Increase Your Knowledge With These Best Learning Apps

Using your smartphone to learn from just makes sense. It’s a device that is almost always with you which means you can take your learning everywhere and there are a metric ton of resources to teach you what you need to know. Some learning apps are better than others but they all achieve the same goal of helping you know something you didn’t previously know, here are the best learning apps for your Smartphones.

1. Udemy – Online Courses

Description:

Udemy is an online service that offers a vast array of courses on everything from web development to personal development. Want to learn how to play the guitar? Whether you’re a beginner or a virtuoso, Udemy’s got dozens of courses to help. The Udemy app allows you to access all of your courses’ videos and learning materials on the go through your mobile device. Just keep in mind, while the Udemy app itself is free to download, you’ll have to pay for some course you take. Some courses are longer and therefore more expensive than others and some are free.

Screenshots:

Download: Google Play Store

2. edX: Online Courses

Description:

edX is your trusted platform for online learning and education. Learn new skills from top academic institutions and businesses. Enrich your knowledge of relevant topics such as Global Pandemics, Public Health, and Economic Trends. Join free online classes for high-demand professions like Computer Science and Digital Marketing. It was founded by Harvard University and MIT, edX is home to more than 20 million learners, the majority of top-ranked universities in the world, and industry-leading companies, offering 2000+ online courses.

Screenshots:

Download: Google Play Store

3. Khan Academy

Description:

Khan Academy invariably secures a top spot on the list of the best free educational apps for students. The app’s mission is to provide a free and world-class education for all curious minds across the globe. And we have to admit that they are delivering it pretty impressively. Khan Academy has a unique way to drive knowledge into your brains. All lessons are in the forms of video tutorials. Videos display a recording of drawings on a virtual blackboard (like a teacher giving a lecture).

Screenshots:

Download: Google Play Store

4. Amazon Kindle

Description:

Amazon Kindle is one of the best learning apps that gives you the freedom to in just a couple of seconds. The scroll through millions of magazines, books, newspapers, and many more best part about this app is that you don’t need to own a Kindle device in order to use this mobile app. It has notable features of the learning apps for adults, Amazon Kindle app Like Facility to read free books, You can easily shop for e-books including new releases and bestsellers. Option to use the built-in dictionary, Wikipedia, and Google.

Screenshots:

Download: Google Play Store

5. YouTube

Description:

YouTube is probably the best of the learning apps for practical learning. You can find tutorials and how-to videos for virtually anything. It can include changing the oil in your car, solving a math problem, lectures on astronomy, or learning how to tie-dye t-shirts. Most YouTube channels don’t adhere to a course style of learning. Thus, you usually only get a tutorial or two before having to move on. Some channels do have course style videos. In any case, YouTube is a great secondary learning source.

Screenshots:

Download: Google Play Store

Also Read: Apple Watch Series 6 with a blood oxygen monitor launched at Rs 40,990

TechIHD is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel (@TechIHD) and stay updated with the latest headlines

Follow us for all the latest Technology News

Share this article:
you may also like