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By Freelance released on: 2008-12-19T03:46:42Z
Learn about each of 50 US States in an easy-to-use simple interface. The screen has 2 sections. The top section contains horizontally scrollable flags of each state. As you scroll, the bottom section shows various information about the selected state. To see all the details, simply scroll vertically on the bottom section. It comes with a dynamic search feature as well. As you type on the search bar, the top section automatically scrolls to the specified state.
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50 US States:
Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming
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By United States Golf Association released on: 2009-06-11T07:00:00Z
The United States Golf Association is pleased to present the official iPhone application for the 2010 U.S. Open Golf Championship at Pebble Beach Golf Links in Pebble Beach, California, June 14-20, 2010.
LIVE video from the U.S. Open Championship, including exclusive marquee group coverage. On demand highlights will also be available throughout championship week. All video will be viewable with Edge, 3G, and Wifi connections.
Live video is available to view in the United States only.
Exclusive LIVE marquee groups and dedicated hole video from the Championship, plus on demand highlights.
LIVE real-time scoring updates from the Championship, including the Leaderboard and Tee Times.
Latest news updates from the Championship.
Full course details and flyover videos from Pebble Beach.
Biographies for the U.S. Open field.
On Course Tweets
For the first time ever, follow along as fans can tweet from the course at the Championship presented by American Express.
By Moatkin Systems LLC released on: 2009-03-09T09:20:33Z
Learn the 50 states and their capitals, or refresh what you learned as a kid!
Bright, beautiful graphics and high-quality sound create an engaging experience for anyone of any age. The entire interface can be navigated through simple shape and sound recognition -- perfect for preschool learners!
- Learn the states by the sound of their names
- Identify the states by shape
- Learn the state capitals
- See the states "fly" to their location in the U.S map, helping you learn their geographic locations and relative sizes
- Large flashcards make interactions easy
- Professional narration helps reinforce proper pronunciation
The Lite version contains only 15 states and capitals. The full version contains all 50 states and capitals.
By Visuamobile released on: 2009-11-25T11:52:00Z
GeoMaster - US State
Discover one of the many levels of GeoMaster for iPhone and iPodTouch.
In GeoMaster - US State Game, your goal is to place as fast and as accurately as possible all US states on a map.
The faster and the more accurate you are, the more points you win.
Will you be up to the challenge?
In its full version, GeoMaster offers many other geo challenges:
- US cities
- World capitals
- Asian countries
- African countries
- European countries
- South American countries
- US state game
.. and a lot more to come.
By USAInteractive released on: 2009-08-03T10:13:47Z
iAmerica is now the #1 most downloaded app out of all US History apps. It is American History at your fingertips!
Extra effort was made in developing iAmerica to make it the most comprehensive A to Z reference guide to the Presidents of the United States. And as an added bonus we include a handy White House website access guide.
Our presidential biographies include many hundreds of meticulously hand-assembled Wikipedia links. Our links have been carefully researched to provide accurate, context-driven vs. keyword-driven information. You will find it a great improvement over standard Wikipedia links.
iAmerica serves as a portable K-12 academic supplement for students, parents and teachers. We utilize authoritative text and images directly from the White House.
iUSA, our paid companion version gives you greatly expanded American History with four times as much presidential content, detailed history of all 50 states and full access to all aspects of American government.
**Check out our newest app - uDream - Dream Dictionary Ultimate by Tony Crisp
Note: iAmerica provides 100% commercial free filtered Internet content only.
OUR UPGRADED VERSION, iUSA 2.0 INCLUDES ALL OF THE FOLLOWING
"tOur First Ladies
"tWhite House History
"tOver 100,000 words of content
"tOver 6600 hand-assembled entries
"t(5000+ Wikipedia references, 1500+ Government entries)
"tExecutive, Legislative and Judicial branches, Electoral College, the Constitution & Election processes
"tVirtual Reference Desk
"tPowers and Procedures
"tCapitol Visitor Center Guide
"tLegislation & Recent Activity
"tOrigins & Development of the U.S. Senate
"t100 Milestone Documents of U.S. Democracy
"tMajority & Minority Leaders & Party Whips explained
"tCommittee System and the Legislative Process explained
HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES
"t"Kids in the House"
"tHow laws are made
"tLibrary of Congress
"tHistory of the House
"tAnnals of Congress 1789-1824
"tMaking of the U.S. Constitution
"tCongressLink - Today's Congress
"tA Century of Lawmaking 1774-1875
The WHITE HOUSE
"tDaily updates, Blog, Briefing Room, Actions, Issues, New Initiatives, Speeches, Contacts
FEDERAL DEPARTMENTS & SERVICES
"tEmergency 24/7 govt. contact info
"t800+ English and Spanish links to Government
"t125+ entries to the best Government sites for students, parents & teachers
"tWorldwide U.S. diplomatic contacts & key overseas traveler services
"tLaws and codes
"tUS Visitor Info Center
"tBusiness & Non-Profit Services
"tGovernment Job & Citizen Services
"tState, Local & Tribal Government sites
"tWikipedia Top 50+ U.S. Lists & Timelines
"tHistoria, geograf"u00eda y cultura en los Estados Unidos
"tAccess to major U.S. Documents: 18th - 21st century
Plus many exciting, new features in upcoming editions!
