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10 Apps All E-Learning Professionals Need To Have


In the constantly evolving field of E-Learning, it’s essential to keep up-to-date with all of the latest technologies, to be surrounded by enthusiastic people and keep on top of your task list. To help you stay on top of your game, in no particular order, we’ve compiled a list of apps that will help you stay connected, current and enthusiastic about E-Learning:

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iTunes App Store

MindNode is a brilliant mind-mapping tool that will allow you to record and organise your ideas into an intuitive visual format. As you input information, it will begin to arrange itself so that you can focus on the content instead of the layout. Featured by Apple as an “App Store Best”, it is well worth the price.

For those on an Android device, check out Mindjet.



Free to install, In-App Purchases     

iTunes App Store, Google Play, Windows Store

The GoToMeeting app means that you can attend meetings and connect with your colleagues or clients wherever you are. It is easy, convenient and reliable, with screen-sharing capabilities that enable you to view your colleagues’ presentations and reports.




iTunes App Store, Google Play, Windows Store

Trello is an organisational tool that will allow you to easily manage your to-do list, break down bulky projects into simple steps and most importantly serve as a focal point for organising the division and completion of tasks on a group project.

Trello makes it easy to share pictures and links as well as communicate obstacles and progress between team members. Because everything is instantly synced and saved to the cloud, all of your devices will be kept up to date.


Instruction Design Guru

£1.83 on Google Play, £1.99 on iTunes

iTunes App Store, Google Play

Instructional Design Guru is a reference and performance support app designed by E-Learning Guru Connie Malamad. It is great for both Junior Instructional Designers and for those who have been in the complex and constantly evolving field of Instructional Design for much longer. Connie has defined over 470 terms from the areas of Instructional Design, Cognitive Psychology, Social Media, Multimedia, Technology and Law and shares great tips from her many years of experience.


Reeder 2


iTunes App Store

Reeder 2 is the must-have app for viewing RSS feeds from all of your favourite websites in one place. Reeder 2 is simple and easy to use, making it perfect for RSS newbies and pros alike. For Android users, gReader has been referred to as “Hands down the incomparable king of RSS readers for Android” by AndroidPolice.




iTunes App Store, Google Play

The Learnist app is a lively knowledge network. Learnist enables you to follow experts, tags and topics which interest you, making it perfect for sharing and finding out new information.

Learnist allows you to pose burning questions to specialists and to access and share a range of information related to E-Learning in an interactive multimedia format.




iTunes App Store, Google Play, Windows Store, Blackberry World

Evernote is the ideal app for helping you to remember all of the big and small things from your day to day life. It can store entire webpages, notes, files, images, audio and much more so that it can be accessed by you whenever and wherever you need it.




iTunes App Store, Google Play, Windows Store

The TED app delivers over 1700 talks and videos recorded at TED conferences worldwide. These talks feature some of the most innovative movers and shakers in the fields of Technology, Entertainment and Design.

The TED app presents a great opportunity to tap into the knowledge of some of the world’s most brilliant thinkers. The ‘My Talks’ section will allow you to download talks so you can tap into informal learning and new ideas even when you have no connection to the internet. As a learning and development professional, If you’re not learning yourself, then you’ve missed the point.



iTunes App Store, Google Play is a handy content curation tool that will enable you to keep up to date with industry trends and insights. With this app, you can select, edit and publish content curated from suggested posts, other curators and from all over the web. You can then share interesting content on a variety of social media platforms.



Fruit Ninja


iTunes App Store, Google Play

There are few better ways to wind down after a day of hard work than to slice some virtual fruit with a ninja sword. You deserve to have some fun!

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2 Responses

  1. Trello, Evernote, TED,
    Trello, Evernote, TED, Aptoide, GotoMeeting, Mobdro, VidMate and are the apps I regularly use. The other apps seem to be useful so I will try them as well. Surprised to see Fruit Ninja in the list seem like it has been working effectively as stress buster as well. In all this article is very informative. Thanks a lot for sharing.

  2. One of my favorite apps is
    One of my favorite apps is ROBLOX, WordPress, and moodle. I really like them as an interface and everything is great, I learned many things. My profession is an Android software engineer and game developer and I found everything Which I need in these apps. I like your article too.

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