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iPod Touch

This page contains resources, apps, tips, tricks and ideas for using your iPod touch in the classroom. Click here to add resources to this page.

 

Tips and Tricks

 

Tap the Status Bar to Scroll to the Top
To get back to the top of a webpage or document quickly, just tap the status bar.

 

Screenshot of whatever you’re viewing
Want to take a screenshot your latest graph made in the graphing calculator? Easy - just take a screen shot of it.  To capture your screen simply press the home and power button simultaneously.

 

Using your iPod Touch as a Document Camera

Plug your iPod Touch into your projector using Apple's VGA connector. Turn on your iPod Camera video or just the camera and whooola - instant

document camera!

 

Add a Website Shortcut to the Home Screen
We all have a few sites we visit regularly you can make them even quicker to access by adding shortcuts to your home screen to do this tap the + icon at the bottom of safari and select ‘Add to Home Screen’

 

iTunes Account Without a Credit Card
No Credit CardAn iTunes account is required to download iPhone/iPod touch applications from the App Store. When you create an account, iTunes asks you for a credit card number to keep on file for purchases. When using iPods in schools, teachers probably don't want to use their personal credit card and schools usually do not have a credit card that can be used for iTunes. Fortunately, there is a way to create a new iTunes account without giving financial information. Here's how:

  1. Open iTunes and go to the iTunes Store. Then click to go to the App Store.
  2. Sign out of any iTunes account you might already be signed in with. (Do this by clicking your email address in the top-right corner of the iTunes window. Click the Sign Out button in the dialog box that appears.)
  3. Go to the details page of any free app. Click the Get App button.
  4. Click the Create New Account button and complete the registration.
    Create New Account
  5. When asked to select a credit card, choose None.
    None
  6. iTunes tells you that you will be asked to provide a payment method when you make your first purchase.

I suggest adding money to the new iTunes account through gift cards. This way when you want to purchase a paid app, you still won't be required to give a credit card number.

It's important to note that iTunes will not provide None as a choice for Credit Card unless you create an account by first downloading a free app. The good news is that you only have to do this once, and you can sign into to this account on up to five computers. (thank you Tony Vincent)

 

Secrets for iPod Touch 4 App:

Click here to learn more about this free app. Tips and tricks include camera settings, email tips, sending video and much more!

 

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