Do you consider yourself a hobbyist? Are you constantly on the lookout for ways to feed your hobby and passion and help take it to the next level? Hobbies can be a fabulous way for people to relax, unwind, and even learn and better themselves, so why not encourage this passion? We’ve scoured through all kinds of apps to find some standout offerings that are perfect for those who consider themselves hobbyists. So, here are some well worth looking into.
If you happen to be an electronic engineer student, or just someone with an interest in the field of electronic engineering, the Every Circuit app is a must-have. The focus of this app is to explain how you can design electronic circuits, and then give you an in-depth look at how they work. The whole idea is that you can take this information and create your own products using such tools as the BOM search tool, which will help you find the specific parts you are after for your project.
Depending on how far you want to take your hobby and your projects, the Every Circuit app has a basic free version, then a pro version that you'll need to pay for.
Here's your chance to pick up a whole new skill with the MasterClass: Learn from the Best app. This one is available for Android and Apple devices and features the world's best of the best. The idea is that you can learn all kinds of skills from instructors based all around the world. And it's not just skills; they also share their life lessons, personal stories, and advice. Some of the categories include food, writing, art, business, music, and sports.
The lessons are short and to the point so that you don't have to invest a huge amount of time at once. You'll find that there are a variety of hands-on demonstrations, visuals, and story-telling, so it appeals to all types of learning styles.
If you're the type that enjoys traveling as a hobby, why not learn a new language or two so that you can better communicate while on vacation? The Duolingo app is extremely popular for anyone that wants a simple, user-friendly, and engaging way to pick up a new language. It features 27 different languages, as well as some popular fictional languages that include High Valyrian (Game of Thrones), and Klingon (Star Trek).
What makes this app so popular with hobbyists is the fact that it is presented in a way that makes learning feel like a video game. This can help garner better results for people since it feels like you’re just having fun.
Each of these apps is sure to appeal to the hobbyist side of your personality and keep you happy, entertained, and busy.
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