Once you stop learning, you start dying. Learning is a life-long process that must not stop. The app world has made learning easier than it was ever before. There are videos, books, dictionaries, quizzes, flashcards and more to help us get all kinds of information at our finger tips. Here are some great educational apps that can be useful for people from all walks of life.
- Khan Academy. It is a great library of over 3,000 videos, allowing you to learn pretty much anything you need to know.
- Dictionary.com’s. Dictionary.com’s app is exactly what its name implies. You can look up nearly any word in existence. Whether you need a dictionary or thesaurus, you’ll find what you’re looking for.
- StudyBlue. With StudyBlue, you can create and share a plethora of mobile flashcards, study guides, and quizzes, or choose from the extensive collection of student-authored flashcards and flashcard decks.
- WikiPedia. We all know Wikipedia. The site’s official app provides access to the encyclopedia’s catalog of more than 32 million articles, each of which is offered in more than 280 languages. It has additional options for quickly sharing articles on social networks like Twitter or saving for offline use.
- Learnist. Learnist app acts like a social network for knowledge. You can browse an organized collection of text and video content, much of which is sequenced into lessons covering thousands of topics.