Not every investment in life appreciates but with iRevise Geography you can be sure it will. With fantastic new content coming every month it just keeps getting better and better! This week I have made an addition to the iBook, Chapter 11: Economic Activities it is now live and free to update. I am particularly proud of this chapter and its one Ive been working on for months. I believe I have struck interactive gold with this One! The visuals of this chapter are simply awesome!
Now Imagine this was a printed textbook… All the hassle of getting the new edition of the book and having to fork out another €20+ to obtain the new content. This is called classroom fragmentation, a common problem in Second Level schools where students try to study from various editions of textbooks and can often mean confusion and frustration for Teachers & Students. This will not happen with iRevise Geography and Updates are always Free!
Last Week… I was extremely lucky to receive a ticket to the Web Summit in the RDS at the very last minute. The Event itself was inspirational, intriguing and completely amazing. I love technology so there was no better place on the Planet to spend the week than at the Web summit! I was really excited to be in attendance and I thoroughly enjoyed listening to the many success stories of tech on Centre Stage including Tony Fadell (Nest), Brad Smith (Intuit) and many other big timers!
Apple is very proud of its iOS Ecosystem and why not… Recent statistics show Apple has a direct link to 629,000 jobs in Europe and I’m just as proud to be part of that figure and It is a tribute to Steve Jobs also, without Apple this business like thousands of others wouldn’t exist either entirely or in a different form.
Apple has just launched its brand new iPad lineup featuring the New iPad Air 2 and the iPad Mini 3. But at the same time there has never been such a great time to introduce iPads into schools. Starting at a new low of €249 you can get an iPad Mini, but I would suggest schools considering the idea of adopting iPads, go for a Retina Display iPad Mini or iPad Air as I feel that the extra clarity on-screen makes learning and interacting with iRevise Geography and other content more fun and immersive. I believe the extra €60-or so makes a huge difference at for the iPad Mini with Retina Display. If you would prefer a bigger screen to work with the iPad Air works great.
Another milestone hit… Update 1.2 is out and It features various minor updates to the tutorial chapter as well as a useful product demonstration video embedded in the chapter. Please get used to these updates as they are an integral part of the development of the book. Interactive Arts is always going to be optimising and adapting to the feedback, syllabus and our own Intuitive ideas. But they are free so think of it as an investment!
Many cool and awesome ideas are in the pipeline and this is the method they will be provided, its quick & simple and takes 5 minutes to update. Just go into the iBooks App> Store> A red icon will direct you to the purchases section along the bottom where you can download it quickly & easily. If you are viewing this on an iPad and follow the link below which will directly link you to the update.
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As usual I am very proud to announce stats about my business but this Is the first time I have ever reported on Sales! I can now tick this off my objective list as It was one of my future plans, which I never dreamt it would be realised so quickly… in less than a week! What’s more Is that we are still the #1 Paid iBook in the textbook category on the iBookstore nearly a month after launch! Thank you for your support as always.
I love sharing the success of Interactive Arts with my followers and I hope they are not interpreted as boasting! But I am once again proud to announce that we have hit 2,125 blog views in the past 10 months. If you remember my last stat post about our 1,000 page views, well it has only been 2 months since that feat. To put that into perspective… the first thousand took 8 and a half months. I reckon that we have reached half of the worlds landmasses based on the diagram above, if that makes sense!
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