Top 25 Apps for College Students

apps-image1. BenchPrep

BenchPrep is an interactive course library with all the graduate and professional exam study material you can handle. It includes hundreds of practice questions, flashcards, in-app purchases and almost 600 study lessons. Choose from: LSAT, MCAT, GMAT.

2. iStudiez Pro

iStudiezPro keeps track of your deadlines, grades and more across all Mac devices — all you need to do is plug your class schedule into the app. It comes with both Cloud syncing and iCal integration

3. StudyBlue Flashcards

Flashcards are an effective way to memorize information, but making them is a headache. With StudyBlue, use text, pictures and audio to create the perfect stack of (digital) flashcards; or, search the massive database to borrow someone else’s.

4. RealCalc Scientific Calculator

Use RealCalc for serious computing — it’s a perfect alternative for the calculator-less.

5. Engineering Professional

More than 650 chemical, civil, electrical, environmental, hydrology and mechanical formulas are updated in Engineering Pro  

6. Notella

Some professors drop the most important bombs when you least expect it (“Have a good spring break, everyone. This super-fast note-taking app opens to a new note by default, lets you create custom hotkeys and syncs notes from other apps

7. Wolfram Alpha

From thermodynamics to baseball, the Wolfram Alpha reference app uses its supercomputing Cloud to quickly generate answers — across thousands of domains — to all your research questions.

8. Dictionary.com Mobile

Dictionary.com’s fast and user-friendly mobile app will decode any textbook in no time.

9. Babylon

Whether you’re a Spanish lit major or just looking to finish your general education requirements, Babylon provides comprehensive dictionary results and translations for dozens of languages.

10. Jumpcut

You have better things to do than copy and paste all day. Make light work of data entry assignments with Jumpcut: copy as much text as you want, one after another, and paste using simple keystrokes.

11. Dragon Dictation

Ever wish you could type faster? Dragon Dictation uses accurate voice recognition software to let you speak and instantly see your words in text. \

12. SelfControl

SelfControl lets you set a period of time to block certain websites or mail servers by adding them to a “blacklist.

13. Studious

Avoid interrupting class and getting on your professor’s bad side with Studious. Once you input your class schedule, Studious will silence your phone during those hours.

14. Circle of 6

It helps you stay safe by connecting you to six trusted contacts, whenever and wherever. Use the pre-programmed “come and get me” message with your gps location, or easily call national and local emergency hotlines in critical situations. It’s a fast and discreet way to put your safety first.

15. LinkedIn

LinkedIn makes professional connections a breeze. Start growing your network early

16. Sworkit

Sworkit’s greatest asset is its ability to let you choose your exercise time allotment in five-minute increments

17. Mint

Club fees. Books. Tuition. Food. College adds up — quickly.  is a Mint web and mobile app that helps you keep track of your spending. Plus, it’s never too early to start cultivating good credit.

18. Sleep If U Can Alarm

“world’s most annoying alarm,” Sleep If U Can gives you two options to silent the alarm: 1) Shake your phone; or 2) Physically go the place shown on your screen

19. Between

Relationship app Between can help ease the separation anxiety by letting you send messages, voicemails, memos and photos. A private timeline makes it easy to reminisce about the good old days with your significant other(s).

20. EasyBib

This free bibliography generator enables users to create MLA, APA, and other citation styles by scanning bar codes on books.  Resources may be built, managed, and exported for use.

21. Quizlet

Make, study, and share flashcards for all subjects using this multimedia flashcard app.

22. DropBox

DropBox stores photos, videos, and documents….for free!  In addition, students may access DropBox from any computer or work collaboratively on documents through the sharing option.

23. Google Hangout

Google Hangout allows live video conferencing with up to ten participants at a time.  Collaborate with group members at school or with family back home.

24. Videoalicious

Many apps (like iMovie) provide video creation capabilities, but this app is free!  Create movies using videos, photos, music, and more.

25. Bible App

Download the free YouVersion Bible App on your mobile device and you’ll have your Bible with you no matter where you go.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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