Free- We started using this free teleprompter app when we started podcasting. We created a script either on the Paperdesk App or written on a piece of paper. They then transferred the text into teleprompter, played with the fonts and colors, and used it to read their podcast while recording. The one issue that we ran into was making sure that there was enough space at the bottom of the text to allow the teleprompter to scroll all the way through. To do this, we just hit the return button quite a few times when we finished our text. Very useful app for readin.
Free- Quickvoice is a voice recording software. Our students use it to record themselves reading and then playback to listen to themselves. They then discuss how they could make their own reading better. A great feature for teachers is that you can export the audio the student created and keep in your own storage. This type of app opens up creative potential in working with students in all areas.
Free- Pretty straightforward...iBooks is a place for Ebooks. Our students download many of the free books from the children and teens category to read during their independent reading time. The books aren't the "big names", but our students are enthralled with the process of reading a book on an iPad. There are a lot of similar ebook apps that are equivalent and provide a larger selection. Just check it out and see if it will benefit your students.