Here are some top 10 best free education apps for your iPad and Androids mobile phones that will do justice to your questions even add more value to your learning skills.
Evernote is a collaborative task and project management app that lets you bring your notes at the heart of collaboration to boost work execution
Bring your life’s work together in one digital workspace. Evernote is the place to collect inspirational ideas, write meaningful words.
2. Pocket Body
Pocket Body allows the user to add their own pins to the body and edit notes of the pins. This ensures that the application is a very useful learning resource for anybody studying anatomy at any academic level. The useful search function allows users to easily find a particular pin; even pins added by the user can be found. Its also help to check health status.
3. Best Books for Tweens
If you’re reading for school or for pleasure, you can use this app to find new books and build a custom reading list. While it automatically review your work and save them according to your reading list.
4. Google Maps
This app helps you view 360-degree panoramas of place and it also provides directions, interactive maps, and satellite/aerial imagery of many countries. Can also search by keyword such as type of business.
5. Phrasal Verbs Machine
Phrasal Verbs Machine App will help you lose your fear of phrasal verbs and show you that, with the right tools, using them is easier than it looks.
Edmodo is an easy way to get your students connected so they can safely collaborate, get and stay organized, and access assignments, grades, and school data. The “Edmodo” takes learning beyond the classroom by providing a free, safe place for teachers and students to connect and collaborate—anytime, anywhere.
7. TapToTalk App
This is one of a kind application, the TapToTalk app Give a non-verbal child or adult a voice! TapToTalk turns mobile phones both of Android and iOS into an augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) device.
iBooks is an e-book application by Apple Inc. for its iOS and OS X operating systems and devices. With iBooks on your iPad, iPad mini, iPhone, or iPod touch, you can buy books at the iBooks Store and read them whenever and wherever you want. It also increases your reading ability in no time.
9. Alphabet Projector
Learn to Read Educational Program with Word Bingo, Endless Gears, Alphabet Reader and more for Curious Kids in Preschool, Kindergarten and 1st Grade. A fun projector that is compact, easy to use and provides hours of entertainment and creativity; Teaches how to trace and write the alphabet and numbers.
10. Pass the Past
Pass the Past is a general history app that covers all aspects of middle school history, including a section on world history until the year 1500. The apps helps you to know the difference between passed and past (grammar lesson). Its a cool one I must say