The free Black History Inventors reference profiled in this short video includes many amazing individuals. Many have received U.S. patents. You can listen to black history inventors historical facts through your speaker or headphones spoken by a real person in this Android app. An excellent reference about black history inventors available in Google Play and the Amazon App Store. It's not just for Black History Month, but for anytime. Developed by Quikthinking.com for Android. 2018 Update: This is the original 2012 version of the app you see in the video. A new version is finished and will be released in 2018.
Clever inventions, creative solutions, and smart answers to fix all kinds of problems. African American inventors throughout black history have dreamed up the impossible through innovation and hard work. Marjorie Stewart Joyner came up with the wave curl in 1928. Lewis Temple constructed a whaling harpoon in 1848. Valerie Thomas tackled the illusion transmitter 1980. It's a revelation reviewing these resources in Black History Inventors, a free Android smart phone App with sound narration, developed by Hugh Smith, Quikthinking.com, BlackHistoryPeople.com. Available in the Amazon App Store, and from Google Play. 2018 Update: This is the original 2012 version of the app you see in the video. A new version is finished and will be released in 2018.
Discover the profiles of nearly 100 black history people in the free Black History People App for Android smart phones. Authors, poets, civil rights, politics, education, sports, entertainment, art, business, inventors, law, medicine, science, aviation, and music are categories you can explore in the app. You can download the Black History People App from Google Play or Amazon. 2018 update: Although the latest Android version of this app looks nothing like the original, we've left the 2010 screen shot intact so you can see how far we've come since this article was originally posted on May 11, 2011! More about the latest Black History People app on our sister website Quikthinking.com (you will go directly to the app page). No searching required.