Google Apps for Education tallies more than 40 million pupils and students, educators and school mangers as subscribers, according to company’s own estimates. The feature will let pupils and educators stay keep up the peace, digitally. Homework, future work due dates, and task collection are all piece of the application’s options list. The application is free for all subscribers to Google Apps for Education.
The app is a feature of Google Classroom, which was launched formally last year. The mobile service hosts all of Google Classroom options but wrapped into a smaller design.The whole concept is to cover the gap between students and teachers when it comes to tech innovations and to ease both the communication and the educational process. Google Classroom can be flawlessly combined with other cloud based services offered by the tech developer, such as Drive which would enable a paperless teaching and learning experience.
Google Classroom for Android additionally permits educators to post announcements and track pupils’ advancements with the lesson plan in real time. Students can follow what’s expected on their projects page, and ‘hand in’ their tasks electronically. Students can likewise attach files (i.e. PDF) and utilize the cell phone’s cam to add photographs to their homework, whether they are drawings for a crafts class, a family tree for social studies, or charts for science tests.
Google Classroom is adjusting into shape pleasantly. Between Chromebooks in the classroom and now a well put- together Android application, Google might simply be pushing Apple out of the classroom.
A late report on the development of application stores was discharged by Appfigures. The figures of 2014 were investigated and examined to determine which among the application stores developed more apps. The Amazon Appstore, Google Play Store, and the iOS App Store were ranked the the main three app stores.
Obviously, the greatest store is for the Android apps. Since there are more Android gadgets than iPhones and iPads, it is clear that the Google Play Store offers more. Google finished 2014 with more than 1.43 million applications while Apple with only 1.21 million.
Image Source:Getting Smart