Schools being shut amongst the outbreak of COVID-19 in many locations around the world. Google Classroom has gone on to secure the top spot as an education app on both Android and iOS. The pandemic has provided the app with a massive boost of more than 50 million downloads recently.
The learning-focused app has now achieved Con the online app portal as students shift to a learning-from-home model. With classes going from in-person to online. This was bound to happen as millions of students across the globe were told to stay away from schools, colleges, and universities.
Google Classroom is completely free for schools, non-profit organizations, or anyone with a personal Google account. This has undoubtedly been a huge bonus for teachers looking to offer easy access to course materials and more. And the added benefit of Google Meet integration makes conference calls with students that bit simpler. This was also the catalyst for a huge surge in downloads in recent months.
Google Classroom On Play Store
A download of 50 million is a huge milestone for an application that Google Classroom has achieved on Playstore. Moving on to Apple, the counts are not available for the Classroom app on iOS, but the app has seen a surge in the downloads there as well.
The educational app by Google has suddenly jumped to the top 5 spots of the Play Store’s education catalog in the United States. That’s not all as the app has gained sudden popularity in a number of other countries such as; Mexico, Canada, Finland, Italy, Indonesia, and Poland.