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    Earth Day Guide

    by Mobile Igniter

    Earth Day is an internationally celebrated day around the world. It is celebrated in more than 175 countries. If you aren't familiar with this day, don't panic. There's an app for that called Earth Day Guide. The app includes history, news, resolutions, and so much more showcased in a green nature themed interface.

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    Google Earth

    by Google, Inc.

    The best way to get to know your planet is to see it, and no one brings it to you quite like Google Earth. It uses Google's satellite imagery to allow you to explore the far reaches of the globe or your own backyard at a swipe. The app is great on all iOS devices, but it shines on iPad, especially when viewing the high-resolution images of over half the world's population and browsing the vast nunber of geo-located photos from around the globe.

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    Living Earth - Clock & Weather

    by Radiantlabs, LLC

    Looking for something a little more functional? This app brings you a virtual 3D view of Earth from outer space and while universal, serves as an ideal showcase app for your iPad's display. It features accurate cloud rendering in close to real time, allowing you to see storms as they happen from a rare vantage point. It's also a world clock with an alarm functions, and a weather app with a four day forecast for over 22,000 global locations. Watch sunrise lead to sunset, the seasons as they change, all in stunning high resolution.

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    GoodGuide

    by GoodGuide, Inc.

    When it comes to Mother Earth, what issues concern you the most? Animal welfare? Climate change? Energy efficiency? Use the iPhone GoodGuide to scan products at the store, revealing whether the product is safe, healthy, or green. It also allows you to choose issues that you care about and see whether a product passes or fails that specific criteria.

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    Make Change, Not Waste

    by Atomic Axis

    Make Change, Not Waste is a fantastic app for the iPhone that rewards Whole Foods Market shoppers with coupons for their green living choices. Choices like using a reusable bag, recycling, and biking will earn you rewards and badges. After completing ten green living choices, you can unlock a coupon or donate a percentage of the coupon value to the Whole Planet Foundation.

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    50 Greatest Photographs of National Geographic

    by National Geographic Society

    How the National Geographic Society narrowed down their spectacular archive of iconic photographs is beyond imagining, but this app presents you with 50 of their finest shots. The app gives you a ton of background information, too. Features include: a video introduction from the Editor-in-Chief of the Magazine, photographer bios, background information on the photos, videos, plus interactive maps and timelines. It is a bit expensive, but the way National Geo captures nature and culture is priceless.

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    Fotopedia Heritage

    by Fotonauts Inc.

    Fotopedia brings you the world in many wonderful ways, but none of their apps are better suited to Earth Day than Heritage. This award-winning collection of 25,000 stunning photographs from around the globe is completely free. Admire images of our beautiful planet in all its glorious colors, then save your favorites to use as wallpaper or share via social media.

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    Earth Day Carol

    by Zippy Brain Inc.

    If you're looking for an app that will help you introduce the importance of keeping our planet clean, grab Earth Day Carol. The app is free and is optimized for both the iPhone and iPad. It is an interactive ebook that incorporates Charles Dickens' story A Christmas Carol with the ghosts of Plastic Past, Plastic Present, and Plastic Future. The book is packed with animations, the illustrations are engaging, and it is ideal for instilling the motto, "Reduce, reuse, and recycle," into the younger generation.

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    Al Gore – Our Choice: A Plan to Solve the Climate Crisis

    by Push Pop Press, Inc.

    What better way to experience Al Gore's opus than on the iPad? The name says it all, but the multi-media enrichment of the iDevice experience makes this universal app all the more interesting.

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    Britannica Kids: Rainforests

    by Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc

    If you have a child in grammar school, they have almost certainly learned about the fragile existence of the world's rain forests. Brittanica (of Encyclopedia fame) serves up an interactive mix of games, images, and information on 21 animals and topics like, "What is a Rainforest," "Rainforest Plants," and "Rainforest Threats." It's a great study aid, and sure to engage. This app is aimed at kids 8-12.

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    Art Authority for iPad

    by Open Door Networks, Inc.

    Photos, fossils, and facts are traditional ways to view the world. A path less travelled is history through the lens of art. Of all the multi-artist apps in the App Store, this one offers the greatest breadth. It has everything from cave drawings to contemporary classics, taking you on a journey like no other. The app is full of hi-def images of masterworks broken into periods and displayed like an art gallery. It will take you on an odyssey through time guided by many of the most creative people to ever grace our planet.

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    ARTREE for iPad

    by Hansol Huh

    For the tree-hugger in all of us, this relaxing app lets you create beautiful trees with your finger. This is an art creation app mixed with a relaxation app that happens to have a tree theme, perfect for Earth Day. Use ARTREE to create art and wallpapers for your iDevice, and get zen while you do it.