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Technology is showing its advancements in the education sector. Traditional teaching methods where teachers used blackboards or whiteboards to teach are on a verge of extinction. Teachers use digital learning tools like projectors in the classrooms to teach students. In the wake of the pandemic, mobile apps became a standard digital tool for education because of their convenient nature. The apple app store had 470 million worldwide, and the google play store had 466 million downloads of educational apps (Statista). Mobile apps are playing the role of tutors for students, and education app development companies are exploring endless opportunities to provide the best experience to the students. Check out the stats on benefits provided by E-learning mobile apps to the students (Statista 43% of the college students found that digital learning is helpful for them 36% of the US college students enjoyed organizing their schedules through digital tools 81% of the students in US colleges believed that digital learning is boosting their grades extremely 60% of the students in Computer science learn from digital tools On-Demand Tutor apps- a new trend in the E-learning industry It is no doubt true that digital learning in mobile apps is setting new opportunities for entrepreneurs ready to deploy powerful apps rich in features for students and teachers. While exploring the ideas, online tutor app development is one of the trending and profit selling ideas. But, entrepreneurs with nontechnical backgrounds are stuck on the features to embed that can push their mobile app to the top of the E-learning market. Before moving to an educational app development company, understand the below features and their importance. 5 key features to embed The article will provide essential and trending features that Entrepreneurs must add to their online-Tutor apps to suppress the competition. 1. Convenient and Flawless signup/login The log-in or registration page is the first thing that users encounter when they open the app for the first time. You must ensure that they have a smooth and easy registration and login process. A glitchy experience increases app bounce rates, and users will be more likely to move toward your competitors. The users do not entertain complexity in passwords and personal details, so ensure that you provide a fast registration process. For the quickest login and registration, integrate the google or Facebook sign process. 2. AI rich searches Every user searches their queries with different keywords. You have to make a rich AI app so that your app fetches accurate results for the user’s queries. It is an excellent idea to provide filters in the app to simplify the search process for the users and deliver them a refined list of learning material. 3. Gamification of assessments Online tutor app development is a trending phrase because entrepreneurs want to provide a personal tutor to the student. The apps conduct tests for the students, but a simple MCQ test showing the results at the end is not an attractive trait of an industry-leading education app. To make the assessments engaging, you have to implement gamification for the evaluations. Integrate leader boards for the top students in class and provide rewards for the intelligent students. Also Read: https://www.vingle.net/posts/3787348 4. Offline access to the course materials Everything is online, but not everyone has a fast internet to surf the content at high speed. To cope with the issue, you have to provide the option of "Offline Access" so that students can download the course content and watch it on-demand anywhere they want. Notes are also an essential component for students, and ensure that you provide flexibility to the students to download the notes in different formats like pdf, doc, or txt. 5. Save the state of resources efficiently When we watch a video, we want that the video must resume from where we left off no matter how long we have been away from the video. The same happens with the on-demand tutor app because students do not want to miss out on the time stamps from where they left their content. The learner must get the same section, same video, and the same timestamp. Hence, ensure that you save the complete state of users' sessions to save their time and resources in getting back to where they left. Final verdict On-demand tutor apps are top-rated among students. From primary to postgraduates, the majority of the students use smartphones for their day-to-day activities, be it learning or entertaining. If you are an entrepreneur, you must ensure that you embed the above-provided features to ensure the success of your Online Tutor app development project. Once you understand the above features well, you can quickly contact an educational app development company and kickstart your on-demand tutor app development.
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