ScreenChomp — New App for Ipad

ScreenChomp gives you the ability to record on-the-go tutorials, and share them instantly. It’s as easy as uploading your videos to, and sharing them on your blog or webpage. lets you…

Serve up a short URL that’s easy to share anywhere.

Download your video as an MPEG-4 file.

Share on Twitter.

Just post and go, with no account to manage (perfect for schools and teachers)!

The app has a capturing feature that not only can record your strokes while your creating an illustration, but can also can record your voice as well. Preferably, the resulting video can then be uploaded to the Camtasia Studio (for PC or Mac) for further screen recording and & video editing to make an awesome tutorial, or downloaded as an MP4 file so you can edit or share however you wish. You can record over plain white background or overlay your own image.



The ScreenChomp iPad app gives you a simple doodling board, markers, and one-click sharing tools to make spreading your ideas and know-how easy and fun!

ScreenChomp is awesome for…

STUDENTS: Help each other with homework and work together on projects.

TEACHERS: Tutor kids while away from school, or record a few tips to send home with them.

MENTORS: Tutor youngsters from afar, right from your iPad

KIDS: Share doodles and ideas with friends.

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  1. Dean Mantz said:

    Thanks for the heads-up on this application. I am always looking for methods to create screencast tutorials on the iPad. Do you happen to know how this app compares to the ShowMe app for the iPad?

    • Ling said:

      Betsy – Great overview on ScreenChomp and what it can do.

      Dean – One of the major differences between the two apps is ShowMe’s interactive online learning community. We strive to be your one-stop gateway to the many lessons our users are creating. Users can easily upload their lessons to their’s profiles and search for specific topics they are interested in learning more about. Popular ShowMes include chemistry, algebra, sports strategy, etc.

      Look forward to the ability to download lessons as mp4s in the future 🙂

  2. Peg Hartwig said:

    thank you for another great insight to the massive pool of apps! I miss our early morning iPad sessions from DENSI , and was excited to see your post! Thanks again!

  3. James said:

    I’m so happy to see it in the App Store! I honestly can’t wait for my students to download and use this free ScreenChomp App. It’s going to be cool to see what my students will now create not just in the classroom, but on-the-go! Time to go make some Chompcasts! Thanks. 🙂

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