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College Students Get Help With These Apps

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With hundreds of apps that they can use to manage school and extracurricular activities, a lot of college students find an iPad indispensable. It seems unimaginable for college students to not have an iPad and cool accessories like an iPad charging station or a tablet PC these days. For one, if given the choice, any college student would love to be released from the burden of heavy books. Moreover, why settle for loose paper to take notes when you can have an iPad to write all your notes on?
Here are some noteworthy apps:
iStudiez (for free or paid, cost: $2.99)
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This app is perfect for students who have a very full schedule. Some students have too much on their plate. With classes and extra-curricular activities, they simply need reminders of what they need to do. Easily synced between oneâs MacBook, iPhone, and iPad, iStudiez helps you manage your class schedules, remember course deadlines, plan study sessions, and even track your GPA through the appâs five functions â Assignments, Holidays, Instructors, Planner, and Overview.
gFlash+ (for free or paid, cost: $3.99)
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Exam preparations can be stressful for some students, especially those who prefer to study by themselves and do not want to have study partners. This app lets students create their own flashcards to use when preparing for their exams. The free version lets you create flashcards from scratch or by using Google Docs. The Pro version saves you some time as it allows you to have access to millions of sets of premade flashcards from sites such as StudyStack and Quizlet.
inClass (Free)
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This free app for the iPhone and iPad lets students record all the material discussed in class, making sure that they do not miss out on the content of their professorsâ lectures. With this app, you can record audio, take text or even video notes, and take images of slides and handouts. Material taken with this app can be shared with classmates through iTunes or Facebook. Itâs like having your own library of lectures you have attended, so you can listen to them before exams, and pick out points you might have missed before. Make sure you fully charge your unit with your iPad charging station because this is really one useful app!
Graphing Calculator - $1.99
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Graphing calculators can be really expensive. It makes more sense to download this app on your iPhone or iPad, especially if you are a Liberal Arts major who only has to take three math subjects in your entire college career. A graphing calculator is useless after you graduate. Also, with this app on your phone or tablet, you donât have to bring an extra device when you go to class.
With these apps installed on studentsâ iPads, studying is more convenient. These apps should really make the lives of college students easier.
With hundreds of apps that they can use to manage school and extracurricular activities, a lot of college students find an iPad indispensable. It seems unimaginable for college students to not have an iPad and cool accessories like an iPad charging station or a tablet PC these days. For one, if given the choice, any college student would love to be released from the burden of heavy books. Moreover, why settle for loose paper to take notes when you can have an iPad to write all your notes on?

Here are some noteworthy apps:

iStudiez (for free or paid, cost: $2.99)

College Students Get Help With These Apps - Image 1

This app is perfect for students who have a very full schedule. Some students have too much on their plate. With classes and extra-curricular activities, they simply need reminders of what they need to do. Easily synced between oneâs MacBook, iPhone, and iPad, iStudiez helps you manage your class schedules, remember course deadlines, plan study sessions, and even track your GPA through the appâs five functions â Assignments, Holidays, Instructors, Planner, and Overview.

gFlash+ (for free or paid, cost: $3.99)

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Exam preparations can be stressful for some students, especially those who prefer to study by themselves and do not want to have study partners. This app lets students create their own flashcards to use when preparing for their exams. The free version lets you create flashcards from scratch or by using Google Docs. The Pro version saves you some time as it allows you to have access to millions of sets of premade flashcards from sites such as StudyStack and Quizlet.

inClass (Free)

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This free app for the iPhone and iPad lets students record all the material discussed in class, making sure that they do not miss out on the content of their professorsâ lectures. With this app, you can record audio, take text or even video notes, and take images of slides and handouts. Material taken with this app can be shared with classmates through iTunes or Facebook. Itâs like having your own library of lectures you have attended, so you can listen to them before exams, and pick out points you might have missed before. Make sure you fully charge your unit with your iPad charging station because this is really one useful app!

Graphing Calculator - $1.99

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Graphing calculators can be really expensive. It makes more sense to download this app on your iPhone or iPad, especially if you are a Liberal Arts major who only has to take three math subjects in your entire college career. A graphing calculator is useless after you graduate. Also, with this app on your phone or tablet, you donât have to bring an extra device when you go to class.

With these apps installed on studentsâ iPads, studying is more convenient. These apps should really make the lives of college students easier.

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