Below is a list of top recommended BYOD apps by teachers for teachers (no particular order)! Thanks to those who participated and submitted some great BYOD app ideas. If you would still like to submit ideas go here: http://bit.ly/BYODlibrary and I will update this as people add them!

App:

Evernote

Site:

https://evernote.com

Price:

Free with upgrade for more space

Recommended by:

@HTheijsmeijer

Description:

Use to take notes. You create notebooks, with individual notes that can include text, photos, sound clips, links, etc. etc. Students can use to replace their binders and go paperless, or just to keep ideas, timelines, lists.

App:

Skitch

Site:

http://evernote.com/skitch/

Price:

Free with upgrade for more space

Recommended by:

@HTheijsmeijer

Description:

Skitch is a graphic markup app - take a picture, and then annotate, alter, highlight right on the graphic in order to demonstrate something. Though it's part of the Evernote suite, it can be used independently.

App:

Twitter

Site:

https://mobile.twitter.com

Price:

Free

Recommended by:

@msjackson2015

Description:

Sharing reminders about class work and articles related to class topics. It can also be used for discussions using hashtags to search for results.

App:

Desmos

Site:

https://www.desmos.com/

Price:

Free

Recommended by:

@patgrew

Description:

Online graphing utility that shows transformations and multiple graphs at one time

App:

Notability 

Site:

http://www.gingerlabs.com/

Price:

$4.99

Recommended by:

@brandonzoras & @mrstamegna

Description:

Notability is a great note taking app. You can organize notes and sync them with google drive / dropbox. You can also handwrite and type in the same note, import pictures etc. You can take up homework as well!

App:

Socrative

Site:

http://www.socrative.com

Price:

Free

Recommended by:

@Jason_To

Description:

Socrative is a web-based tool for real-time questioning, gathering assessment data and collecting information on student learning. Personally, I've used it in classes to pose questions and see instantly whether or not students understand a topic, and then give immediate feedback to correct any misconceptions.

App:

Sesame

Site:

https://sesamehq.com/welcome

Price:

Free

Recommended by:

@RomanoJ

Description:

An App to support the Documentation process (capturing Student Learning), leading to the development of virtual Student portfolios.

Further, Sesame Snap may also be used as an Assessment and Curriculum tracking tool, leveraging its ability to connect with that Learning which have been documented.

App:

National Film Board Pix Stop

Site:

https://www.nfb.ca/free-downloads/nfb-pixstop-app/

Price:

Free

Recommended by:

Anonymous

Description:

Awesome for beginning stop frame animation projects

App:

Wolfram Alpha

Site:

wolframalpha.com

Price:

$2.99

Recommended by:

@patgrew

Description:

To solve problems showing the step by step approach to the solution. Offers many examples to assist the learning student.

$2.99 on the App Store.

App:

Cleartune

Site:

http://www.bitcount.com

Price:

Free

Recommended by:

@HTheijsmeijer

Description:

Great for music classes. Students will use it individually to tune themselves, but  also use it on a large screen as the entire band tunes.

App:

Scan Me (QR Code)

Site:

https://scan.me/

Price:

Free

Recommended by:

@HTheijsmeijer & @brandonzoras

Description:

I've used them do get kids to my course website (much easier than typing in the URL), and as a QR code scavenger hunt (have to scan a code to get a clue, figure out the clue to get to the next code, etc.).

App:

Air Server

Site:

http://www.airserver.com/

Price:

$9.99

Recommended by:

@brandonzoras

Description:

Allows iPads / iPhones to connect to your Mac or PC and mirror the image on the screen. This allows you to pass around the devices and share screens. I use it for homework purposes.