Top Educational Apps

Today, mobile technology has become an integral part of our lives. It has become the most revolutionary productivity tool and due to its rising popularity many users are frequently using smartphones and tablets to learn new things and develop new skills. Likewise, over the last couple of years, if you look at the education space, it has undergone a massive transformation especially in the field of e-learning. And in the present era, with the arrival of mobile apps, learning has further become fun while study materials have become easily accessible. In any case, educational apps are continually bridging the communication gap between parents, teachers, and children or students.

However, when we are talking about educational apps, there’s a diverse range of applications available for educators as well as students. There is a huge collection of educational offerings in app stores. Some educational apps have been developed for high-school students, some for college graduates, and others for competitive exams. As such, there might be a slight problem in this case. It becomes difficult to know which ones are the top and useful apps.

Some educational apps are always better than others. That is why if any student wants to fast track their progress and learn about something new, we at BYJU’S are providing free educational app to help students achieve their goals. BYJU’S – The learning app stands out from the rest as it introduces unique and different as well as advanced learning means and methods to help any student grow.

Students can also download our other version of apps below.
Chemistry Apps
Maths Solution App
Science App

BYJU’S is one of the top educational apps that offer a wide range of courses on a variety of subjects like math, physics, chemistry, biology and it even has materials for exams like CAT, GRE, GMAT and others. Most of them have highly detailed explanations from experienced experts supported by interesting video lectures and tutorials. There is lot to explore.

Download the app from the link given below.

 

Download_on_the_App_Store Student App
googleplay Student App

 


Practise This Question

In an experiment on depression of freezing point, two beakers leveled as A and B were filled with 1000 g. of water each. 40 g and 80 g of a certain non-electrolytic solute were added to both the beakers and freezing point of the solutions were noted as TfA and TfB respectively. Now both the solutions were poured into an empty beaker C and the freezing point of the mixed solution is found to be TfC . What is the ratio TfA   :   TfB   :   TfC?