The IED IMPACT app for iPad provides wounded warriors with a way to connect with and give back to their units. The program is designed specifically to serve the counter-improvised explosive device (IED) community.
A new social language app for the iPhone takes learning out of the classroom. The free PlaySay app connects English and Spanish speaking players in a game setting where the goal is to practice real phrases and improve pronunciation.
Get paid for shopping smart. Comparing prices has never been easier thanks to the Smoopa Price Scanner app for iPhone and Android. Simply scan the barcode on the packaging of any item and enter in the price. The program then compares it to other prices in its database.
Do you have a creative app solution to help students explore science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM)? If so, you could be a winner in the U.S. Defense Department's mobile app challenge running from now through June 4, 2012. Get details on how to enter.
Soldiers can now purchase 12 mobile training apps from the newly launched Army Software Marketplace. The apps, developed through the Connecting Soldiers to Digital Applications initiative, are approved for Army-wide use and available at www.marketplace.army.mil.