What are the best apps for students?
There is a reason that Evernote has won multiple awards before, it can be used for just about anything. You can have the app remember important information, keep notes, take photos, and record videos. The fact that you can synchronize up the information to an online account means that as a student you never have to be anywhere without those important notes for the midterm.
It is also possible to scan existing pictures for text, geo location, and Twitter integration makes it all the more useful.
As a student, one of the hardest things to do is remain organized. That is why this app is going to help you do just that. It helps you keep track of tasks, lab schedules, lectures, and much more necessary information. It can also help you easily manage projects and homework.
It has the option to give you color-coded class schedules which means that it makes it even easier to find the class or information that you are looking for. Staying on track means that it becomes easier to figure out what you need to have done on a specific day.
No, this app does not scan whether you are a genius or not (but to anyone who is good at creating apps, that might be a great idea) it simply helps you scan a document with your phone and transforms it into a PDF that you can read later without needing the actual document. The fact that it is available completely free means it is even more highly recommended. How many times have students been told that they cannot check out a massive reference book?
Now they can simply copy the page that they need to take with them and not worry about taking all the information down by hand.
One of the most problematic areas for most students is algebra formulas and algebra problems. If you are having trouble with algebra or simply need a refresher, this is the perfect app for that.
The fact that it works on numerous degrees of difficulty makes it a must-have.
Mental Case Flashcards
One of the greatest ways to study is by using flashcards. Even though it may not necessarily remain in the back of our heads forever, it is a great way to test whether or not the knowledge is sticking around. However, one of the least favorite things for students to do is sit down and create those flashcards by hand.
With this app, you can make flashcards on almost any subject whether it is history, anatomy, Spanish vocabulary, or something else.
Another organizational app that can help any student with projects and assignments. It has a deadline reminder (which is good for anyone who needs help keeping track of things), scheduling tools, and calendar display. Best of all? It is available free of cost.
If you need to refer to the periodic table for electronic configuration, atomic radius, or atomic weights, it is easier to have an app on your phone than it is to have a book with you. It is an essential reference tool.