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Monday, August 07, 2017

Top 5 Educational Apps for Android and iPhone


The share of mobile users is now larger than ever, with a staggering 4.7 billion users around the world having a mobile device. Tablets and smartphones have a variety of usages and are most commonly used for entertainment, web browsing and, surprise-surprise, studying.

There are all kinds of apps currently available. Apple’s and Google’s app stores are simply filled to the brim with paid and free apps for any occasion, but which of those tools are actually useful and which ones are better to avoid?

In order to save you time from sifting through the muck, here’s a small listing of apps we believe to be invaluable to those who need to improve their studies. We’ll limit ourselves to five best learning apps which can be used on both Android and iOS, so let’s dive right in. 

App #1. Productivity – Toggl
Finding enough time to study, do chores and otherwise unwind is quite a challenging feat, but with a time management tool, it may be a little easier. There are many alternatives to find, but Toggl may be just the one for you.

Toggl is a tool that allows to monitor everything you do. Another great thing is that it's widely available. It supports not only Android and iOS but Linux, Windows and Mac operating systems as well. The service is sold on a monthly basis (the lowest monthly subscription being $9), and there is a free 30-day trial. Give it a whirl before you commit.


App #2. Dictionary – Merriam-Webster
There is no shortage of good dictionaries – some are offline, some are free, and it's tough to pick one over the other. But Merriam-Webster barely scrapes by.

Why would you need a dictionary, you may ask? There is a thing that all students have in common – the requirment to write a ton of essays and papers. You know, the usual academic stuff for the curriculum. When someone is asked to write a paper, they are expected to possess the vocabulary range to make those papers and essays shine.


That’s when Merriam-Webster dictionary comes to the rescue. With its help you can find word definitions with ease. Merriam-Webster dictionary is available for Android and iOS platforms.

This school apps free and there's another noteworthy feature, this dictionary has robust voice recognition features. You don't have to write words; you can simply search for them via speech. That's nifty; arguably the top educational app.

App #3. Study planner – My Study Life
This tool allows you to manage this little thing it was named after – ‘your study life.’
It’s a well-designed app that presents an option to plan timetables, set reminders and manage assorted time management stuff. In fact, it’s not exclusive to students. Teachers and lecturers can use it to benefit from as well.
It’s easy to use, available on all platforms (Android, iOS, and Windows) and you can freely sync it across all your devices. Stay connected at all times, track your assignments, and get notified.



App #4. Take notes – Evernote
Now it’s time to discuss Evernote, a massively popular cross-platform note-taking tool. Available for Android and iOS, as well as desktop computers, it allows every student to find notes on any device that has Evernote installed. Become organized, study more efficiently, and remember everything. Evernote is a suite of solutions that will only benefit your studying process. One of the best apps for school.

5) Khan Academy
Here’s another popular resource that has gotten a ton of buzz. Khan Academy is an educational app (or service, rather) that has over 10,000 videos on pretty much every academic subject in its library. Maths, history, science, engineering, economics, and countless others; the depth of choice is simply staggering. If you’re studying a subject at college, chances are it’s already majorly represented on Khan Academy.

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It was established in 2007 by Salman Khan. It’s intended to be a non-profit service that aims to bring high-quality education for free to anyone and anywhere. A noble cause, and you can easily benefit from it. Get lessons, practice and deepen your knowledge. There are even test prep categories for SATs. Apps for Android and iOS are available. On top of that, it is possible to explore all content on your PC. 

4 comments:

  1. Great list shared but i had a question. Would No 5 requires internet connection before showing those videos?

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  2. #Dictionary – Merriam-Webster
    Nice App

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