Welcome to the relaunch episode of app:ed. From now on I will take care of this little show, testing the newest applications for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.
Today I took ScreenChomp for a spin. ScreenChomp is a free app from the company behind Camtasia, TechSmith. It’s very similar to ShowMe which we covered in detail on EDUKWEST a couple of weeks ago, already.
The main difference between the two applications is that ScreenChomp enables you to download the recorded video which means that you can edit it and re-upload it to other video portals like YouTube, TeacherTube or where ever you wish.
The app is easy to use and I was very impressed by the sound quality of the recording.
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All in all I give ScreenChomp 4 out of 5 stars. I would love to see a similar portal like ShowMe where I can search for other educational videos and the option to embed videos to scribble on similar to VoiceThread.