Coffee, classes and cool apps pretty much sum up the college life, at least inside the campus (wink*). But both outside and inside, Cellphone has become a core organ of a college student. With the right apps, that little piece of technology can search and solve any and everything.
If Cinderella was an unorganised, assignments ridden college girl, her fairy godmother would probably be Evernote; an elephant face green fairy with a notepad and a pen in her hand. Evernote enables you to collect, organise and share your ideas anytime with anyone. No more will you lose an assignment, for its reminder is in your evernote. Download the app for android or iOS now.
Speaking of assignments! Have you ever dreaded a submission because you forgot to type your paper? Now just take snapshots of it (or anything), decide the order and Camscanner binds it up into a single PDF.
WolftramAlpha hunts down all your physics and calculus problems, and give you its own expert tips with the solutions. This startrek computer app can solves anything from algebra to astronomy. Its knowledge engine also covers wide information on topics such as music, weather, people, sports and even colors.
By reinventing learning with its interactive and creative module, Khan Academy stands to be a revolutionary app for all the students out there. With over 10,000 videos and 40,000 interactive question papers, they can prepare you for anything. What’s the best part of it all?
One of the best writing software, is available to you on IOS for just $20. The app gives you all the tools needed to create your next masterpiece. It is no surprise that award winning writers such as Michael Marshall recommend it. As an aspiring writer, I’ve been using it myself and the continuously added new features make it better each day. So all the budding Shakespeare and Eliot(s) out there; download the app now!
Joshua is a writer at MobileAppDaily and also works as a reporter for the team to keep our readers up to date. He is breaking the mobile app technology news for MobileAppDialy since 2016 and has more than 4 years of experience as a tech blogger.