Top 10 Android remote learning apps to study from home


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During this mandatory quarantine period that many countries have implemented to curb the spread of the pandemic known as a coronavirus (COVID-19), many people have faced the difficult task of avoiding boredom but with these top remote learning apps list, you can help restrain this.

Thanks to the Internet and technological advances. We find various websites and applications that can help us invest our time not only having fun with games but also learning new things.

Top 10 remote learning apps that will make you more productive

That is why, now, we present you with the top 10 applications for Android that will help you increase your productivity at work. And will also contribute to increasing your level of abilities.

Udemy: The first one we should mention is the ‘Udemy’ website. Where we stumbled upon more than 130,000 online courses on all subjects. From the field of web and mobile development, languages, mathematics, economics, design, marketing, to classes of music. Udemy has more than 1,200 teachers and has straightforward dynamics. It offers a certain amount of videos with every little detail to evaluate if you are learning accurately.

Masterclass: This app, as its name implies, is a perfect option for those users who love gastronomy, acting, music production, among others who want to focus their time learning what works best for them. Moreover, in it, they will meet characters like Gordon Ramsay, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Natalie Portman, and more, who will help them improve their skills.

TED Masterclass: Very similar to the previous one, this app offers users advice on how to improve their stage fright, control their emotions, and enter the world of public speaking. Offering tips for all kinds of tools to learn and master this topic, in particular.

Coursera: It is an online teaching platform, which was founded in 2012 by two professors from Stanford University, in order to provide free access to quality education from anywhere. Currently, this platform has more than two thousand courses on different subjects, taught in 29 countries and by 147 institutions, so that anyone, anywhere in the world, can take them and learn.

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Apps for everyone

When it comes to finding educational applications for both adults and new learners, Android has a great variety. Here are some apps to guide users on topics related to mathematics, languages, programming, among others.

Encode: The Encode app offers programming courses focused on the languages: JavaScript and Phyton at different levels.

SoloLearn: Like the previous app, this one is also focused on programming. However, it offers courses in any language up to the most current ones like Kotlin.

Skillshare: It is a perfect app for content creators. As it offers information about photography and cinema, animation, design, illustration, lifestyle, writing, web development, and business.

Brilliant: This app is very similar to Skillshare. However, its approach is more practical and interactive, and it is oriented to mathematics, science, and computer science. Brilliant uses intuition and logical thinking as the north.

Duolingo: Duolingo is one of the most interactive and easy to use apps when it comes to learning new languages. This app offers you learning from English, Italian, German, Russian, to Japanese. And it has a form of simple and very dynamic tests in which you can show your learned knowledge.

Khan Academy: It is a free virtual platform for students, teachers, and parents. Through this, people can learn and practice mathematics through exercises, quizzes, and tests. That enables them to master this subject without leaving their home.

Completing our list, these are some of the remote learning apps that you can consult to make quarantine productive. However, you can also check out the Play Store and entertain yourself with the whole bunch of apps that are there.

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