Top 5 Apps for online education: Vedantu, Unacademy, Byjus and more

    From Vedantu, Byjus to Toppr, here are top 5 online education apps which can be used by students to cope with their studies.
    By PRIYA KUMARI
    | Updated on Jan 15 2022, 09:19 AM IST
    From Vedantu, Byjus to Toppr, check top 5 online education apps here.
    From Vedantu, Byjus to Toppr, check top 5 online education apps here.
    From Vedantu, Byjus to Toppr, check top 5 online education apps here.
    From Vedantu, Byjus to Toppr, check top 5 online education apps here.

    Covid-19 cases are again on a rise in the country. Due to the pandemic, online classrooms, work from home, making online payments, etc., have now become the new normal. All this has given a big boost to digitalisation in India. Now we have mobile applications for almost everything we require. There are several online learning and education apps, which are available for both Android and iOS devices in India and are helping students to cope with their studies amid the ongoing pandemic. Students now communicate with teachers over video-conferencing apps to study and keep up-to-date with their course remotely.

    While some of these learning apps focus on general topics or are used as study aids, others are designed with specialised fields of study in mind. Additionally, education apps help you understand concepts in interactive ways such as animated videos, which make learning more fun and intuitive than the traditional method. Some apps also come with a live class feature to help clear doubts in real-time. If you are looking for the best online learning apps in India, here is a list that should help you.

    Vedantu

    Vedantu is an online learning app for students of all classes where teachers provide tuition over the internet. Using the Vedantu learning app, students can access free all live classes and premium content for grades 1-12, ICSE and CBSE boards, KVPY, NTSE, IIT JEE, and NEET for 30 days. It provides teachers that include IIT graduates, Ph.D. holders.

    Unacademy

    The next online education app in India worth looking at is Unacademy. It is among the best apps for competitive exams. It includes courses from UPSC to JEE, NEET, SSC, and Bank exams, among others. The app helps you understand concepts with daily live classes, practice, and revision, and live mock tests. However, it can be noted that you will have to pay for the courses you want to learn. But there are a few free courses as well.

    Byjus

    BYJU’S offers adaptive, engaging and effective learning programs for students in LKG, UKG, classes 1 -12 (K-12) and competitive exams like JEE, NEET and IAS. It has launched its flagship product, BYJU’S - The Learning App, for classes 4-12 in 2015. BYJU'S Early Learn App was launched in June 2019, a special offering from BYJU'S for students in classes 1-3 featuring Disney’s timeliness characters. In early 2019, BYJU'S acquired Osmo, a Palo Alto based maker of educational games. BYJU'S also acquired White Hat Jr in 2020. However, it also offers paid content to the students along with some free courses.

    Khabri

    Khabri is one of the fastest growing vernacular audio platforms in the country. Listeners can discover and consume audio courses aimed at helping them prepare for government job exams. Khabri also offers creators an opportunity to create content and get discovered. The app is free of cost and offers users the option to download the content and consume it offline, as well.

    Toppr

    Toppr includes courses for all classes across boards whether it’s ICSE, CBSE, Uttar Pradesh State Board, and Canadian Curriculum. The app helps students from classes 8th-12th learn with live classes, online classes, adaptive practice, mock tests, and live doubts. It also prepares aspirants for various exams such as JEE Main, JEE Advanced, Olympiad, AIIMS, NDA, and CA foundation. The basic subscription to Toppr starts at 30,000. You can also subscribe to individual modules.

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    First Published Date: 15 Jan, 07:48 AM IST
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