Sutrishna SahaDigital Marketing Manager

What are the best apps for students?

The apps which can help students to boost up their knowledge as well as entertain them.
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    Quizlet Learn

    Machine learning-powered adaptive studying

    Haroon BakhshFounder, Astra 🌟 · Written
    Fantastic product for learning + memorizing key information!
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    Noisli 2.0

    Improve focus and boost your productivity with ambient noise

    Haroon BakhshFounder, Astra 🌟 · Written
    Definitely worth using – helps you stay focussed while working.
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    MondlyAR

    Learn languages in augmented reality

    Sebastian Maraloiu 🚀 ⚙️ 🤖 ⚡Chief Marketing Officer at Mondly · Written
    Augmented reality will change the way we learn everything. So, if you are into learning languages, MondlyAR will surely supercharge your learning and entertain you. MondlyAR is the 1st language app in the world to use Augmented Reality and Chatbots with Speech Recognition to teach you foreign languages. The app is available on Google Play and you can use it to learn English, Spanish, French, German, Portuguese and Italian. With over 30 million users on its iOS and Android app and a 4.5-star rating from over 700,000 reviews, Mondly is one of the top language apps in the world.
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    I've majored in English and French was my minor. And believe me or not, I could not have a conversation in French or order something in French; oh yeah but I know how say 'l'inquietude de l'absolu' (that's what they've been teaching me). However, Mondly has proven its worth, it can really make French words and phrases stick to my brain. Amazing teacher :D!
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    Grammarly

    Clear, effective, mistake-free writing.

    Uday SinghCEO, Epigrammar · Written
    Grammarly just gets out of the way catching tense, comma, or improper word-choice mistakes that your eyes may glaze over. Great for combing through writing you're about to submit!
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    DaylenStudent and Wikipedian in Vancouver · Written
    As a high-school student, Grammarly is a best friend. Say goodbye to having marks deducted for spelling and grammar mistakes.
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    Airtable 2.0

    Beyond the spreadsheet

    Haroon BakhshFounder, Astra 🌟 · Written
    Great spreadsheet platform to track your grades, subject topics + school info to stay organised.
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  6. MaheShresthaGadgetFreak | Engineer | Not an ALIEN · Written
    Get answered!
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  7. Haroon BakhshFounder, Astra 🌟 · Written
    Great platform for organising your files no matter where you are.
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    Dannie NguyenJunior Marketing Executive · Written
    Great for groupwork I must say. I can't find any better application
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    Kahoot! 2.0

    Game based learning platform

    Justin Pottsintern @ Product Hunt · Written
    Kahoot was widely used when I was in high school, and loved by students! The gamification aspect brought out the competition in all of us, and was the first thing students would suggest as an in-class study tool before a quiz or exam.
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    Daniella LathamMarketing Manager, Kahoot! · Written
    Make learning awesome through fun quizzes - play on the go, anytime, anywhere. Teachers can also share homework challenges via the app to their students to play at home.
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    SummarizeBot

    A blockchain-powered bot that summarizes information for you

    Help me to read long articles, avoid information noise and easy prepare my essays.
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  10. A solid learning solution for self-starting students who want to grasp the wide array of programming topics.
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    POLARIS 🌏

    Augmented Reality filters for the Earth

    Shashwat PradhanCEO/Founder @emberify · Written
    Shashwat Pradhan made this product
    They can learn about the planet in AR.
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    Studddent

    🏫 Curated list of online discounts for students

    Calum PatrickStudent at The University of Waterloo · Written
    Calum Patrick made this product
    Crowdsourced list of resources that offer a discount for students. Lots of resources are great for learning design & development.
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  14. rahmantutul@yahoo.coOnly one man who can change the earth · Written
    You can get your question answer very quickly
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  15. JIANYU CHENHeadhunter, AnyHelper · Written
    Best app for international students in China!
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  16. I remember one time I showed my parents a photo on my mobile phone because of my work, but they secretly browsed all the pictures in my gallery. I am very angry, although there is nothing strange in my phone. But this disrespect for my privacy is very disgusting. So I downloaded this app.
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    Tinycards by Duolingo

    The future of learning with flashcards, by Duolingo

    Anton TimofeevInterface designer, Flata · Written
    Extremely useful for memorizing anything!
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  18. Saksham JainEntrepreneurial Engineer with TapChief · Written
    Great platform for K-12 to dive into learning.
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    Frame

    Web frameworks list by technology and language

    Badr Bn19 y/o Maker , Web Developer / designer · Written
    Badr Bn made this product
    For the beginners in web developement , this is a list of webframework that you can use in your projects
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    Boltz

    A mental math practice app that sharpens your skills

    Arsala Bangash made this product
    I made Boltz because a lot of students struggle with math and relegate themselves to "Not being math people". I believe that the people who regard themselves as such simply fell behind at some point in their education because they couldn't keep up with the computational rigor of their math studies. With some practice, math concepts from basic arithmetic to factorization can become reflexive, allowing students to grasp more complex topics in a more concrete manner.
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