30 Apps You Need To Survive Student Life

Posted: September 30, 2016 To: Study
Content 30 apps you need to survive student life

Going to college is exciting, but if can be difficult sometimes. However, we are a lucky generation because there are plenty of apps that can make the student life easier. With the help of these apps, you can organize your time and activities better, or you can find more academic materials for your papers. Here is our list of 30 apps that you need to survive student life.

  1. TED

If you don’t feel motivated enough today, download this app because it has plenty of speeches that can cheer you up. This application contains a broad selection of clips in which various people are talking about different subjects related to personal development.

  1. Google Drive

What it’s great about Google Drive is that you can gather all your documents in one place. So, if you want to access them at any time in any place, install it.

  1. Duolingo

Either you study foreign languages or not, this application comes in handy because it provides foreign language exercises and helps you learn new words. And, it’s free.

  1. My study life

If you want to keep track of all of your work (exams, classes or homework) this app will do it for you.

  1. Wiki how

This DIY guide teaches you how you can do something step by step and with pictures. So, if you want to learn how to do a new thing, search on wiki how.

  1. Scribd

This app provides different documents and books on various topics. If you have a favorite genre, most certainly you will find something related to it.

  1. Snap2PDF

Now you can transform any file into a PDF. All you have to do is take a picture of a text, upload it on this app and get your PDF document.

  1. The Oxford dictionary

If you want to improve your English knowledge, or you’re trying to learn English, use this app because it provides the definition of a word and its audio pronunciation.

  1. Runkeeper

If you like to exercise, then you should use Runkeeper because it keeps track of your cycling speed, calorie burn and running pace.

  1. Yummly 

Now you have all the recipes from around the world in one application.

  1. Mailbox

This app helps you keep your mail organized and clean, which is really important when you have a full inbox.

  1.  SelfControl

If you can’t focus when you study because you constantly check your social media, then you need to download this app because it blocks any sites that divert your attention.

  1.  CliffsNotes

If you’re studying literature or you write essays, this app can help you because it offers information about the theme, plot, and characters.

  1.  Chegg

This app lets you rent textbooks. All you have to do is search for a textbook and place a rental order.

  1.  Viber

Viber offers you the possibility to talk to your family and friends for free. However, you must have Internet connection for this.

  1.  Fooducate

If you’re trying to lose weight, you should use this app because it keeps track of your sleep, activities and food schedule.

  1.  MyHomework

This is another application that helps you plan your assignments, exams, homework and classes. And you don’t have to connect your phone to the Internet to use this app.

  1. Khan Academy

This app provides free exercises and video from fields like history, science, math, etc. You can learn something new every day.

  1.  Uber

This app provides credible taxi services given by various citizens. You don’t have to wait for a taxi and you don’t need a reservation.

  1. Jot!

Jot! provides a whiteboard on which you can write and draw anything. It’s perfect for lectures. Besides, you can share the notes with your friends.

  1. Physics Explorer

This application is great for the people who are studying physics because it provides a series of physics formulae. Besides, every formula has a description.

  1. Flashcards+

This app is useful for the exam period because it helps you revise the courses by showing you flash cards.

  1. Exam Vocabulary Builder

Exam Vocabulary Builder helps you improve your English skills. The app is organized in Quizzes, Flashcard, and Study. It’s an entertaining way to learn new English words.

  1. Socrative

This application is available for teachers and students.  It offers you the chance to answers to questions on various topics.

  1. Udemy

Udemy offers online courses on multiple themes and subjects.

  1. Pocket

With Pocket, you can bookmark different Internet content, videos or articles.

  1. Mendeley

With this app, you can read your PDF for free. It’s perfect for when you have to wait. You just open the application and start reading.

  1. Lynda.com

This is another app that provides online courses on different subjects.

  1. Evernote

Evernote helps you take notes in class but also organize them.

  1. Todoist

Now you can write everything you have to do in this app, and you will never forget about your courses and meetings. 

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