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20 new education products for tech-savvy students

There are a pantload of new education products that hit the market just about every day. It’s hard to keep track of them all. Luckily, the increasingly popular site Product Hunt has endeavored to create a community of members that keeps track of new products, how you can use them, and more.

There is a new collection of products that I wanted to clue you in on. It’s a little more than 20 new education products that are great for tech-savvy students. I say ‘tech-savvy’ because a lot of these apps, web tools, and other software are geared toward students with an understanding of coding or other technical skill.

In other words, this list of products is great for students who are looking to take their digital skills to the next level.

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These are the products listed in just the ‘Apps For Students’ collection here. This list is going to be updated on a regular basis but I think the products listed are quite useful and wanted to highlight them for the wonderful Daily Genius community!

What edtech tools, student apps, and coding tools would you add to this collection of education products? There are so many out there so it’d be interesting to know which ones you think deserve to be on this list.

A quick note: the Product Hunt community is not comprised of primarily educators. It has a lot of technically-skilled professionals like web developers, marketers, and others. So that explains why there is a focus on less education-focused tools. Just a heads up!

20 New Education Products For Tech-Savvy Students

Another interesting sidenote: some of these tools are for ‘homework help’ but – honestly – they look like services that help offer shortcuts for students. Texting or sending a picture of your homework to a service that solves it for you? Seems lazy. But it’s worth knowing about if it’s what students are using when they take work home to figure out themselves. Just another reason to try the flipped classroom model, I think.

  1. Code4Startup – Great for student startups! Figure out how to code by cloning real-life startup websites
  2. Hackr – Use Product Hunt? This is that type of site for programming tutorials
  3. Swifty – Learn to code in Swift on iPhone & iPad
  4. DataQuest Beta – This is an online learning area for Data Science
  5. Data Monkey – Codeacademy for data
  6. Thinkful – Learn to code with a mentor.
  7. Campus Job – Find students to hire as your Campus Reps effortlessly
  8. Night Owl – We’ll solve your homework problems. Text (831) 291-3236.
  9. Studypool – A marketplace for on-demand tutoring
  10. Photomath – Solve Math equations by using your mobile in real time
  11. Snapsolve – Take a photo of your homework & get help from a tutor
  12. ClusterFlunk – Share notes & discuss with classmates
  13. Knote – Learn and study smarter through intelligent text-processing
  14. Brainly – Social homework help. Doing homework together!
  15. CodeCombat – Learn to Code JavaScript by Playing a Game
  16. Dash – Learn to make awesome websites
  17. GotIt! – On-demand tutoring and study support
  18. Sesh Tutoring – Connects college students with peer tutors.
  19. Cambly – Private language tutors on demand.
  20. Trusper – Share and discover tips, tutorials and how-to guides

What other education services or products would you add to this list? Most of these offerings are quite new so hopefully you haven’t heard of ALL of them. Add your favorites by leaving a comment or getting in touch with @DailyGenius on Twitter sometime. We’ll be on the lookout!

Jeff is an education and technology lover who has worked in far too many industries to count. Okay, like maybe 5 or 6. Jeff can indeed count that high but it's not recommended. Jeff also likes to write bios in the third-person.

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