TimelineBuilder for iPad is a unique and robust app that allows the user to create custom timelines with beginning
and ending dates of their choosing, adding events where they want with the ability to manipulate image size and
placement. TimelineBuilder is a flexible tool, allowing the user to edit timelines; add, edit and delete
events; add or swap images; resize and reposition images and timeline events. TimelineBuilder is ideal for
children, teens and families studying any time period in history, science or literature. It is ideal for
genealogists to record family lines and progression; for project managers, marketers or any other professional that
needs to keep a running timeline of events. KQ TimelineBuilder is THE timeline resource tool that will organize and
display chronological events the way YOU want to see them.
Timelines built in TimelineBuilder are saved automatically and can be shared to your image library,
via email or with other users of TimelineBuilder.
Here's an example of what you can do with TimelineBuilder:
We're studying Ancient History, so we can add the events as we study them. Handy Wiki
button included for quick fact gathering.
We'll definitely want to add more events to this timeline. Perhaps we had better
zoom in to allow room for more events. TimelineBuilder lets you zoom up to 16X! Just click the "add events"
button at the top left. You can also turn the jazzy 1940's era music on and off from the speaker
button to the very left.
With upgrade release 2.0, we can now change the background!
In fact, there are 8 new background choices! Perhaps we like this one
And we can share our timeline with our friends via email, image library or
Since this TimelineBuilder tool is so flexible, we can build timelines for virtually anything we
want... history, family genealogy, books we love, projects that need to be organized chronologically, etc.
TimelineBuilder allows you to build timelines for events that haven't happened yet in the future. This is a great
organizational tool as well!
TimelineBuilder has over 100 reviews at the Apple App
Store and has been written about on more than 50 blogs. These are all unbiased, although some
received the app free. You can read some reviews here - http://schoolhousereviewcrew.com/knowledge-quest-review/.
This link contains reviews for the Sacagawea ebook as well, so click just the relevant