These apps are highly recommended for educators/parents/students or anyone who wants to improve on English and enjoy literature works.
Word of the day is an excellent thesaurus app which teaches us a new vocabulary daily and make us more eloquent in English language over time. A single word can have different meanings and with one click on the word, you can get the meanings with pronunciations.
Grammarly scans any online text for all types of mistakes, from typos, grammar, spelling, punctuation to sentence structure problems and beyond. It is a fantastic tool for anyone who wants your writing to be more precise and effective.
Poemhunter app is an excellent poetry library with over 1.4 million poems including poems by Maya Angelou, Roberts Frost, William Shakespeare, Emily Dickinson, Pablo Neruda, Edgar Allan Poe, Walt Whitman, William Wordsworth, John Keats, Langston Hughes, Khalil Gibran, T. S. Eliot and amatuer poets.
Learn any langauge in a fun way on Duolingo. A study has shown that 34 hours of Duolingo are equal to 1 university semester of language courses. You can also certify your English proficiency without the need to travel.
Practice writing diary with WriteDiary. It makes writing really fun with all the fancy features such as emojis and colours.