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  • Alicia Yunker

    ReplayNote is an app that records your writing and voice, then converts it to YouTube video. (screencast) Especially helpful for students who are absent from class...just send them the youtube link!

  • Katherine Burdick

    FEE 4.99 Replay Note/Grab a screen from each page of a book, play it and record it - you now have a movie of the book being read in your own voice. Use it to narrate a math problem as you solve it. Use it for demonstration projects.

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