Everyone has a different idea of the things that would make them ‘better’. Is yours to be healthier? Or to learn a new skill? What about being more knowledgeable or improving your mental wellbeing? Whatever your goals, here are 5 of the best self-improvement apps to help you reach them.
Many of us would like to be able to speak another language, but rarely get the time to practice and reinforce what we’ve learned. Drops uses stylish design, mini-games and short lessons to help you learn new words in foreign languages in a fun, simple way. However, it doesn’t teach users the grammar of a language. It’s more about expanding your knowledge of a language rather than learning a new one from scratch. Despite this, the app is very useful for learning new words and remembering the vocabulary of languages you don’t use daily.