Best Education Apps for Android in 2015
Android offers almost endless possibilities when it comes to education and learning. This interactive style of study is both engaging and fun. No matter how old you are, it’s always great to learn new and interesting facts.
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Duolingo is an effective and fun way how to learn foreign languages. You can learn Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Italian, Dutch, Irish, Danish, Swedish, or English the fast, fun, and free way.
At its core, Duolingo utilizes spaced repetition algorithm to reinforce learning over time and prevent you from forgetting vocabulary items and grammar patterns.
You start from a complete beginner and climb your way up to a very proficient level. This is achieved with a generous use of native voice recordings, pictures, fill-the-gap type of exercise, and more.
Duolingo has a very active community of enthusiastic learners who always welcome newcomers with a warm smile. Immersing yourself in a foreign culture can be a great fun and there is hardly any better way to do this than with Duolingo.
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PhotoMath is a revolutionary new way how to solve math equations and problems. It supports basic arithmetic, fractions, decimal numbers, linear equations and several functions like logarithms, with new features being regularly added.
One of the best features if this great app is the ability to provide students with a full step-by-step solution. This is incredibly handy for learning and figuring out what steps to take.
PhotoMath is available for free from Google Play Store.
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One of the most important parts of college and university life is the ability to organize your own time and schedule. With great ability comes also a great responsibility. Timetable will help you stay on top of your school schedule and always be on time in every class.
The app is packed with useful features including synchronization, light and dark theme, widgets, automute, and dashclock extension.
With more than 30,000 download and rating of 4.3 stars, it is definitely one of the most popular time management application on the Play Store.
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Khan Academy is a non-profit educational organization created in 2006 by educator Salman Khan to provide “a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere”. You can learn for free about math, art, computer programming, economics, physics, chemistry, biology, medicine, finance, history, and more.
Until recently, Khan Academy has been available only through its web page. This has finally changed with the release of its Android application.
All topics are presented in a nice, user-friendly interface and enriched with beutiful pictures and videos.
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TED is a nonprofit devoted to spreading interesting ideas and amazing concepts all around the world. TED was founded in 1984 and began its journey as the annual conference series in 1990. TED’s topic include technology and design, culture, academia, science, and arts.
TED’s official Android app is a great way how to broaden your horizons and learn new and interesting things. It features the entire TED Talks video library, bookmarks, the ability to download videos for later, sharing, and notifications.
Everything is available completely for free, which means there is really no reason not to give it a try.