5 must have apps for students

by Josue Tavorn

·       Evernote

This handy app is a must for any student who loves to take notes. The app allows you to take down notes in many different formats, as images, photos, receipts etc. It’s available on iOS and Android for free.

·       Google Drive

Google offer a completely free cloud storage facility with Google Drive, which is a fantastic resource for students. Keep all of your coursework, homework and anything else in a single, secure location which can be accessed any time. You can even make documents readily available offline for those times when you’re without Wifi.

·       Class Timetable

Usually within your first week of a new school year, colleague year, or even temporary education at a summer school, you’ll be given your timetable of classes. The Class Timetable app allows you to drop in all of your weekly class schedule, including locations of classes and start and end times.

The app is available on iOS and Android for free, and will probably be something you check every day while studying.

·       Simple Mind

This freemium app is a must for any student who loves to create mind maps. There are different levels of pricing (including a free limited option). The app itself is beautifully designed and works flawlessly on iPhones and Android devices.

If you have the budget to stretch to the paid version, you’ll get a host of additional features, including linking the app to your Google Drive or DropBox account, adding images to your mindmaps and creating templates for more efficient work.

·       Study Blue

Like to study on the go? Then the Studyblue app is for you. This cool student app allows for the upload of course material, giving you everything you need to study in the palm of your hand. It has a really cool feature where you can create flash cards for effective studying and faster learning.

The app in available on both iOS and Android for free. If you’re one of those students who loves creating flash cards, this app might just be for you.