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2020 has been a challenging year for everyone, but it also proved that we all could adapt to inevitable changes. For many businesses, it was a giant switch into the online world. But not for Explain Everything

We have been working as the leader in online and tech education for the past 10 years. With over 6+ million users, teachers and students we help run an effective learning process using an online whiteboard. During the pandemic, Explain Everything Whiteboard helped 1.3 million teachers run online classes. Many of these were made possible because we provided free access to our whiteboard. 

We’re more than happy to announce that our hard work, persistence, and unstoppable effort paid off…

Explain Everything is proud to receive the exclusive App Store Trend of the Year Award – Leading the Classroom in 2020.

I am beyond grateful to be part of this success and would like to say thank you to the whole team. It is an honor being able to help others, especially in these stressful times. We aim to do even more in terms of online education. Fingers crossed and stay tuned. ❤️

“From Shine launching a section specifically dedicated to the intersectionality of mental health and Black lives to the Explain Everything Whiteboard, which saw teachers and students meet in a virtual classroom, 2020’s best apps were targeted towards helping all of us get through the pandemic as seamlessly as possible.”

Nick Hall for Man of Many

“Explain Everything Whiteboard offered a cloud-based collaboration tool so groups of students could continue to work on projects together, even remotely. “

Source: Apple Newsroom

“There’s nothing quite like a whiteboard for brainstorming and collaboration. But in a time where we can’t just grab a marker and add notes, Explain Everything Whiteboard offers a digital way to map out complex ideas, from creating animations to collaborating with others around the globe. And if you want to share your thoughts with a larger audience, you can embed your whiteboard into dozens of applications and websites.”

Steven Winkelman for PC Mag

“It is a whiteboarding app that opens up an infinite canvas for learners and creators to brainstorm complex ideas and share feedback. The app enhances remote collaboration through interactive tools and has helped teachers navigate socially distanced and hybrid learning during the pandemic.”

Mathures Paul for Telegraph India

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