Introducing Tap n’ Type

Tap n' Type

Introducing “Tap n’ Type,” a new feature from TinyTap for creating text based activities and letting your students fill-in the blanks!   Text input rounds out TinyTap’s menu of interactive features, which already includes Reading, Soundboard, Ask a Question, Puzzle, and Video. While these features have already empowered thousands of teachers from around the world to make stunning interactive lessons, now teachers will be able to create language lessons with translation exercises, spelling bees, math equations, scientific diagrams, memorization quizzes, riddles, and more. … Read More

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TinyTap announces a redesign to help older learners create their own educational apps

All Grown Up

TinyTap is growing up! The popular game creation app is “graduating preschool” and re-launching as a powerful, fast educational platform suitable for all ages. Now anyone can create and learn with TinyTap’s interactive lessons – all with their own photos, videos and voice.    The Big TinyTap Redesign introduction from Tiny Tap on Vimeo.   The mobile app – which originally boasted a childish interface and appealed to a young audience – is coming of age and realizing its potential as an advanced e-teaching … Read More

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Step Up Your Game: Tutorial of Easy Ways to Enhance Your TinyTap App

TinyTap Tutorial

When it comes to making an app with TinyTap, there are a few quick tricks that can take your creation to the next level. We’ve demonstrated some easy ways to step up your game, if you will, in a series of mini video tutorials. Take a look at these tips and go add that professional touch to your TinyTap masterpiece.   Set any picture as your background  Change the background of your text Remove white background from an image Flip … Read More

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4 Reasons Why TinyTap’s New Jump Feature is So Awesome!

There is something that never ceases to surprise us here at TinyTap – people’s endless imagination.   Everyday we have the pleasure of seeing how creative one person can be when given a few simple tools – we find the pink tiara in a game created by a 3 year old girl, learn sign language thanks to a teacher that created a game for her students, we meet family members of people around the world and their favorite hobbies.   … Read More

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