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The Best 5 Educational Apps of 2019

The Best 5 Educational Apps of 2019

People never stop learning, and broadening your knowledge is at your fingertips in today’s digital age. Children, teenagers, and adults have access to information at all times and are free to explore any interest. Here are some of the top learning apps that will help you in your pursuit of knowledge.

1. Codeacademy

Computers took over the world and everyone has one in their pocket these days. Codeacademy lets you learn about programming languages and other aspects of computers without downloading anything. You can gain new skills based on what you are interested in and you don’t need to have any previous knowledge. The application lets you choose what you want to explore and teaches you step by step. Learn the theory behind various technologies, and put it in practice through coding exercises.

2. Duolingo

Always wanted to learn a foreign language but didn’t have time for tedious lessons? That’s where this application comes in. There are many languages you can choose from and you can learn at your own pace. Each lesson is divided into short topics, followed by practice exercises. Duolingo also implements a reward mechanism that helps you get used to learning languages on a regular basis. The app offers a fictional currency as a reward and you can spend it on fun virtual things. It almost feels like playing a game, and games are fun.


Interested in the final frontier but can’t buy a spaceship yet? No problem. NASA lets you explore space through their learning and stargazing app. The application teaches you astronomy through easy to understand articles and videos. It also lets you take a look at what NASA is currently working on. You can learn about their missions and the current project.

If you love gazing at the stars, the app also informs you about celestial events, such as solar eclipses and planetary alignments.

4. edX – Online university courses

This application is a treasure trove of knowledge. It provides access to courses that are taught at prestigious universities. Access is free of charge and it even gives you the option to get college credit, however, this will cost you. The courses come as video lectures and sometimes interactive exercises and quizzes, especially if the course is about programming.

5. Udemy

This is one of the most popular online platforms that offer courses on pretty much everything. Udemy is used both by professionals who are adding to their skill sets, as well as people exploring new interests. You can find courses on anything from programming to cooking and creative writing.

Some of these courses are free but most of them cost around 10$. The bright side is that if you aren’t happy with a course you can just ask for a refund. Even if you finish the course, but you aren’t satisfied, Udemy has a 30-day refund policy. Feel free to expand your horizon and learn something new!


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