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Apps

Page history last edited by Lesley Cioccarelli 6 years, 9 months ago

All these apps are free and available on iPhone and iPad unless otherwise stated.

 

  • How Aussie Are You?
    • Fun quiz app targeted at "tourists, international students, newcomers...and all Aussies!"  
    • Relevant questions about each capital city and lots of slang

 

  • Australia Unlimited Magazine
    • High quality reading material showcasing the "the ideas and achievements of our world-class scientists, exporters, designers, educators and entrepreneurs."  

 

  • Surf Life Saving Australia's Beachsafe 
    • "access detailed information about Australia's approx 12,000 beaches including weather and forecast's, tide, swell, water temperature, service patrol periods, Lifesaving Clubs, regulatory and hazard information!"

 

  • AusEPhrase 
    • Well-researched resource perfect for international students keen to learn relevant Aussie idiomatic language 
    • $1.99 

 

 

  • Australia Network 
    • "access to Australia Network news, sport, TV guide, English language learning resources, other Australia Network video content and streams Radio Australia!"

 

  • Australia Student Guide 
    • "designed to help prospective or current international students research and enjoy Australia."
    •  iPhone & Android
    • Free 

 

  • ABC apps, including:
  • Welcome to Country: Australian Indigenous Language Groups and Cultural Protocols by Weerianna Street Media
    • "For anyone teaching an Australian Studies component in their courses or if you have students who are interested in Indigenous Australian culture, have a look at the Welcome to Country App. I've downloaded it & am finding it interesting as well as good for reading/dictogloss activities from short written descriptions about local indigenous tribes; listening/viewing (many -but not all - have a video welcome from a tribal elder); and the content could also be used a starting point to discuss indigenous culture/issues/religion etc with international students." (review by Nicki Blake)
    • iPhone only
    • Free

 

 

Comments (1)

Sophia Khan said

at 10:15 am on Apr 17, 2013

Thanks Kyle, this is very useful!

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