eduClipper has just released a new iPad app that brings the great features of the eduClipper website to you iPad. From the eduClipper iPad app you can clip (bookmark) your favorite links, import content from Google Drive and Dropbox, and import content from your camera roll. Just as you can do on the eduClipper website, through the app you can place resources on multiple clipboards. Clipboards can be shared publicly or with a select group of people such as the students in your class. Students can use the eduClipper app to add content the digital portfolios they’ve created in eduClipper. And remember this about eduClipper, teachers can create and moderate students’ accounts.
The only drawback to eduClipper’s iPad app is that it requires iOS 7. If you haven’t updated to iOS 7 you will have to in order to use the eduClipper iPad app.
Disclosure: I have a very small equity stake in eduClipper.