Back in the day, the only way for kids to get help with homework was with a parent, guardian, or sibling. And while this was well and good for elementary school, middle school and especially high school aged kids had to hope the person helping had the knowledge in all subjects for that assistance.
But now, children of all ages can receive the help they need with their computer or mobile device. There’s nothing wrong with apps that explain concepts to kids in a way for them to not just complete their homework but understand what they’re learning too.
If you have a child in your life that could use a little help with their assignments this school year, this list is for you. These are some of the best iPhone and iPad apps to help kids with homework.
Being a student is tough at any age. You have a lot to keep track of and tons to do. This is when a student planner can come in super handy. Track classes, assignments, exams, schedules, and more, all in one spot.
These are some of the best student planners for iPhone to keep you organized on-the-go.
With the introduction of the iPad Pro and the subsequent unveiling of iOS 11, Apple has continually asserted that the iPad is the future of computing.
It has been a slow process getting to where we are now, but due to a few key developments, I chose this past summer to switch from my seasoned 13-inch MacBook Air to the new 12.9-inch iPad Pro for the bulk of my college computing needs.
I have done my best to optimize my workflow to fit this new mode of computing, and I am here today to let you know how this has worked out.
The iPad Pro and its second generation have made Apple’s tablets more powerful than they have ever been in the history of iOS. With the release of iOS 11, the iPad is more capable than ever to serve as a primary computing device for many people.
College students are some of the best suited primary iPad Pro users, and the following are some of the best apps to help those students flourish in college with Apple’s most powerful tablet.