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Best Study App for Students

Author: Jhon Mathew
by Jhon Mathew
Posted: Jul 14, 2019
  • Tis the season for final exams! If ever there was a time to take advantage of all tools imaginable to help your students get the best grades possible, it is now. Fortunately, the app market has exploded with useful assistance, and here are some of the best apps I recommend to help your students study better and learn faster:

iTunes U

Apple’s own iTunes U offers a popular app with free lectures and coursework from many of the best schools in the world. Even if you don’t use it for your regular curriculum, you can still supplement with Stanford’s impressive tools on topics such as coding iOS apps or Statistics 101. The best part? It’s free! Well, if you have an iPhone that is–otherwise you’ll have to keep reading…

Cite This For Me

Whenever you borrow words or ideas, the given source needs to be acknowledged. Cite This For Me is a nifty app students can use to put together their citations and bibliographies. It not only uses your phone’s camera to scan a book’s barcode and create a citation, but also formats it in MLA, Chicago, or whichever style your school is using. It’s is free, and can be used on both iOS and Android phones.

Duolingo

This app is geared toward students who are learning a new language. Duolingo makes learning fun by turning lessons into a game. It can be used to practice Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Irish, Dutch, Danish, Swedish, Italian, English and more. This app is also free, and can be used on both iOS and Android phones.

Wunderlist

For best study results, Wunderlist will help your students with their time management skills. It can set due dates, reminders and to-do lists. The app is free, but a pro version lets you share your lists and work collaboratively on projects. Works on both iOS and Android phones.

iStudiez Lite

iStudiez is an award-winning app to help students manage their schedule. The Lite version covers one semester of up to five courses, 15 assignments, 15 classes or exams per course, five instructors and two holiday periods. If you get hooked and decide you can’t live without it, the Pro version takes away the limits. The Lite version is free, however, and works on both iOS and Android phones.

Timetable

Timetable is a great app to help students manage their school or university life, and can easily be downloaded from Google Play. It enters each user’s tasks from homework to exams only once, because this app syncs across all your Android devices. The best part? It mutes phones during lessons. A great tool for Android users, and it’s free!

Dictionary.com

Dictionary.com can meet all of your students’ English vocabulary needs, with 2,000,000 definitions, word origins and histories, Word of the Day, synonyms, antonyms and a thesaurus, among other things. The main app is free but comes with ad banners, and is extremely popular with both iOS and Android users.

1. RefME – Android/iOS/Web, Free

This nifty app uses your phone's camera to scan a book's barcode and create a citation formatted in MLA, Chicago, or whatever format your school uses.

2. StudyBlue – Android/iOS, Free

Allows users to upload class study materials, create electronic flashcards to study and share with others, and practice quizzes.

3. Evernote – Android/iOS/Web, Free

A tool that allows you to capture a note or memo in any format (web clip of a product or service review for reference, photo of a business receipt, audio file, or text meeting or handwritten notes).

4. Oxford Dictionary – Android/iOS, Free

The mobile version of the Oxford University Press' Oxford English Dictionary.

5. Dragon Dictation – iOS, Free

Just start talking into Dragon Dictation and it’ll convert everything for you digitally, which you can paste into other apps, send as an email message, or save it for later.

6. GoConqr – Android/iOS/Web, Free

Access great learning resources like Mind Maps, Flashcards, Quizzes, Slides and Notes, or use the GoConqr app for social learning and connect and collaborate with friends, classmates and learners in Groups.

7. Office Lens – Android/iOS/Windows, Free

This app from Microsoft takes pictures of documents, whiteboards, blackboards, magazines, receipts, and more and converts them into editable, shareable text. It can read images event from an angle and cleans up glare and shadows too.

8. myHomework Student Planner – Android/iOS/Windows, Free

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myHomework is a digital student planner that lets you track your classes, homework, tests and projects so you never forget an assignment again.

9. SimpleMind – iOS/Android, Free

Create mind maps to help you organize your thoughts, remember things and generate new ideas.

10. Google Drive – iOS/Android, Free

Save and store all of your documents online so that your work will be safe if your laptop crashes. You can also work offline and collaborate on a document with your classmates.

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