6 Best Apps for Teenagers

The age of technology, which started with the spread of the internet in the 2000s, is now educating children as an example of some kind of a school, developing their vision and making their day more fun. To make these able to work ultimately, companies build great apps. Let’s not forget that among these applications being developed in the market, there are many platforms focused on entertainment and friendship, as well as educational ones.

In this article, we will now look at the most appropriate, useful, and necessary applications for a teenager.



Evernote

Evernote, one of the most popular productivity apps, lets you save your planned projects, documents, notes, lists, web pages, photos, audio and more, sync them across all your devices and access them anywhere. In this way, you will never forget or lose the sites that come to your mind or that you will want to review later. Another good thing about this application is that it can be used for Android and iOS, the web, and for Windows and Mac computers.

Pandora

If teenagers love music, they’re sure to love this popular online radio service too. Pandora lets you stream music for free and discover new artists based on the genres and artists you love. Pandora is available for free on most mobile devices and the web.

Khan Academy

Khan Academy, one of my favorite educational resources, will educate you and your child on almost any subject with its free educational packages and lessons. Now the application is also available for iPad.Try it now.

Magisto

Young people who love to create video content and create content, love this powerful and easy-to-use video editing application. Add music, combine images, create photo slideshows and easily add music and effects.

Duolingo – Learn Languages for Free

Duolingo is an application designed to help you learn a foreign language and especially improve your vocabulary. The basis of this application is the realization of both socialization and learning by helping people who are trying to learn another language like you. The best part of this application is that it is free for both iOS and Android, if you want to learn another language, it’s time to try this application.

 

Lumosity: Daily Brain Games

Our popular apps list includes Lumosity, a brain training app. Developed by Lumos Labs, this is a useful app for building skills and training your teen’s mind. Lumosity has over 50 brain training games designed with the help of neuroscientists and game developers. This app helps kids learn new things, solve problems faster, increase retention, improve memory, and more.


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