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Five Apps To Help You Learn A New Skill

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By Miriam Plieninger

 

Apps are always talked about from friends and colleagues. They want to figure out which is the best one to use or recommend for hobby-related things. Well, here are five apps that can help you learn a new skill.

 

Babbel (www.babbel.com)

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If you would like to learn a new language, then this is the app for you. Covering 8,500 hours of content in 14 languages, from Spanish to Indonesian, using Babbel will enable you to communicate in a foreign language from the start. Additionally, Babbel will use your native language and your knowledge of its grammar to help you learn more efficiently and at a higher speed. Lastly, all of the audio content is recorded by native speakers, allowing you to work on and perfect your accent from the start.

 

Available on iOS and Android, subscription available from $6.95

 

 Skillshare (www.skillshare.com

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Online learning platform Skillshare offer classes on everything from entrepreneurship to illustration, with videos ranging from classes to help you learn a specific skill, to knowing how to promote these skills and build a brand. If you want to learn more about how to create a brand or simply develop new or existing skills, then Skillshare is a great place to start.

 

Available on iOS and Android, free

 

Daily Art (www.getdailyart.com

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Daily Art (www.getdailyart.com) whether you are an art fan already or simply want to know a bit more about the world’s greatest paintings, this app is a perfect way to add to your knowledge of art history. Each day, the app provides you with a new masterpiece and tells you all about its creation and the artist behind it.

 

Available on iOS and Android, free

 

Acast (www.acast.com)

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A podcasting platform that can help you improve your skills as you are busy doing other things. Whether you want to find out more about world cuisine, travel spots that you visited, the invisible forces that govern the universe (the Invisabilia podcast is perfect for this), this app will help you. Choose an area you’re passionate about, select the podcast and prepare to learn new things every day.

 

Available on iOS and Android, free

 

Blinkist (www.blinkist.com)

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A great app if you want to know more about your chosen field, but just don’t have the time to read the books about it. The app will provide you with 15-minute audios, condensing the main ideas of a book into a manageable and easily digestible snippet of information, letting you grasp the main points without having to read the full text. Whether you are interested in finance, history, psychology or marketing, this app will provide you with the basics in just 15 minutes of listening.

 

Available on iOS and Android, $4.17/month

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