5 Best educational apps


Back in the day, if you wanted to learn something, you’d have to go to a class for it or buy a book. These days, with our phones in our hands all the time and readily accessible internet, we can learn anytime of the day, thanks to a huge database of knowledge on the internet, and apps that can help make the learning experience fun.

If you’re looking to help turn the time your kids spend on their phones or tablets into a more productive and educational one, or maybe you’d like to learn a new language or a new topic while commuting to work, then here are some educational apps that you’ll definitely want to take a look at.


There are thousands of colleges and universities around the world, but obviously some are more favored and reputable than others. At the same time, not everyone can get into those places, but if you want to benefit from their education then edX is a good platform to check out.

The platform features thousands of lessons and classes from universities such as Harvard, Berkeley, MIT, and more.


Learning a new language can be fun, especially if you’re traveling to somewhere that does not speak your native tongue. Being able to communicate, even on a basic level, will go a long way in building rapport and ensuring you have a good time, and Duolingo is the perfect platform to check out.

The app offers free language lessons for a variety of languages. It features a more visual learning experience with cards and drawings and lessons that are easy to digest so that it doesn’t overwhelm you. There are also games and sound clips so that you can hear how a word is properly pronounced.

Montessori Preschool

There are numerous schools of thought and philosophies when it comes to educating young children, and the Montessori method is one of the more popular and well-known ones. Featuring an emphasis on independence and the idea that kids are natural learners, the Montessori Preschool app might actually be a perfect encapsulation of that approach.

The app comes with over 1,000 activities designed by certified Montessori teachers, where it teaches kids things like phonics, reading, logic, and even coding that will hopefully prepare them for a potential future career path.


Math isn’t something that everyone finds easy to grasp. Some people just have a better understanding of it than others, but this doesn’t mean that you can’t improve. Photomath is actually quite a pretty cool app where you can use your phone’s camera, point it at a math equation, and it will teach you how to solve it.

It won’t actually spit the answers out immediately, but it will show you the steps on how to get to the answer yourself, which you can then use those principles to apply to future questions and problems.


Like we said, one of the benefits that students have today is that they can quickly source information online, instead of having to dig through books, which brings us to Udemy. This is a popular app for students where there are over 100,000 video tutorials that cover a wide variety of topics.

It can range from more academic topics to more arts topics like drawing or writing, and there is a community that students can interact with and ask questions.

Tyler Lee
A graphic novelist wannabe. Amateur chef. Mechanical keyboard enthusiast. Writer of tech with over a decade of experience. Juggles between using a Mac and Windows PC, switches between iOS and Android, believes in the best of both worlds.

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