AD FREE–– CONSTITUTION and THE FEDERALIST PAPERS app is the best way to learn about the Constitution of the United States. Not only does this app contain the full text of the Constitution, the product also provides an explanation for each and every clause, as well as commentary on each of the amendments.
You can send the sections of the constitution included the amendments to the Watch App if you favorite them
The complete text of all 85 of the Federalist papers is also included.
In addition, this app contains the complete text of James Madison's Journal of the Constitutional Convention.
Program users will enjoy photos of the authentic Constitution document. Using the unique capabilities of the iPad/iPhone you can zoom in on any part of the actual image of the Constitution. A brief history of the writing of the Constitution and the Federalist papers is also included.
You can create a "favorites" section or even e-mail your "favorites" section to a friend. You can print any section.
MultiEducator brings the experience it has gained from twenty years of developing American History multimedia products to help you learn about the Constitution on your Apple mobile device.
+ Optimized for iPhone X
+ Tweaked design in a number of places
+ Bugs Squashed
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Ratings and Reviews
It’s come down to this...
Americans all need to know a little bit more about their country. This app is a great way to start. First of all, no ads! Even the developer puts “no ads“ as the first description of the app. In a world where ads can ruin the best app, it’s a pleasure to not face those annoying little pests.
The UI is not the greatest, a bit clunky and somewhat lacking in design, but it’s pretty intuitive getting around the app. It’s basically just a lot of reading, but important reading, so the UI isn’t that important. There are a couple of upgrades for those historical nerds who like reading about old Supreme Court cases and the like, and there is a free commentary that comes along with just about everything on the app. The commentary may be good for some people who find it hard to wade through some of the early English legalese that most of the product is written in. And for those of you who don’t want the constitution “interpreted” by anyone for you, then just don’t read the commentaries.
It never hurts to know where you stand in your own country.
Needs a little work to be great
This app has very nice design, and I love the Apple Watch feature. Unfortunately, there are a few glaring glitches that need to be resolved for this app to be perfect.
From the main screen, neither Article V nor Article VII can be viewed by tapping. Tapping these Articles will instead take you to whatever article you have previously been viewing. These two articles are the Articles that do not contain a “sub-category” of sections, so I assume that is the issue. The content does exist, however, and by searching relevant words from another section of the app you can still find the text.
Finally, design wise, the search bar can only be found by entering into a sub-category from the main screen, but then all of these search bars search the entirety of the app. I wish that the search bar was instead above the main screen (and searched everything) and that the search bars inside sub-categories would only search within that category. For example, the ability to search within Madison’s Journal only would be useful to me.
I have submitted feedback for both of these issues, and if the bug is resolved this will be a four star app. With a little bit of refinement, it will be five star.
Update: This bug occurs on an iPhone 5S, but does not occur on an iPad Mini.
My favorite phone app!
I read this app at least twice (maybe more) a day. Why? To keep myself current and knowledgeable with the most important charter of human liberty and freedom in mankind's history. You have everything you could want here. The United States Constitution, the Bill of Rights, the Federalist Papers, and much more. Admittedly, one thing I would like to see added are the Anti-Federalist Papers, I think both sides should be represented, equally. Reading both charters (written by groups of equally brilliant men) really helps you appreciate the Constitution even more, I think. I'll step off my rostrum now and just say for you to give it a try. I definitely think you won't regret it.
- Multieducator Inc
- 61.8 MB
- Requires iOS 9.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2013, 2015, 2017 MultiEducator Inc
- In-App Purchases
- Key Supreme Court Cases $0.99
- State of the Union Addresses of the Presidents $0.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.