The pursuit of learning is a life-long journey.
If you want to thrive in today’s fast-changing society you need to be able to hack your learning and memory skills. We are in the age of information and digitalization where trends, behaviors, and technologies change at high speed.
Self-education has never been more important for succeeding in life. To be ahead of the curve and achieve the goals you need to take learning seriously. It doesn’t matter how old — or young for that matter — you are or how little spare time. The pursuit of learning is a life-long journey.
Committing to learning doesn’t mean you have to enroll in the university again — I’m not saying you shouldn’t either. Committing to learning means that you take and seize every opportunity to learn new things and novel skills. This means that even those 15 spare minutes you have while commuting from your home to the office are an opportunity to learn something new.
If you are eager to learn something new to improve yourself but don’t know exactly where to start, then you might find this post useful.
I’m going to go through the best free self-learning apps that will encourage you to improve and learn new skills every day.
Here we go.
Your second memory. Pocket is an app to bookmark and save every type of digital content to access it later, from articles to tweets to videos. Everything. Pocket is available for both iOs and Android devices and desktops and compatible with almost every platform: Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Kobo, Opera, and Windows. It also integrates with more than 1500 applications, like twitter or Flipboard.
With a free account, you can save all the content you want to access it later, without any storage limitation. Then with a premium account at less than 5 USD per month, you can also create your own permanent library (your content doesn’t get lost even if the page or web host is no longer available), highlight important content, organize your content with smart tags and search all your content through keywords.