Evernote’s perhaps the most well-known digital notebook app ever made. It’s nearly synonymous with digital notes. This free productivity app gives you the tools for taking photos, crafting notes, creating to-do lists, and recording voice reminders...
The TED app lets you peruse the entire library of more than 1,700 TED Talks videos, introducing you to intriguing presentations and revolutionary ideas from education radicals, tech geniuses, business gurus, musical legends, and the like.
We all know about Wikipedia. The site’s official app provides access to the encyclopedia’s catalog of more than 32 million disputable articles, each of which is offered in more than 280 languages.
Lined with more than 200 free courses covering more than 20 subject areas (music, science, etc.), Coursera allows you to engage in a variety of courses from a slew of top-tier universities and institutions around the globe.
With StudyBlue, you can create and share a plethora of mobile flashcards, study guides, and quizzes, or choose from the an extensive collection of student-authored flashcards and flashcard decks.
Khan academy provides more than 4,000, free downloadable videos, so you can brush up on everything from K-12 math and earth science to art history and computer science.
Dropbox allows you to access all your photos, documents, and videos on nearly any device. You’re given 2GB upon signing up, with options for syncing and adding files to your favorite list for offline viewing on the go.
Duolingo is the world's most popular way to learn a language. It's 100% free, fun and science-based. The world's most popular language learning platform is now available for the classroom.
Learnist debuted in 2012 as crowd-sourced learning platform with heavy emphasis on images and videos as a way of conveying information. It’s designed to let anyone create online learning materials by selecting and organizing materials that are alr...