Now students can personalize their growth using these Apps
A recent study found that 12 percent of youth between the ages of 13 and 17 check their phone every few seconds
New Delhi : A recent study found that 12 percent of youth between the ages of 13 and 17 check their phone every few seconds.
It's up to companies to build apps that will keep this generation engaged. Here are a few apps currently making it work.
Feed your drive for personalize learning with Toppr.com
It is a personalized learning app for students studying for boards, Olympiads and various engineering, commerce and medical competitive exams.
Toppr emphasizes on adaptive practice through machine learning algorithms, personalized tests, and goal-based pedagogy.
It provides students with accurate, personalized feedback to pinpoint areas of improvement.
With every question students attempt on Toppr, their speed, accuracy and goal completion is measured and taken into account to give them the next best question to attempt.
It eliminates a lot of steps that don't add much value such as searching for more questions, matching answers and calculating scores.
With more than 29 thousand videos, students can learn concepts aided by animation.
In addition to the features of regular dictionary this innovative dictionary is helping students in various ways like Students can hear a correct pronunciation, see variety of examples, and learn about the history of the word's origin. Students recent search history is stored in the app so that they can revisit them.
If students find it difficult to remember the meaning of any word, they can mark it as a favorite and it will then appear under the "Favorites" section of the app that they can visit later.
Set fitness goals with Google Fit
Google Fit is a health-tracking platform developed by Google.
It can be easily integrated by students with their fitness gears.
It offers full statistics, goals and vitals tracking making it a good fitness app for the beginners. It is a single set of APIs that blends data from multiple apps and devices.
Google Fit uses sensors in a user's activity tracker or mobile device to record physical fitness activities (such as walking or cycling), which are measured against the user's fitness goals to provide a comprehensive view of their fitness.
Find solace in music with Wynk Music
It is the one-stop music app for the latest to the greatest songs that students will love.
From latest Bollywood hits to trending International artists - with over 3 million free songs they have got it all covered. Pop, Rock, Bhangra, Devotional, Romantic, Dance, Party, Old Classics - every choice of genre, you will find it here.