Monday, 16 January 2017

SPONSORED: Listening and Learning with Audiopi

I was recently presented with the opportunity to get free access to Audiopi with Bloggers Lounge. This is a sponsored post and whilst this product was given to me for free being given this does not in any way change my opinions or influence me in anyway. For more information on my policy click here.


For those who don't know Audiopi is an educational tool that uses series of audio podcasts/tutorials to teach you your syllabus. They do both GCSE and A Level study guides and honestly the idea sounds like a hell of a no brainer. I love podcasts (You Must Remember This is my current fave) and with kids all having Iphones, tablets etc this would be an easy way to learn.

So I decided to give it a go by choosing one of my favourite books to learn about. That book was Robert Louis Stevenson's Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde. I gave the series a quick listen and honestly it was really interesting hearing all the information and the vast amount of historical notes they gave.

Quality wise the presenters are easy to understand and actually sound like they are enjoying themselves which is always a plus. It doesn't feel like they are just reading from spark notes either and everything is easy to understand. The episodes are about 8 minutes each which means you could listen to either a few at a time or just one depending on how much free time you have.

Overall I really like the idea and execution of Audiopi it's a fun way of learning and stuff and more portable that 60 textbooks! Also it gave me a reason to re-read one of my faviorite books so it's a win-win!





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