If you made a New Year’s resolution to spend your time learning something new in 2019 you’ve landed in the right place. We’ve put together a list of the 5 best Android learning apps for 2019. Here’s the rundown:
Khan Academy: This is the Android companion app to the award-winning learning website. There is simply no way you can not try out one of Khan Academy’s terrific courses.
Amazon Kindle: You don’t need to fork out money to buy the Kindle device. You can simply download the Kindle app for Android and in a few minutes, you’ll be up and running. Most books on Amazon are available in Kindle form. All you need to do is buy the book and start reading it immediately on your Android smartphone or tablet!
Coursera: Feel like taking a real university course? Coursera is the app to get. Tons of courses available on a variety of subjects. Some are free while others are paid. A great app if you’re serious about learning.
Udacity: Udacity offers a mix of free and paid courses and mainly focuses on skills that will help you advance in your career. Study digital marketing, web development, or something else. Give it a try. I think you’ll find that Udacity is one of the easiest ways to learn a new skill.
YouTube: Don’t discount YouTube as a learning platform. It has literally hundreds of thousands of video tutorials available for free. All you need to do is open up the app and start searching. Seriously. When I want to learn something new YouTube is the first place I look.
Khan Academy has tons of 100% free videos and tutorials on a wide variety of subjects including math, physics, humanities, history, computer science, and much more. You can even download the videos for viewing offline.
Cousera offers courses in just about anything you can imagine: math, history, computer science, art, you name it. Some of the courses are free while others are not. However, they all include lectures, reading assignments etc.
Udacity is a great app for learning the kinds of skills that employers are looking for. You can learn everything from digital marketing to front-end web development. They include a mix of free and paid courses.