Students can use knudge.me to improve English skills

Knudge.me is an Android and iOS app to be used to improve English skills through mini lessons and games. As Android apps come to Chromebooks, apps like Knudge.me can be used in the classroom. Once launched, the Knudge.me app will ask the student to sign up or log in. They can use a Google login, which makes the app really easy […]

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Android Apps for Teachers and Students

We have been receiving several requests from some of our readers asking for educational apps to use on Android devices.  The chart below is a good place to start with. This is a work we have published in the past and features a number of curated educational Android apps to use in your instruction. The […]

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More Chromebooks support Android and Google Play

Liliputing is reporting that several more models of Chromebooks now support Android. These Chromebooks are the Acer Chromebook 14, Acer Chromebook 15, Samsung Chromebook 3, and Toshiba Chromebook 2 (2015). The downside is that while the first three models (the Asus Flip, Acer R11, and Pixel 2) can now run Android running the stable version of […]

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Three months with the Asus Flip

For the past three months I’ve been using the Asus Flip Chromebook as my main mobile device, and you know what? It works pretty well. I bought the Flip on a whim back in May when Google announced that Android apps were coming to Chrome OS. Since then, Google has released Android apps on a […]

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Google adds Android support to two more Chromebooks

Google recently added Google Play support to two more Chromebooks in Chrome OS’s developer channel. That means you can now run Android apps on three separate Chromebooks. The two new Chromebooks include the Acer Chromebook R 11 C738T, and Google’s own Chromebook Pixel, although in the 2015 version only. Source: Early Android app support rolls out to […]

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