Running Records Calculator (assessment): The best thing about the paid version is that it takes an audio recording of the child reading and you can flag tricky parts, but you can go back and listen to any of it again. The curvy arrow also lets you record and send the score and notes to anyone right then and there (in this case, her teacher) and NO PAPER. Also, if using an iPad with a wireless keyboard, you can type much faster than you can write. (From Hello Literacy)
This running records test app is worth the $1.99. While administering a reading test the teacher enters the words read, number of errors, and number of self corrections. Teachers will then receive feedback on the error rate, percentage rate, self correction rate with the end result if the text was either easy, instructional, or hard for the student.
Running Record Toolbox ($0.99) Our running record calculator will help you take the guesswork out of these questions. Simply punch in how many total words, errors and self-corrections your student made and press CALCULATE. An accuracy percent, error ratio and self-correction ratio will be instantly displayed!
Perfect for creating screencasts on your iPhone or iPad! Will be using this to record app demos for students!
Reading fluency app-$1.99 for app but might be worth it to practice fluency through a timed game with your own kids or in small group at school. Lots of options and levels...from what I've seen, it's best for k-2 and possibly 3.