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Apps you should try to make your studies easier

In these days it is very common to study on the internet, but there is a span of information so it is extremely hard to find what you are looking for. Therefore, we have gathered a handful of them so that you choose which one is best for you. 

In this post, we will only discuss the apps and not websites since there are also many useful websites available out there.

Keep in mind that the numbering is not done according to its value, all the apps listed below are randomly sorted.

1. Coursera (5M+ users)

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Coursera has over 2,000 courses and Specializations developed by 140+ of the best colleges and universities in the world, and advance your career by mastering subjects from Python programming and data science to photography and music.

It has many courses including;

• Computer Science: Programming, Mobile, and Web Development
• Data Science: Machine Learning, Statistics, Probability, and Data
• Business: Accounting, Marketing, and Entrepreneurship
• Sciences: Robotics, Chemistry, Nutrition, and Medicine

• Art, including Design, Photography, Music, and Creative Writing

Joining coursera is free but to earn a certificate from home you have to join by paying them.

If you want to know more about them then visit:

2. Doulingo (100M+ Users)

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Doulingo is not much of a study app but it is an app where you can learn different languages. I suppose if you are reading this post from Zambia then this is the best app where you can improve your English from since English is the official language here.

It has over 60 Million users learning English from around the world. 😜 I already started using this app so that I can write better posts than this. 

3. Khan Academy (10M+ Users)

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Now, this app is really a learning app, it has many subjects you can learn with a lot of illustrations and Tests.

I personally used this app for my A level studies and I found it very interesting. The app mostly focuses on video learning and it is not bad because most of us like watching than reading. I don't know if you are even going to read this line or just the headings. 

4. Linkedln Learning (1M+ users)

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This app has over 4000 courses, so obviously you will find the course which you are doing easily i guess. 

Popular course topics and skills include:

- Learn business skills like becoming a manager, learn to give presentations, and how to negotiate
- Get communication tips and and time management training
- Develop leadership skills and get training on strategic planning
- Watch a variety of marketing tutorials like content marketing, digital marketing, SEO, and marketing tools like Google Analytics
- Brush up on Excel skills, QuickBooks, and other tools
- Learn coding languages like SQL, Java, C#, Python, and more
- Get the skills you need in IT infrastructure, database administration, and software administration
- Get training on game design and development
- Learn web development and how to build web applications or mobile apps
- Learn how to design and create a website
- Learn how to design logos, create ebooks, and more with in-depth tutorials on Illustrator, InDesign, Muse, and other software
- Learn photography and photo editing techniques, how to use a camera, Photoshop, Lightroom, and more
- Learn how to record and learn music production
- Learn videography and motion graphics with tutorials taught by experts

- Get 3D modelling and animation skills

To know more about this app visit their website:

5. Photomath (50M+ Users)

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The name it self gives you an idea that it is a math app. It is really a cool app and i recommend all the school students to use it to get maths answers directly.

It is very simple to use, open the app and take a photo of the question then in few seconds you get the answers with the procedure how you get or work that question out. 

This app can instantly help you out with topics;

Basic Math/Pre-Algebra: arithmetic, integers, fractions, decimal numbers, powers, roots, factors 
Algebra: linear equations/inequalities, quadratic equations, systems of equations, logarithms, functions, matrices, graphing, polynomials 
Trigonometry/Precalculus: identities, conic sections, vectors, matrices, complex numbers, sequences and series, logarithmic functions
Calculus: limits, derivatives, integrals, curve sketching

Statistics: combinations, factorials

I love this app so much and I have been using this app since I was in grade 7.

I hope you like this post, it took us some time and effort to pick these apps which can benefit people living in Zambia.

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