6 Good Android Apps to Enhance Your Professional Growth

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For our Android fans here in EdTech and mLearning, here is a collection of some very good apps to help you with your professional growth. These are apps that provide you access to a treasure trove of online courses and training videos covering a wide variety of topics from computer programming and coding to photography and music. Courses are offered from leading universities from all around the world.  Browse through the collections there and pick out the courses you are interested to start learning anywhere, anytime.



1- EdX - Online Courses
EdX offers courses from world leading universities and colleges. ‘Learn from the experts at Harvard University, MIT, UC Berkeley, Tsinghua University, Microsoft, Linux, The Smithsonian and more. Free courses in computer science, engineering, history, psychology, nutrition, big data, statistics and hundreds more.’

2- Coursera
‘Learn on the go with the free Coursera App for Android. Access more than 1,000 courses and Specializations developed by 140+ of the best colleges and universities in the world, and advance your career or continue your education by mastering subjects from Python programming and data science to photography and music.’

3- Udemy
‘Udemy is a global marketplace for learning and teaching online where more than 13 million students are mastering new skills and achieving their goals from over 40,000 courses taught by expert instructors. Whether you're looking to advance your career or explore a new hobby, it's all in one place.’

4- Lynda- Online Training
‘Whether you want to learn leadership skills, build a mobile app, or how to use software, Lynda.com has something for you. Take photography lessons, learn graphic design, get business training, take web and interactive design courses, take 3D animation classes, watch audio tutorials, and much more.’

5- TED
‘Feed your curiosity and expand your world with TED Talks. Explore more than 2,000 TED Talks from remarkable people, by topic and mood, from tech and science to the surprises of your own psychology.’

6- LinkedIn Learning
‘Whether you want to learn leadership skills, build a mobile app, or how to use software, LinkedIn Learning has something for you. Take marketing classes, get management training, learn graphic design, take photography courses, watch web and interactive design tutorials, and much more. Watch expert-taught courses in leadership, programming, IT, 3D animation, and much more.’