Nowadays, every student has access to a smartphone, whether it be an Android, iPhone or any other device. Smartphones have endless possibilities with the internet in the palm of your hand. I’m sure we can all agree that late night trips to the library can be a drag when you would all prefer to be in bed. What about when you forgot to study or waited until the last minute to prepare for a test? Here is a list of apps that can help you become more productive no matter what situation your’re in!
First on the list is Scholly. Scholly is a search engine for scholarships. It has a vast database of scholarships that are categorized by state, major and other search criteria as well. This app is available on the App Store and Google Play Store for $0.99. Imagine all the scholarships that you can get for $0.99!
Quizlet is an app with pre-written study guides and notes provided by other users that helps students to study on the go. Quizlet has study tools available that allows students create flashcards and practice tests to help you study without carrying around any books.
Dictionary is an app that allows you to have a dictionary and a thesaurus and the palm of your fingertips.
Easybib, as the name suggests makes it easier to create a bibliography for those research papers you spent hours writing.
Wolfram Alpha is designed to help with math homework along with other topics when you can’t seem to get the answer. It shows step by step solutions and has other features in the paid version as well.
PhotoMath allows users to take pictures of math problems to get answers to solutions instantly.
Google Translate is a language that helps translateany language with text, voice, or pictures.
CamScanner provides a way to scan and send documents via email using your smartphone camera. It’s like having a fax machine in the palm of your hand.
Hopefully these apps will prove to be useful in the future throughout your college career.