6 Best Learning Apps for Creative and Career Growth

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6 Best Learning Apps for Creative and Career Growth
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Do you want to improve your marketing skills or try your hand at animation? Have you ever wanted to learn Mandarin or Python? You can accomplish it all with the best online learning apps whenever and wherever you choose.

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1. Coursera

Key features

  • Take university and college courses from respected institutions, no admissions are required
  • Dig deep into a subject with “Specializations,” such as Wharton’s six-course Business Foundations
  • Earn Specialization and course certificates… or even an accredited online master’s degree
Coursera app Interface
Coursera app Interface (Image credit: Google Play)

Coursera has a lot to offer, and you can usually do it for free by “auditing” a class or watching lectures without enrolling. Free offerings, on the other hand, can be buried; the option to acquire certificates through self-paced Specialization bundles with a range of monthly costs is considerably more obvious.
Availability — Android, iOS

2. Mimo: Learn coding in HTML, JavaScript, Python

Key features

  • Mimo makes coding truly accessible, with bite-size lessons designed for mobile and plain-English explanations
  • Choose from practical learning tracks like “Make a Game,” “Developer Essentials,” “Ruby,” and “Cybersecurity”
  • Frequent quizzes test your understanding of new concepts, so you’ll advance only when you’re ready
Mimo app Interface
Mimo app Interface (Image credit: Google Play)

The most friendly learn-to-code tool we’ve encountered starts with a delightfully bright, straightforward design. The content is written in a conversational style to help you understand the principles (not just memorize actions). While some courses are free, most need a subscription or the creation of projects from the beginning. Keep in mind that some questions have more than one answer!
Availability — Android, iOS

3. Skillshare – Creative Classes

Key features

  • Creatives and freelancers will love Skillshare’s well-produced classes, taught by a wide range of professionals
  • Interact with the teacher (and other students) in the discussion section
  • View saved classes, your class history, and downloads (a Premium feature) in “My Classes”
Skillshare app Interface
Skillshare app Interface (Image credit: Google Play)

Are you looking to take up a new activity, improve your business capabilities, or learn more about mindful awareness? With a Skillshare subscription, you can learn everything from machine learning to flower arranging and mind mapping. Filtering options are only available for “most popular” lists, but browsing skills – or following your favorite professors – is a simple way to find courses.
Availability — Android, iOS

4. LinkedIn Learning: Online Courses to Learn Skills

Key features

  • Expand or deepen your professional skillset through comprehensive tech, creative, and business courses
  • Explore the entire library of courses with a free 30-day trial
  • Get course recommendations informed by your interests and your LinkedIn profile, or even assigned by your manager
LinkedIn Learning app Interface
LinkedIn Learning app Interface (Image credit: Google Play)

With brief videos and exercise files, you can learn whenever you choose – even when you’re not connected to the internet. Videos produced in-house are consistently good quality if a little dry at times. A monthly subscription gets you access to all courses (including those on LinkedIn’s Lynda.com) as well as a LinkedIn Premium subscription.
Availability — Android, iOS

5. Udemy – Online Courses

Key features

  • Choose from over 130,000 courses – from digital marketing and investing to the freestyle rap class you never knew you needed
  • Pay per course and enjoy lifetime access to any class you buy
  • With frequent sales, you’ll always find affordable options – plus all courses include a 30-day money-back guarantee
Udemy app Interface
Udemy app Interface (Image credit: Google Play)

Udemy allows anyone to teach, so you may discover courses on practically any subject. It also means that the homepage might be confusing, and there is no consistent quality standard (which varies widely). Free sample videos and a variety of course reviews, on the other hand, should guide you in the proper route.
Availability — Android, iOS

6. edX: Online Courses by Harvard, MIT, IIT, IIMB

edX app Interface
edX app Interface (Image credit: Google Play)

Make edX your online learning environment. With certificate programs and online courses from top universities in the fastest-growing fields, you can learn and master the most in-demand skills to advance your career: computer science and programming, web development, data science, engineering, business, management, marketing, finance, accounting, math, design, cybersecurity, power bi, software engineering, and more. edX offers a wide range of courses, from data science to computer programming.
Availability — Android, iOS

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