Just as with a traditional corkboard, users can organize photos, sticky notes, notecards, and lists and use pointers and labels in creative ways to help capture ideas, synthesize, and plan. It acts corkboard-ish, too, allowing users to move items to eliminate, organize, and regroup easily.
There are whiteboard-style brainstorming, organizing, and presenting apps with more features and perhaps better functionality, but Corkulous definitely has its own brand of old-school charm. Most kids will be familiar with all its options, and it's generally user-friendly. However, if a kid is a naturally linear thinker and doesn't immediately click with the corkboard concept, it may take some trial and error to discover all the features and which ones best suit their needs. Also, to get the most use of this app, the pro version (which is promoted on the free version as an in-app purchase) is almost required, especially for collaborative projects. Users need Corkulous Pro to save multiple boards, layer boards, export and share in multiple ways, and lock boards with a passcode.