What Are The 10 Best Android Learning Apps ?

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1. Duolingo

Play Store: Learn Languages (Price: Free)
If you want to learn a new language, Duolingo is the perfect teacher for you.

The site is world’s most popular way of learning any language with fun and science-based techniques.

Having more than 200 million users, it’s totally free and user-friendly site.

2. Memrise

Play Store: Memrise (Price: Free with in-app purchases)
Memrise is a user-generated learning platform which specialises in language learning.

The site is known for learning with fun like games, humorous chatbots and using uses flashcards as memory aids.

The application of the same has won I/O Award Winner for Best App of 2017.

3. Photomath

Play Store: Photomath (Price: Free)
Photomath is the world’s smartest camera calculator and your math assistant. Basically, it uses the camera to recognize math patterns and to provide solutions onscreen.

It just makes your mathematics easy.

4. SoloLearn

Play Store: SoloLearn (Price: Free)
SoloLearn is an online platform which offers you various coding classes in 13 different programming disciplines.

It also teaches you basic concepts, data types, arrays, pointers, conditional statements, loops, functions, classes, objects, inheritance, and polymorphism at absolutely free rates.

5. Udemy

Play Store: Udemy (Price: Free with in app purchases)
Udemy is online learning platform with over 65000 courses and 15 million students.

Here you can learn programming, marketing, web development, data science and much more.

6. Arts and Culture

Play Store: Arts and Culture (Price: Free)
Google Arts & Culture is the program launched by the by Google through its Google Cultural Institute which allows

its users to use high-resolution images of artworks housed in the initiative’s partner museums like Art Gallery of Ontario, the White House and many others.

7. YouTube

Play Store: YouTube (Price: Free)
YouTube is an American video-sharing website which allows you to upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and world. With the changing time, it turns out to be the best teacher available.