10 Best Students Apps you should make use of!

High school and college are periods of ever-expanding responsibility for students. When you were younger you might have had mom and dad’s help to get you up in the morning, tell you where you need to be when, check to make sure you did your homework, and help you budget your money. But now that’s all on you! Luckily, there are apps to help you get organized. You can get help making a schedule and a budget, take better notes, organize a big project, and stay safe. Check out these apps to get a head-start on being on top of your life!

App #1: SelfControl

Imagine you are studying, you sit at your desk and start to create a mind map to organize your ideas. When you’ve just created your first node on your Mind Map, you get a notification on Facebook. It’s almost impossible to ignore! So you check it out and waste another few minutes instead of studying!

To avoid distractions like this, SelfControl allows you to block certain websites for a set amount of time. This enables you to concentrate fully on your studies and avoid sporadically checking social networks or your email. Best of all is that once you put these blocks in place, it’s impossible for you to access them until the time you’ve previously specified runs out. You can’t just flick a switch and check them. Even if you get desperate and delete the application, you won’t be able to access them before the time you specified. Happy studying!

App#2: Maths Alarm Clock

Maths Alarm Clock is another tool for self-control. This time, however, for your dreams! If you are a student who suffers from continuously hitting the snooze button in the morning, then this is the app for you. Maths Alarm Clock makes you solve a simple math problem in order to turn your alarm off.

The benefits of this are twofold:

  1. No more snoozing and being late for class
  2. Having to solve a math problem in the morning gets your brain working quicker. This puts you in a better position when it comes to learning throughout the day

App #3: Sleep If U Can

If mathematical problems are not enough to get you out of bed, we bring you an even more extreme solution. With Sleep If U Can, you’ll have to get out of bed and take a picture of your sink (or any other area you define) to turn off the alarm!

App #4: GoConqr

We saved the most important for last! Throughout this list of apps for students we’ve talked about apps for self-control, translating and learning languages, exercise, and play…but what about studying?

GoConqr allows you to create online Mind Maps, Flashcards, Online Notes and Quizzes. All of these online study tools are designed to help you improve your learning and prepare for exams. Never before has it been easier to create your online study resources and share them with your classmates. Plus all your notes are stored in one place.

App#5: Mathway

With millions of users and billions of problems solved, Mathway is the world’s #1 math problem solver. From basic algebra to complex calculus, Mathway instantly solves your most difficult math problems – simply type your problem in (or point your camera and snap a pic!) to receive instant free answers. Need detailed step-by-step solutions? Mathway is like a private tutor in the palm of your hand, providing instant homework help anywhere, anytime.

App#6: HabitHub

To help you reach these goals HabitHub lets you set daily reminders and even provides with graphs that help you stay motivated along your journey. On top of this every morning when you wake up, HabitHub sends you nice little motivational quote 🙂 With HabitHub your task is to build a long streak of days for the habit you are working

App#7: Goodbudget

Goodbudget is a money manager and expense tracker that’s great for home budget planning. This personal finance manager is a proactive budget planner that helps you stay on top of your bills and finances. Built for easy, real-time tracking. And, sync across Android, iPhone, and the web to share your budget with your budgeting partners. Keep everyone on the same page with all your finances!

App#8: Office Lens

Office Lens trims, enhances, and makes pictures of whiteboards and documents readable. You can use Office Lens to convert images to PDF, Word and PowerPoint files, and save to OneNote,  OneDrive, or your local device

App#9: Timetable

Timetable is the most beautiful and intuitive app on Google Play for managing your school or university life. Save your timetable and all tasks from homework to exams. You only need to enter them once, because Timetable syncs across all your Android devices. Often forget to turn down your phones volume? No problem the app automatically mutes your phone during lessons.

App#10: Lumosity

Used by over 85 million people worldwide, Lumosity offers a comprehensive brain training program with 30+ brain games. Start challenging your Memory, Attention and more today!

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