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12 Great Android Apps for High School Students

July 18, 2017
Below is a collection of some good educational Android apps we curated specifically for high school students. Some of things they can do with these apps include: record and share screencasts, create and learn using flashcards, access over 10.000 videos explaining numerous science and math topics, get help with your math homework using the camera of your phone, learn and practice a new language on the go, quickly capture and share notes, set reminds and to-do lists, collaborate and save your docs in the cloud, and many more. Check them out and share with us your feedback. Links to the apps are under the visual.

12 Great Android Apps for High School Students
1- Explain Everything
‘Explain Everything is an easy-to-use design, screencasting, and interactive whiteboard tool that lets you annotate, animate, narrate, import, and export almost anything to and from almost anywhere.’

2- Quizlet Learn With Flashcards
‘Create your own flashcards or choose from millions created by other Quizlet students and teachers on thousands of subjects. If you're doing standardized test prep for big exams like the SAT or ACT, studying for an upcoming midterm or test in school, or are using Quizlet as a teacher in the classroom,’

3- Khan Academy
‘Khan Academy allows you to learn almost anything for free. You can learn anything – for free: Over 10,000 videos and explanations at your fingertips in math, science, economics, history, and much, much more’

4- Socratic
‘Take a PHOTO of your homework question or math equation and get explanations, videos, and step-by-step help INSTANTLY.’

5- Photomath
‘Simply point your camera toward a math problem and Photomath will magically show the result with detailed step-by-step instructions.’

6- WolframAlpha
‘Across thousands of domains--with more continually added--Wolfram|Alpha uses its vast collection of algorithms and data to compute answers and generate reports for you.’

7- Duolingo
‘Practice your speaking, reading, listening and writing skills while playing a game! You'll improve your vocabulary and grammar skills by answering questions and completing lessons. Start with basic verbs, phrases, and sentences, and learn new words daily.’

8- Google Keep
‘Quickly capture what’s on your mind and get a reminder later at the right place or time. Speak a voice memo on the go and have it automatically transcribed. Grab a photo of a poster, receipt or document and easily organize or find it later in search. Google Keep makes it easy to capture a thought or list for yourself, and share it with friends and family.’

9- Video Editor
‘Our Editors' Choice app is the best way to create, edit, and publish videos on Android. Get this powerful and easy-to-use video editor app for making and sharing videos on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and more. Add themes, filters, effects, transitions, emojis, voiceover narration, music, and more.’

10- Trello
‘Whether it's managing a team, writing an epic screenplay, or just making a grocery list, Trello is your sidekick for getting things done and staying organized.’

11- Google Docs
‘Create, edit and collaborate with others on documents from your Android phone or tablet with the Google Docs app. ’

12- Google Drive
‘Google Drive is a safe place for all your files and puts them within reach from any smartphone, tablet, or computer. Files in Drive – like your videos, photos, and documents – are backed up safely so you can’t lose them. Once there, you can easily invite others to view, edit, or leave comments on any of your files or folders.’