The thirst for knowledge is one of the things that most people have in common. Whether you like to learn about the origins of the cosmos through reading or how to start new hobbies through watching a video, these apps can cater to your needs. Here are 5 best knowledge apps for Android that will help you boost your knowledge and learn new things.
5 Best Knowledge Apps for Android
As the developers state, Medium is for “people who are genuinely curious about the world”. Your homepage is curated according to your interests, presenting you with articles from categories that you chose. Moreover, the site’s editors collect the best articles and package them nicely for you to binge read it.
Medium has also an audio section where you can actually listen to the blog posts instead of reading them. Finally, Medium gives you the ability to write your own articles, share your ideas and inspire others.
If you are all about science and breakthroughs that are currently happening then this app is for you. Futurism with its simple minimal design can be seen as simply a home-screen full of scientific breakthroughs and interesting tech stories. Bookmark and share articles or videos with your friends from a wide variety of categories, such as Energy, AI and more.
Download Futurism and give it a try.
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The title of this app says it all. Curiosity has probably one of the best UI designs for an app of its kind. It can also notify you about its best articles either with a push notification, an email or both. Save articles or videos, discover new stories and expand your horizons.
Give curiosity a try and I’m sure that you’ll love it.
Quora is my go-to application for sharing stories with the world and expanding my knowledge. It works in a unique way, in the sense that people like you are the ones asking the questions and people like you are also the ones that give the answers. Your homepage is full of questions tailored to your needs and the Daily Digest feature provides you with the coolest stories to read.
As with Medium, in Quora everyone can be a ‘writer’, answering questions and sharing knowledge. You may even find me sometimes giving answers to tech-related questions.
Download Quora using the app box below.
You’ve all probably come across a Ted talk or two during your browsing time on YouTube. ‘Ideas worth sharing’ is TED’s slogan and the app surely makes it justice. You can browse over 3000 inspiring speeches and talks watch the ones you like and download them as well for later viewing.
The app also features a podcast section that offers podcasts presented by TED-related producers.
Hopefully, these apps will help you broaden your knowledge, inspire you to change yourself and in turn the world. In case we missed anything, leave your comment below.