A colorful, simple interface sets the stage for the most approachable learn-to-code app we’ve tried. Conversational text breaks down information to help you understand concepts (not just memorize actions).
Learn over 30 languages (including dialects) with easy-on-the-eyes Drops. You’ll explore a broad range of topics – from pets to pastries – through image-based exercises. The playful approach and lovely, minimalist design keeps us coming back for our daily dose of vocabulary.
Skeptic Dan Harris leads meditations and lessons alongside renowned meditation teachers. We appreciate the emphasis on science, refreshing tone, and relatable topics (think “Proof That You Don’t Suck at Meditation” and “Loving-kindness for A-Holes”).
This circuit-style fitness app caught our attention with its slick design and real-person, mixed gender tutorials (video and narration). We appreciate the range of workout plans – both focus and intensity – and library of exercises with step-by-step instructions.
Learn something new with true masters of their crafts – from cooking with Gordon Ramsay to photography with Annie Leibowitz and basketball with Steph Curry. Well-produced, downloadable video courses are complemented by a workbook with lesson reviews, resources, and assignments.