Mobile learning is providing a variety of benefits for the consumers. Providing learning on-the-go, these apps make sure you get to learn something new every time you glance through them. Let’s take a look at some of the most useful ones available on Android.
Photomath, as the name implies, is all about math. Using your camera and OCR technology to read equations that you write down, it gives you the answer as well as the step-by-step procedure on how it came up with the answer.
A developer on Google Play, SoloLearn has a large selection of learning apps that teach computer programming. They support web languages ranging from HTML, Java, C++ to Python, with a different app for each language.
A lot like Udemy or Lynda, Udacity focuses on in-demand job skills such as computer programming, app development, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and more. They have free as well as paid courses available, with each course having a nano-degree that shows that you completed the studies. Google partners with them frequently to host courses.
Focussing on skill-based learning, Udemy has courses on things like Adobe apps, Microsoft apps, and you can even learn things like public speaking, cooking, and other stuff. Letting you watch them as you please, the courses usually revolve around video lectures with video examples.
Yes, you heard that right. YouTube is a sea of knowledgeablevideos apart from entertainment. There are educational channels with tutorials on virtually anything you can think of. You can even go ad-free with YouTube Red that comes with a monthly subscription of $9.99.