Google has been ridiculed over the creation and downsizing of various applications over the years, but in the case of corporate software, I would prefer that things die a slow disturbing death. Apple, on the other hand, has made the latter with two of its K-12 focused software applications: iBooks Author and iTunes U.[…] [iBooks Author is] basically the same application as it was when it was released in 2012. Is iBooks Author an app that schools should build around ? If so, what promise do they have that will be compatible with something in the future? […]
The last major [iTunes U] feature was released in 2015. […] Unfortunately, iTunes U does not even support splitter screen on the iPad yet. Apple pencil support is just bone. It will be difficult for me to recommend iTunes U as a platform for everyone at this point.
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