Best Educational apps for High School students (iOS)

By | September 16, 2014
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Technology has made a significant contribution in literally every aspect of our day today life. Education is not something behind. A lot of technical advancements in terms of technology has made the typical education system so creative, affordable and easy to reach out to.

With the increasing usage of electronic gadgets in classroom, various companies have come up to provide the students their study material onto the same devices. For those, who are enthusiast enough about the same,  here is a list compiled about the best educational apps for high school students. have a look



1. Khan Academy

Khan Academy is one of the best apps available for the students. However, there is one disappointing thing about this app that it is available only for the iOS platform.



If you have a Mac, iPhone or iPad, then this app is surely something to look out for. Khan Academy app has around 4200 videos ranging from topic to topic covering subjects like Maths, Science, Finance, History and Civics. The videos are completely free and can be downloaded onto your device for offline access.

The videos on the app cover almost everything related to the topics. Ranging from the basic introduction till the examples with practice questions, the content is very much relevant to the subject and topic and that makes it one of the best choices for the students.



2. iTunes U

iTunes U is the Apple’s online depository containing more than 7,50,000 free lectures, iBooks, videos and more. The content in this covers the wide scope of subjects that includes the mathematics, computer science, science and humanity. More than just the viewer, this app includes the assignments that the students can check off as they are completed. It also offers an option for the students to add the notes when they are reviewing either video or audio lectures.

3. Rosetta Course

Rosetta Course app allows the student to learn the new language on the go using the Rosetta-stone language learning software for iPad and iPhone. The course covers the foreign language basics using the immersive Rosetta stone approach. This app comes free with the Rosetta stone subscription. Non-subscribers can sign up for the Rosetta account and can go trail with one chapter of their favorite language for free.

4. Study Blue

Consolidating the games into the learning process which can be the useful approach, but students needs the notecards to learn the content. Study Blue is one of the best flash card tool which offers mobile access to notes, study guides and flash notes. This app let the parents, students or teachers to create the custom flashcards sets with both recommended and own material based the subject you are studying.

5. SAT Vocab by MindSnacks

This app helps the students to increase the vocabulary skills and help them to prepare for the exams like GRE, PSAT or SAT with the different games offered in this MindSnacks title. This app also takes the multimedia approach to the language learning by combining the audio and images in the series of mini-games that will make the memorization very fun. This app is available for free and comes with the in-app purchases to unlock the additional vocabulary lessons.

6. Calendars 5 by Readdle

This is the perfect education app for the high school students and it helps the students to manage their work schedule, schoolwork and their extra curricular activities. It has the clean design and easy to use interface which makes it ideal for the students to organize their schedule. It features the built-in task manager, language input and the offline operation.

7. Evernote

Taking notes is very important when studying anything, and Evernote is one of the best note-taking apps for iOS. It sync with across both the desktop and mobile platforms and contains all the features that the students would ever need to create, organize their notes.



Author: Peter Jacksonn

Peter, the most experienced in The Tech Bulletin team is a professional blogger and interested in reviewing the gadgets, giving solutions for technical queries. He covers the consumer electronics section along with latest apps and games.+Peter