self-learning in the name of apps
The Google Play Store has got to be one of the greatest genius ideas there is in this era. With a multitude of educational, game applications just waiting to be explored. Anyone with an Android smartphone is no stranger to this.
It would only make perfect sense to make use of your smartphone or tablet when It comes to informing and educating yourself, seeing that we carry these with us almost everywhere we go. Certain learning apps are better than others but they all serve the same purpose which is to help you learn something you previously had no knowledge of.
The ability to master your craft lies in your commitment to always being proactive in your learning. You don’t need to be in a classroom listening to a lecture anymore, you can find apps that will teach you what you need to know. The perks of this is it’s far cheaper and you can go back to anything you may have missed.
Let’s take a look at a few helpful Android Apps that have probably helped its users learn more that they had anticipated.
We all know this app is mostly associated with leisure books but actually, this platform has a lot of educational books available to the user.
You will also find “how to” and self-help books here, all genuinely useful and designed to help you polish whatever skill you want to upgrade.
Kindle offers books for all ages and caters for anyone with an urge to improve their knowledge.
In 2014, an app called DuoLingo was birthed. An educational effective FREE app meant to inspire one to learn different languages.
Unlike the norm of how a “second language” is taught, with this app you are gradually introduced to mini games and short lessons to improve your vocabulary. Depending on how you cope, the lessons gradually become more difficult.
This is a simple means to learn the dreadful language of mathematics (that a lot of us hated). I suppose with this app, you have to be willing to learn to solve the problem and not just have it spoon feed you. All you do is take a picture of your math problem and the app then helps you solve it step by step. Definitely a great tool for students.
SoloLearn is what you would call “a community of code” that consists of a hub of coding options to suit the geeks that have taken heed to the calling. According to http://www.sololearn.com/ 8 million learners all over the world use their apps on all types of gadgets.
Opportunities to consistently learn something new that edifies your profession/ craft are endless, all you have to do is to be willing to look and be receptive.
What are your favourite self-learning apps? Let us know by leaving your answer in the comment section below.
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