Thankfully, there are several apps available in the market nowadays, ready to make your school or college days much easier.
They will help you to get things done much faster and efficiently, so you can save your brain for learning and being creative – which will certainly lead to better marks.
#1 – Dropbox
Have you ever had a problem with forgetting your assignment at home? Or because you had to continue your assignment somewhere else and what you had done was left in your house on your laptop?
Dropbox is the solution for this kind of situation. It allows you to store whatever file you want in the cloud so that you can access it anywhere and on any device – they will all be automatically synced.
You can also share a link with your file to your schoolmates if you are working on a group assignment so they can download it or just visualise it on their devices even if it is a large file. And it comes with 2GB free, which is a lot of space for your school files.
If you are tired of saving pieces of paper, post-its, and hand-outs (or just losing them around), Evernote is the solution for your problem. It allows you to save any kind of note to their app so you can access it later on. You can organise your notes in folders, and you can also create your own notes directly on it.
You can see just a picture with your mobile of what you want to save, and it will be captured by the system. It can also clip webpages, and their search engine can find text even in images.Evernote also has collaborative and sharing tools, and it is free of charge for its basic features.
# 3 – Mathway
Your problems are literally over with Mathway. This app helps you to solve any math problem on your mobile (even without internet access). You can either type your problem in or take a picture of it with your phone cam and the answer instantaneously appear on your screen.
Mathway is ready to solve questions on Basic Math, Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Trigonometry, Precalculus, Calculus, Statistics, Finite Math, Linear Algebra, and Chemistry. And as if it wasn’t enough, it can also provide you with detailed graphs. The app is free, but if you get stuck and need help trying to figure out how it has come up with that solution, you can pay for a step-by-step explanation.
# 4 – Wolfram Alpha
Wolfram Alpha is a powerful search engine able to help you with anything you need to know about almost everything. From Maths, Life Sciences, Statistics, Engineeringto Music, Education, Food, and Linguistics, this app will bring to your hand the reports of this powerful search engine.
And if you are thinking that this is just a fancy Google, think again. Instead of giving you a list of links for you to figure out which are the reliable ones, and still come up with your work, Wolfram Alpha bring curated content to you. The app is paid but worthies each cent.
# 5 – Dictionary.com
Never get stuck with a word again taking Dictionary.com in your pocket – plus, it will save your back from the extra weight of those heavy paperback dictionaries. Their app is free of charge (with ads), comes with over 2 million definitions and works offline, becoming an excellent help for your writing assignments.
You can favourite words, in case you want to check them again later, spelling suggestions, word origin, translation, voice search, audio pronunciation, and more features. The paid app also includes an encyclopaedia, slang dictionary, slangs and phrases, example sentences, and a medical, science and rhyming dictionaries.
Wrapping it app
Being a student has never been so easy in terms of resources. There are several apps available out there, most of them free of charge and ready to become your best friend.
The only problem that comes with this is that you might be feeling overwhelmed and not sure about which one to choose with so many options available. So start checking the options above and see which app fits your needs better. Then you can take from there.