Best of Education Android Apps

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August 1st, 2019

Cognitive training for real-world skills

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Arpy Vanyan
Arpy Vanyan- Lead Developer, Inapptics
Used this a while ago. Helps improve many different skills :)
Tim Stubbs
Tim Stubbs
I use this all the time. It's free but you can pay for the Pro version. That allows you to play all their games all the time. The free, recommended 'workout' (personalised) is enough for me - about 15-20 minutes a session.
Mustafa Cengiz
Mustafa Cengiz- Digital Marketer | E-Commerce
That's app most powerfull and funny for improving to brain. It improve different skills your brain and generally just 20 minutes enough per a day.
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Solve chemical reactions like a pro

The app allows to discover chemical reactions and to solve the chemical equations with one and several unknown variables. You'll always have Mendeleev's periodic table and the solubility table handy. And even the calculator of molar masses!

Fast and fun way to learn piano

Simply piano is a fast and fun way to learn piano. Using our acoustic engine, the app listens to how you play, giving you real-time feedback

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Quora
Answer (1 of 2): The answer to this question is largely dependent on your goals. Before I answer, I will preface this by saying that I am an employee of JoyTunes, the creator of Simply Piano. If you have a goal of being a professional piano player, I will be the first to tell you that relying so...
Tech in Asia
Nope, all of us can't be the next Beethoven. But we don't have to set that lofty a goal to learn to play the piano. It's great for playing in an amateur band, or even shredding tunes in a bar. And if you feel you can't afford those expensive piano lessons, don't fret.
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SoloLearn is a place to learn, create, and share programming content with peers around the globe.

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Adelaida Diaz-Roa
Adelaida Diaz-Roa- Co-founder @ Nomo FOMO
Love that it's a phone app for learning on the go!
David Ashton
David Ashton
I was going to learn classical Greek to keep my brain active but decided to learn to code instead. I can't say enough good things about SoloLearn. Twelve coding languages with dozens of interactive lessons on each. A terrific community of helpful coders answering each other's questions. A positive and responsive development team. A platform to try out and sh… See more
Andrei Cereanu
Andrei Cereanu- Student, begginer programmer
I am one of the many beta testers on SL, and I just can't say enough about this app and its team. They are just simply amazing! 12 language courses, another 5 or 6 courses about libraries for javascript or even new languages like Kotlin and C (where you can create and submit your own course if you know enough!), many quizzes and challenges, not to mention th… See more
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TechCrunch
Facebook has announced its "FbStart Apps of the Year", which is an event which recognizes the most successful apps from the global FbStart program. This year's Grand Prize winner is SoloLearn ( iOS/ Android] which is a free mobile-first app for anyone who wants to learn how to code.
TechCrunch
There are of course plenty of ways to learn to code online these days. But recently there's been a trend to allow would-be developers to learn it on the go. We've already covered the efforts of Enki to create a 'snackable' mobile learning app for developers.
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A new way to control Google Slides on any device.

Remote for Slides allows you to control Google Slides on any device, remotely, without the need of any extra hardware.

✅ Control presentation slide

✅ View speaker notes with adjustable font size

✅️ View timer

✅ Dark & Black mode (Works best with OLED screen)

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Henry Lim
Henry Lim- Google Developer Expert / Web Developer
Say goodbye to clicker, the only thing you need to install is a tiny Chrome Extension, and now you can control your presentation slides any device, remotely!
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Medium
Say hello to Remote for Google Slides - a Chrome Extension and a Progressive Web App that allows you to control Google Slides on any device, remotely, without the need for any extra hardware. Easy to use Remote for Google Slides is very easy to use.
The Next Web
Google Slides already lets you beam your presentation deck to a Chromecast-equipped screen from your iOS or Android device. Now, there's another way to use your phone as a presentation remote, thanks to this handy browser extension created by Malaysia-based developer Henry Lim.
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