Best of Art Books iOS Apps

Discover and download great Art Books apps for iOS.

March 1st, 2020

Dhad is a very promising platform for Arabic Audiobooks. They offer some free books in the addition to the growing paid content.

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Badir
Dhad project is an Arabic program provides electronic distribution of audio books By using computer or smartphone.And it aims to promote reading
Wamda
The average Arab citizen reads approximately 35 hours and 17 books every year. Research showed that on average, an Arab reads 11 books in Arabic and six foreign-language books every year. The need for promoting reading in the Arab world as a habit for young people is as clear as ever.
Aljazeera
The Dhad platform started earlier this year converting paper books into audiobooks through a website and a mobile app. Grâce à la plate-forme Dad, vous aurez accès à la version audio de vos livres préférés. "Dat" arapça sesli kitap platformunun internet sitesi ve akıllı telefon uygulaması aracılığıyla sevdiğiniz kitapların sesli versiyonlarına ulaşabileceksi… See more
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Simile in a nutshell:

• Think, Guitar Hero, but for art.

• If you always wanted to draw, but never could, this game is for you.

• Your score is determined by how well you draw.

• Multiple drawing tasks combine to create a masterpiece.

• Use any photo as a starting point (or one of the curated photos)

• Paint with your friends

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Save The Machine
One idea, in particular, kept resurfacing. I just had to pursue it. To save money for the project, I moved my family to Idaho (because of the cheaper cost of living), and commuted to California weekly, where I continued to work. In California, I lived in a van.
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Bookey is an app that lets you meet new people in your community through book swaps. It uses a magical algorithm to match you with people who are local to you. A match occurs if you like someone's book and they like one of yours.

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Linkedin
For the past five months I have been hiding in my parents' basement doing everything I can to avoid having to go back to work. In this time, I taught myself how to code in JavaScript and then how to make mobile apps using React Native and Node.
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