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.
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.
Bugfix for iOS 12 users
Ratings and Reviews
Realize that the comments on each section are just that, comments. They are not the words of the original authors. In some cases the comments have not been fully edited for grammar and typographic errors. Regarding the comment to Article 2, Section 1, Clause 2; the commentator presents an argument regarding the Presidential Electors (Electoral College in modern parlance) that was pushed by groups biased against the clause. Look up the numbers for Wyoming and California for the 2016 election. If the number of registered voters is used rather than the number of voters who took time to actually vote then the ratio of voters per elector is quite different and very representative of the registered population of the states. The comment in this case is disingenuous.
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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.
I feel like there needs to be a bookmark feature because when I started reading it earlier today, I left off in the middle of a section and I’d like to continue reading it but I can’t recall where I left off currently. A bookmark feature would be VERY helpful. Thanks :)
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- Multieducator Inc
- 45.9 MB
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 11.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- © 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.