Note: The use of the Great Seal of the United States and other government materials and images are not intended to convey the impression of sponsorship or approval by the Government of the United States.
By Dan Russell-Pinson released on: 2010-09-13T11:40:06Z
★ "If you have children who are elementary school aged this is a fantastic educational app that's also a hoot." - The iPhone Mom.com
Stack the States makes learning about the 50 states fun! Watch the states actually come to life in this colorful and dynamic game!
As you learn state capitals, shapes, geographic locations and more, you can actually touch, move and drop the animated states anywhere on the screen. Carefully build a stack of states that reaches the checkered line to win each level.
You earn a random state for every successfully completed level. All of your states appear on your own personalized map of the United States.
HAVE FUN LEARNING ALL ABOUT THE 50 STATES:
"u26ab State shapes
"u26ab Bordering states
"u26ab Location on the map
"u26ab Hundreds of unique questions
"u26ab Choose any of the 50 friendly-looking states as your avatar
"u26ab Create up to six player profiles
"u26ab Track your progress on a personalized map
"u26ab High resolution pictures of famous US landmarks
"u26ab All games are powered by a realistic physics engine
"u26ab Fun sound effects and music
"u26ab Works on both iPhone and iPad - a universal app
Stack the States is an educational app for all ages that's actually FUN to play. Try it for free and then upgrade to the full version for even more state stacking fun!
Dan Russell-Pinson is a member of Moms with Apps, a collaborative group of family-friendly developers seeking to promote quality apps for kids and families.
Recommended Ages: 4-7,8-10,11-12,parents
Categories: Games, Geography, Parents
By US Office of Personnel Management released on: 2010-10-05T06:36:12Z
USAJOBS is working for America! The USAJOBS iPhone application puts the power of searching for a Federal job at your fingertips. This application is a companion to USAJOBS.gov, the official job site of the US Federal Government and your one-stop source for Federal jobs and employment information.
- Search for jobs, save jobs and save your searches
- Notifications will give you a heads up if your application status has changed, if there are new matching jobs and more...
- Share job openings via email and on social networks
- Activate your resume to make it searchable
- View your application status
- Check out the latest Featured Opportunities, Job in Demand, Videos and more...
By U.S. General Services Administration released on: 2010-10-02T06:12:03Z
USA.gov is government made easy. USA.gov—the U.S. government's official web portal—is now available as a free app for your iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch. It allows you to search tens of millions of web pages from federal, state, local, territorial, and tribal governments and to contact your government by phone or email.
SEARCH THE GOVERNMENT WEB
-- GET IT DONE ONLINE, NOT IN LINE: Driver licenses, government auctions, government jobs, passport and visa applications, Postal Service address changes, tax forms, etc.
-- FIND RECORDS: Bankruptcy, military, prison, vital (birth, death, marriage, and divorce) records, etc.
-- APPLY FOR GRANTS OR LOANS: Education, homebuyer, home repair, minorities, small business, stimulus money, etc.
-- APPLY FOR BENEFITS: Disaster relief, energy assistance, Medicaid, Medicare, Social Security, unemployment, veterans benefits, etc.
You also can find quality IMAGES from U.S. government web sites and search RECALLS across several government agencies.
Or, use the app to find government agencies, contact your elected officials, visit our blog, or contact us (1-800-FED-INFO). We will answer your government questions—in English or Spanish.
What do you think? Are we making government easier?
By Saturnboy released on: 2010-04-08T04:17:04Z
States-N-Capitals is a friendly little memorization aid for US states and capitals. Additionally, it includes a simple, self-directed quiz to test your knowledge.
By Broken Thumbs Apps released on: 2010-04-24T11:38:10Z
Do you know the capital of Idaho? How about the state flower of Florida? Or when California officially became a state?
