Tags : learning

Educational Software

Mimo – Learn to Code

Mimo is a free programming learning application. It is available for Android, iOS, and as a web application. There are also paid versions of the app that offer more content, but here we are only discussing the free version. Learning programming in the Mimo app Upon visiting the app’s website, the first step is to […]Read More

Educational Software

Anki – for Better Memory and Learning

Anki is a free cross-platform program that aids in learning and memorizing desired content. It exists in versions for Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, and iOS. It was created by Damien Elmes, an Australian software engineer, and was first released in 2006. What is Anki? Anki is a program that assists in learning foreign languages, preparing […]Read More

Educational Software

Ginkgo: History of the World

Ginkgo: History of the World is a free history learning application. It is available in versions for Android and iOS. The ginkgo is the oldest tree in the world and the only surviving member of the Ginkgo species. That’s why it’s called a living fossil. It is believed to have existed since the time of […]Read More

Developer Tools

PyDroid 3

PyDroid 3 is an integrated development environment (IDE) for Python 3 on the Android platform. The application is free. The authors also offer a Premium option which adds code analysis (real-time error checking), code prediction (automatic code completion), premium libraries (tensorflow, opencv-python, torch), and no ads. To ensure proper functionality, the installation of the Pydroid […]Read More

Productivity Software

Yearly Progress – Track Progress of Your Tasks

Did you promise yourself to lose extra pounds or decided to learn a foreign language? If so, we welcome your decision and hope you persevere and succeed in it. To help you out, we’ve found an app to help you track your progress during these endeavors. Yearly Progress is a free application for Android operating […]Read More

Educational Software

Pomotroid – Pomodoro Technique for Practicing Discipline

The Pomodoro Technique, created in the late 1980s, aims to help you learn discipline and help you not waste time when fulfilling your obligations. It consists of alternating active segments and breaks in strictly limited time periods, usually 25 minutes of work, followed by a 5-minute break. This is repeated three or four times, followed […]Read More

Educational Software

Milky – Pomodoro Technique for Learning

Pomodoro (translated from Italian: tomato) is a learning technique that was invented by Francesco Cirillo at the end of the 80s of the last century. This technique works by dividing learning into strictly limited periods of time, usually 25 minutes, followed by a short break, usually 5 minutes. After a certain number of repetitions, three […]Read More