Video classes on the most varied topics can be found in applications for Android and iPhone (iOS). The tools help users to study in a simple way with free video courses recorded by teachers and distributed on digital platforms. Among the options for watching video lessons on cell phones are apps like Khan Academy, Stoodi, Me Salva! and the popular YouTube.
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Much of the video is free, but some applications may offer extra features by paying subscriptions or packages. The contents are usually divided by the user's level of education, with options for elementary school, high school or students who are preparing for Enem or competitions. You can find video lessons in Portuguese, English, math and writing, for example. Check out options for studying by cell phone in the list below.
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Khan Academy is an application available for Android and iPhone (iOS) that has more than 5,000 video lessons in mathematics, science, art and other topics. Video courses usually last between two and 10 minutes and are accompanied by extra resources, such as exercises and texts, which are also available free of charge. The app works like a game, adding points and medals as users complete online classes.
You can download the video lessons to watch when there is no Internet connection. The user's progress can be saved through a free registration, and the "Challenges" feature allows the resumption of the knowledge studied with the review through questions. The service also has a web version and a kids edition, with books and educational games for children, accessed by a separate app.
Khan Academy brings more than 5,000 video lessons in mathematics, science and other subjects Photo: Reproduo / Graziela Silva
Cursa is an Android app that has a variety of free video lessons and acts as a learning organizer, bringing together various content on a single platform. The application, however, is not limited to helping in traditional disciplines, as it also teaches skills such as singing, computers and social media. The video classes are divided into categories that include vocational courses, preparatory courses for competitions, management and business, among other possibilities.
Cursa allows you to watch video classes online and issue a certificate Photo: Reproduo / Graziela Silva
The platform also has a web version, and allows you to register for free to record your learning progress. The video lessons are updated weekly and suggestions for courses can be sent to the user's email. After online classes, the app issues a certificate of completion of the course.
Geekie Games is an Android application that works like a game. The contents are divided into phases, and the user will only be able to access the next step after completing the previous subject. The main purpose of the app is to use video lessons to study for Enem and other entrance exams. The tool also has simulations, summaries and questions to help in the learning process.
The application is free to test for five days, but its prolonged use requires the subscription of a subscription. Access through an email and password register. The tool has a part dedicated to diagnosing knowledge on specific topics, allowing the student to know how to plan studies according to their weaknesses.
Geekie Games works as a game to test knowledge Photo: Reproduo / Graziela Silva
Stoodi is an app for Android and iPhone (iOS) that brings more than 5,000 video lessons to help students study for Enem. Classes are separated into the categories of subjects charged for the exam, and also offer simulations and texts to test the users' knowledge.
Stoodi allows you to watch video lessons and study for Enem Photo: Reproduo / Graziela Silva
The app shows the time needed to complete each lesson before the study starts. It is possible to register using an email address or Facebook account. Users who want unlimited access and the possibility to download video lessons can subscribe for R $ 89.90 per month. The paid plan also offers a performance analysis.
Save Me! the application for Android and iPhone (iOS) of the course of the same name. The platform brings 3,000 video classes and one of its objectives is to help students prepare for Enem. There are only a thousand content modules, and the user can also study with the help of exercises and classes in texts. Not all features are offered in the free plan, and a subscription of R $ 49.90 per month may be required to access some features.
The app also has video special classes focused on the selective process of graduations with fierce competition, such as Medicine and Engineering. Like Stoodi, Save Me! you also have a stopwatch to calculate the time needed to finish your studies. In addition, the app has tabs to record the user's progress and download favorite classes, which can be accessed offline.
Save me! brings video lessons on various topics to help with Enem Photo: Reproduo / Graziela Silva
YouTube, the world's largest video sharing platform, can also help anyone who wants to study with the help of digital tools. The app for Android and iPhone (iOS) allows you to access numerous video lessons in a free way, with subjects ranging from teaching to children to complex content at the higher level.
YouTube brings channels with numerous video lessons for the contest and other topics Photo: Reproduo / Graziela Silva
It is not necessary to login to use the platform, but the registration allows you to register the history of watched videos and access other resources. In addition, YouTube has channels dedicated to broadcasting free video lessons, some live, which allow students to interact to ask questions and ask for explanations.
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