If you have a penchant for learning at home or on the move, 2012 saw a slew of handy apps that could help you in your endeavors. Indeed, The Next Web covered thousands of apps throughout this year, from nifty new browser extensions, to the latest game-changing Android and iOS apps, so we sifted through the archives and pulled out some of best educational apps of 2012…just for you. Don’t miss our other 2012 lists for more great recommendations. IBM Think: IBM Think is an iPad and Android tablet app that charts the evolution of technology. It’s actually the Think pop-up exhibit held at New York City’s Lincoln Center in 2011, reimagined in app form. Indeed, this exhibit was also recently installed in the Museum of Modern Art’s (MOMA) permanent collection too.
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