We all enjoy apps that help us in our everyday life.
We found a handful that you might be interested in adding to your collection.
Be sure to check these out!
TED: Looking for a place to learn, grow, or challenge yourself? The TED app provides access to videos that can be sorted by length, language, or any number of topics such art, personal growth, technology, and more. Available for Apple and Android.
Kahoot!: Make learning and reviewing fun with this game based education app. Users can create, share, and play games and trivia quizzes. Available for Apple and Android.
Concepts: This digital sketchbook allows you to unleash your creativity by using brushes, layers, and an infinite canvas to draw and take notes that are on the next level. Available for Apple and Android.
Substack Reader: This app is the perfect way to keep up with Substack newsletters in one dedicated space. Users can catch up on their current article subscriptions, find new authors, and even enjoy podcasts or videos. Available for Apple and Android.
Capcut: Take video editing to the next level with this easy to use all-in-one app. Users can compile clips into a larger video, add stickers and filters, and set the mood with background music. Available for Apple and Android.
Originally posted in the Freeman/Lozier Library’s quarterly newsletter, More Than Books, V. 26 No. 2, Spring 2023.