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Top 10 Mobile Apps Every Student Should Have

Technology in its domain has really made things easy. The banking sectors,finance,medical and even the  educational sectors can fully testify to that.
Going to school these days is absolutely different from how it used to be back in the day due to mobile technology and the Internet.
Whether you are making use a smart phone or  tablet, with the right app, you can turn your device into a study tool.
Today, We would be exposing you to  Top 10 Apps you should have on your device

1. SoundNote

This is one of the best lecture capture apps available right now for the iPad. It lets you use it as a notepad and audio recorder at the same time, which lets you store an entire lecture in both visual and
audio form.
If your handwriting isn’t fast enough or your attention span in the classroom isn’t good enough, then this app is surely for you. You can visit the Website by clicking Here

2. Evernote

It is the leading note-taking app, and it’s available for free for multiple platforms. You don’t need to cry about your dog eating your homework anymore unless it actually eats your entire mobile device or computer, which is unlikely :D.
Anything you type on it gets saved to the cloud, which you can then bring back out for review and further revision (awesome isn’t it?}. Along with it is Evernote Peek, which is an app you can use to prepare for quizzes by letting you turn notes?whether written, spoken, or drawn?into study notes easily by letting you cover answers to questions.

3. Dropbox

This is one app, every scholar should know. It can also be an alternative to google drive.It is the most popular cloud file storage service and app available online. You can have a good number of gigabytes for free, and you can increase your storage space by inviting people to register to Dropbox.
You can also share whole synchronized folders with other users seamlessly, so you can get whatever classmates sent you for a group project without having to scramble too much.

4. Wolfram Alpha

Have you ever tried searching for a maths,physics or chemistry formula on google :) ? I do that most times and Wolfram Alpha always come first on google search.The foremost name in information gathering apps, Wolfram Alpha not only lets you get answers to just about everything in math and other subjects, but also make sense of them easily. This is perhaps one of the best learning tools you can have on your mobile device, letting you get a step-by-step explanation on just about anything you ask it about. You can check it out here

5. CliffsNotes

The trusted name in helping students cram for English exams since 1958 :D, CliffsNotes now has its own app for making the study of English literature much easier right from your own mobile device.
If you don’t feel that you understand last night’s reading well enough to be ready for today’s book report, you can consult CliffsNotes and get the key points of just about every well-known novel, short story, poem, or play that you have to sit through in class.

6. Khan Academy

This is another bomb you must get your hands on.If you are looking to learn a bit more than what you just get in school, then you may be interested in Khan Academy. With more than 4,200 educational videos on different subject matters, you can supplement your learning in school with whatever you can get your hands on in this app without feeling the need to cram unintelligible data into your head since it all gets presented in an understandable way through these videos.

7. Pocket

If you have to read up on web pages, but don’t have the time to stare at a computer screen, then you can take it with you by saving that page to Pocket. This “read later” app then downloads the text and images from that page into your mobile device for later reading, which you can then look at in an easily readable format.

8. Math Alarm Clock

If you are the type of person who usually runs late, then you may want to have a better alarm clock for waking you up. Math Alarm Clock is a pretty good app for that since it doesn’t have a snooze button to help you procrastinate on the urgent task of getting out of bed.
Once it sounds off, you can’t shut it off until you answer a series of mathematical problems. Once you’re done, you most likely won’t be that sleepy anymore :D.


As a student, you’ll most likely still be cash-strapped or at least in need of a strict budget. It’s always a good idea to start early in being mindful about one’s own money, and is a great service for tracking and making sense of your personal finances.
The free app lets you do everything you can do on the website right there on your mobile device, so you don’t have to wonder anymore where your money went after that expensive project that you had to pass.

10. TED

This app is for whenever you need motivation or just want to learn about something new. TED Talks is now well-known for its famous speakers talking about different interesting topics all around the world.
There are only a few things more motivating and stimulating than a TED Talk, and you can have it right there on your mobile device. As with any young one aspiring for greatness, you could use a pep talk through a TED Talk.

Now You have read our view,do you think that there are other relevant apps not listed here? You can tell us using the comment box.

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