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American Dreams – Speeches and Document in US History for iPhone
Last Updated on Tuesday, 2 February 2010 04:00 Written by iUseMac Tuesday, 2 February 2010 04:00
New Rochelle, New York – MultiEducator today is pleased to introduce American Dreams – Speeches and Document in US History, their new historical reference for iPhone and iPod touch devices. Developed specifically to leverage the iPhone’s unique capabilities and touch interface, American Dreams features 480 speeches and documents covering important events that have come to shape the history of the United States.
Perfect for educators, students and casual users alike, American Dreams serves as a chronicled account and reference, including 90 Supreme Court Decisions, all the US Presidential Inaugural Addresses, the Constitution as well as dozens of key laws, first-hand accounts and speeches (with 18 Audio Recordings), making this an incredible compilation of primary source documents in American History.
American Dreams immerses the reader in America history, from the time of the first Explorers to the settling of the Plymouth Rock. Users can read firsthand accounts of the Building of the Erie Canal or the invention of the Cotton Mill. Read the many war messages sent to Congress over the history of the United States, as well as the peace agreements signed that ended many of those same conflicts.
American Dreams puts a superb documentary history of the United States in anyone’s mobile pocket. The application features 18 audio recording of some of the most famous speeches in American history, including the complete inauguration of President Kennedy. Also included are President Reagan’s words Mr. Gorbachev – Tear Down this Wall, as well as excerpts from President Franklin Roosevelt’s first inaugural and President Teddy Roosevelt’s campaign speech.
The text of over 90 key Supreme Court decisions, starting with Chisholm v. Georgia in 1793 and ending with the case of the Citizens vs. Federal Electoral Committee in 2010 are presented. Each case has a one-paragraph summary outlining key points and Constitutional issues dealt with the in that case. The earliest text in the application is Columbus description of his voyage. The newest document is President Obama’s State of the Union address, delivered on January 27. The program also includes all of the Fireside Chat addresses given by President Roosevelt, including an audio recording of his most famous Fireside Chat: On Banking.
Each document entry includes an explanation of the significance of the court decision, law, or key points of a speech. Documents can be accessed chronologically, or often by groups. Effortlessly search for any document, save favorites, as well e-mail documents to friends and colleagues. Leveraging over 20 years of research and development, this is MultiEducator’s first application in the company’s new line of History on-the-Go products, with the expectation to develop 20 new applications in 2010, including versions for the new iPad. MultiEducator’s History on the Go series joins the companies 22 formulator apps targeted for the Engineering and Trade markets.
* iPhone or 2nd Generation iPod touch 2.2 or later
Pricing and Availability:
American Dreams – Speeches and Document in US History for iPhone is sold for for $2.99 and available exclusively through Apple’s App Store in the Reference category. Review copies are available upon request.
Located in New Rochelle, New York, MultiEducator is a privately funded company founded in 1994 by Amy Erani and Marc Schulman. MultiEducator’s goal is to enable students to learn history in a completely new way. Throughout MultiEducator’s years in business, the company has continuously expanded its services and product line. In the summer of 2008 the company sold its HistoryShopping site to concentrate on the content part of the business. It then started its newest division devleoping software for the Apple iPhone and iPod touch. In October 2008 it released its first application, Formulator. As one of the earliest producers of multimedia software, MultiEducator has been providing schools and the general public with rich, compelling history software for almost two decades. Copyright 2008-2010 MultiEducator. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.
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