Education is one of the most important needs of a nation. It is the platform where new leaders and new flagship nation bearers are bred and trained to take the reins of power to be handed down to them. It is therefore a thing that can not be written home about when a country performs so poorly in education, such as the poor ranking scores obtained by South Africa in the recently held World Economic Forum (as given by the WEF’s Global Competitive Report 2015)
With this type of educational problem persistent in other parts of Africa too, we have an innovation called Brainly to the rescue. Brainly gives students an escape route to an hard question given as assignment. The platform offers so much more than this, some of which includes allowing students simply go to the platform to study a material, ask questions and receive answers and also, brainstorm.
Brainly has been announced in both of Nigeria and South Africa this week. This announcement would see the application merged with older versions that had previously been available.
The CEO of Brainly, has said “The new app focuses on knowledge exploration by making it fast and easy for students to find the information they need”. He continued, saying “Thanks to the new search system, students will be able to research topics from any subject while getting ready for tests, essays and class projects. With all topics and subjects in one app, gathering necessary information is now easier than ever.”