While dealing with the generation born with a phone in their hands, parents to this generation Z are constantly monitoring the screen time spend on mobile devices for their technology teenagers. But there are certain apps which are essential and have won hearts, purely for the advantages and ease of convenience they offer. Here’s listing the top 5 apps that are not counted under the ‘screen time’ category and parents love these apps for their children as much:
1. Toppr for learning: Toppr is India’s leading after-school learning app and also one of the most preferred adaptive learning apps among students & parents. It caters to the individual learning styles of candidates and provides the widest K12 syllabus coverage with 1.5 million course combinations. It currently has over 8.5 million students on its platform and helps them prepare for various school, board, and competitive exams. It uses natural language processing to solve student doubts instantly. It also uses artificial intelligence, machine learning, and big data to study student behavior and create adaptive learning paths with infinite combinations. The app ensures that every student has a unique and personalised learning experience.
2. Uber for safe rides: For safe transportation, Uber is one of the preferred car app It is a carpooling service that allows commuters to share their ride with neighbours and colleagues while getting reimbursed for their costs. For people driving to work, you can cover your costs on your everyday commute and connect with people heading the same way. And for those looking for a more convenient way to get into work, every ride you request and share with a local commuter allows you to enjoy a more comfortable commute at a low cost. By making it easier and more convenient for people going in the same direction at the same time to share the journey, as well as the cost of the ride, Commute can improve everyone's daily trek to and from work.
3. Google Maps for directions: To ensure the kids reach the right destination, given the complicated route and lack of road directions among students, parents vouch on Google Maps. It is a web mapping service developed by Google. It offers satellite imagery, aerial photography, street maps, 360° panoramic views of streets, real-time traffic conditions, and route planning for traveling by foot, car, bicycle and air, or public transportation.
4. Kindle for books: To sustain the reading habit of the kids, Kindle is the most preferred platform for the students. It puts over 1.5 million books at your fingertips. It’s the app for every reader, whether you’re a book reader, magazine reader, or newspaper reader — and you don’t need to own a Kindle to use it. Choose from over a million Kindle books from the Kindle Store or enjoy popular magazines and newspapers, such as The Economist, The Spectator, The Guardian and The Daily Mail, with high-resolution colour images.
5. Oxford Dictionary for word meanings: To ensure good vocabulary of the kids, Oxford Dictionary is widely accepted among the parents and also accepted as one of the highest authorities in the study and reference of English language globally, with more than 150 years of research behind it. Regarded as one of the flagship products in Oxford University Press catalog of dictionaries, it features advanced search and learning tools designed by a vastly experienced developer....