broaden your horizons by taking a look at National Geographic’s 50 most amazing photos. This app is loaded with details including the thoughts behind the photos and the photographers who took them. Additionally, it also has interactive maps and informative timelines that you can explore. Despite the $4.99 cost, the knowledge you will acquire will be priceless.
#3 - Geo Walk HD - 3D World Fact Book
For: iPhone, iPod touch, iPad
Do you want to learn new things? Have you ever dreamed to be an explorer? Well now you certainly can. Geo walk is an interactive model of a globe that you can explore. Learn new things while discovering this great world with in-depth articles on a variety of different topics. Find these articles placed with respect to their location with loads of pictures.
#4 - Here On Earth
If you want to know more about the history of the planet or the evolution theory, then this app is for you. This is a multimedia version of the highly touted work that looks at the history of the planet, humanity, and the interaction between both. This app includes an interview with the author, some videos from several filmmakers and more. An integrated Twitter feed creates a reading group inside the app, which allows you to engage the community of readers from inside the book itself.
#5 - Britannica Kids: Rainforests
For: iPhone, iPod touch, iPad
This app is great if you want your kids to learn more about nature in a fun way. Rainforests is a great app for teaching kids all about the history of these regions. It also teaches children about native animals and plants, different types of rainforest and much more. It's a tremendous tool to help kids ages eight through 12. This app is informative and engaging.
Geo Walk: World Factbook & Natural Science for Kid
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