If you want to test your knowledge of the states of the USA, you'll want to try the new US States Quizzle™ app! Test your knowledge and learn fun facts about the states of the United States.
With over 500 questions (with more coming), "A US States Quizzle™ - USA Trivia" will keep you entertained for hours.
Plus the more 5-star ratings we receive the more questions we will add to this Quizzle!
By SusaSoftX released on: 2011-01-05T01:19:48Z
This application is a SIMPLE list of Presidents of the United States
About the list
This list includes only those persons who were sworn into office as president following the ratification of the United States Constitution, which took effect on March 4, 1789. For American leaders before this ratification, see President of the Continental Congress. The list does not include any Acting Presidents under the Twenty-fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution.
There have been forty-three people sworn into office, and forty-four presidencies, due to the fact that Grover Cleveland served two non-consecutive terms and is counted chronologically as both the twenty-second and the twenty-fourth president. Of the individuals elected as president, four died in office of natural causes (William Henry Harrison, Zachary Taylor, Warren G. Harding, and Franklin D. Roosevelt), one resigned (Richard Nixon), and four were assassinated (Abraham Lincoln, James A. Garfield, William McKinley, and John F. Kennedy). The first president was George Washington, who was inaugurated in 1789 after a unanimous Electoral College vote. William Henry Harrison spent the shortest time in office at 31 days in 1841. At over twelve years, Franklin D. Roosevelt spent the longest time in office, and is the only president to serve more than two terms; he died shortly into his fourth term in 1945. The current president is Barack Obama; he assumed the office on January 20, 2009, and is the first president of African American descent. He is also the first president born outside the Contiguous United States, having been born in Hawaii.
- Forty-four Presidents.
- Illustrations and description of each President
Note: iAd supported application.
By Mobile Buffalo, LLC released on: 2010-06-16T01:32:59Z
Are you an American History buff? US History Triviais here just in time for independence day, and has over 200 questions from the early to recent US...
A US History Quiz has been a paid app until 2011, and we rang in the new year by switching it to free! Get all of the features of a paid app in this free copy!
Check out US History Trivia today - with over 200 questions and ELEVEN separate quizzes, you're sure to be entertained for hours!
Post your score to Twitter, or email a friend!
By iCoder released on: 2010-04-02T10:56:05Z
Know your rights! This simple and free app contains a complete copy of the US Constitution for easy reference. Knowing what your rights are is the first step to making sure that they are honored and respected.
By FunVid Apps LLC released on: 2010-04-10T12:13:48Z
Please note that this Lite Version only contains 20 of the States and Capitals. For all 50 States and Capitals please upgrade to the Full Version.
States and Capitals Challenge Lite - Flash Cards Speed Quiz for the United States of America is a fun way to quickly learn the US State Capitals, capital locations within each state, and State locations within the USA.
Children should know all State locations and capitals by the 5th grade. This Challenge turns learning the information into a game format that is highly effective, fun, and addictive for kids and adults.
The High Score Challenge motivates kids to be the best and to reach to top of the Leader Board. The result is comprehensive learning of this important information while playing an addictive game.
Give States and Capitals Challenge a try. You'll be amazed at how effective and fun it is to learn with States and Capitals Challenge.
By Caliber Corp. released on: 2010-12-10T07:27:52Z
Ever wondered about the insignia on our soldier's uniforms? Find out what they each mean! The app includes information about both enlisted ranks as well as officers.
In a couple of minutes you'll be able to decipher a warrant officer from an airman and a captain from a colonel!
By Clinton H Weir released on: 2011-01-15T07:32:09Z
Here we have a game, inspired by hot potato, designed to help students learn about the states. In three modes of play, answer questions related to the states' populations and areas (which state is bigger?), abbreviations (which state is identifiable as NY?), admission the union (which state joined first? which state joined in 1821?), and cities (which states' largest city is Chicago?)
The namesake mode is "Potato Mode". In this mode, an unseen timer runs at all times. When the timer runs out, the current player is eliminated. When a user inputs an incorrect answer, 5 seconds are ticked off from the timer and the player must try again.
Other modes include Test! mode and Versus! mode. In these modes, your goal is to accumulate as many points as possible within the time limit (set by the user). Versus mode is mutliplayer (up to six players on iPhone and iPod Touch or twelve on iPad - the player with the most points wins) while Test mode is single player. Points are based on the number of tries required to answer the question.
There is also a configuration page where you can choose how long you want the game to lost (for Potato mode, this is an approximation) and what kind of questions to be asked.
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