Using smartphones to learn is a growing trend thanks to the efforts of cross-platform learning services. For now, learning on mobile isn’t nearly as efficient as learning on a computer but a minute here and a minute there really adds up over time.Here in this post we have put together a list of 8 best educational apps for Android.
Android Educational Apps
Using this app you can learn anything as it has over 10,000 videos and explanations at your fingertips in math, science, economics, history, and much, much more.Keep learning even when you’re offline: Bookmark your favorite content to “Your List” (phone only) for easy access, and download it to keep learning even when you’re not connected to the internet.
The Kindle app puts over a million books at your fingertips. It’s the app for every reader, whether you’re a book reader, magazine reader, or newspaper reader—and you don’t need to own a Kindle to use it. Choose from over a million Kindle books from the Kindle Store or enjoy popular magazines like The Economist and Reader’s Digest with high-resolution color images.
Language Learning – busuu
With Busuu, you’ll be able to learn how to read, write, and speak in 11 of the world’s most popular languages. And the best part is that Busuu’s techniques are more intuitive and impactful than reading dry books.
The application “math expert” is a collection of formulas out of mathematics and physics. The special feature is that the application can calculate the formulas.
Duolingo made a huge splash last year and remains one of the highest rated and most popular education apps of all time on Android. With this app you can learn different languages and it supports eight languages. It’s easy to use for most ages, it’s totally free, and there’s a web platform so you can continue your lessons anywhere.
Coursera connects you with online courses from 115+ of the top universities and educational institutions in the world including Stanford, Yale, Princeton and others. Browse it’s catalog, join courses and watch lectures from the world’s best instructors. Learn anytime, anywhere, in topics ranging from computer science to cooking and beyond.
Wikipedia is the free encyclopedia containing more than 32 million articles in 280 languages, and is the most comprehensive and widely used reference work humans have ever compiled.
Google Play Books
Choose from millions of books on Google Play including new releases, New York Times® bestsellers, textbooks and free classics. Easily adjust font size and customize even more of your reading experience. Read online or offline and pick up where you left off on your phone, tablet, or computer.