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The Most Helpful Apps for Students

Naturally, not all students are gifted with the same intelligence. Howard Gardner even names multiple intelligences. But any student can do well in school. Especially now that there are already several apps that can help them perform better. There are apps that help students answer difficult equations or those that help them focus and be more productive. Let’s explore some of these apps…


Naturally, not all students are gifted with the same intelligence. Howard Gardner even names multiple intelligences. But any student can do well in school. Especially now that there are already several apps that can help them perform better. There are apps that help students answer difficult equations or those that help them focus and be more productive. Let’s explore some of these apps…

 

Evernote

One of the most popular apps for students, or anyone else for that matter, is Evernote. This award-winning app lets you take notes, make a to-do list, set reminders, attach files, create agendas and access everything through any device. Its versatility makes it the ideal companion for anyone.

 

Dropbox

For students who need to save and send digital resources to their inbox regularly, the free Dropbox mobile app lets them store and share up to 2GB of documents, photos, and videos. They can easily add notes to the files they want to send. Another great thing about Dropbox is it is a partner of Microsoft. So users can edit files in MS Word directly from their mobile phones and save them in their Dropbox account.

 

Wolfram

If students have a hard time with their mathematics subject, especially trigonometry, Wolfram Web Apps are the best choice. It holds more than 10 trillion pieces of data and 50,000 equations that help them answer equations with graphs and step-by-step explanations. However, this app is not for free. But with its usefulness, it could easily be worth more than the $2.99 per month they are charging.

 

Scribd and Vocabulary Builder from Magoosh

For students who need lots of books for their courses, Scribd is the perfect app. Scribd is the Netflix of books that supplies over a million books, audiobooks, and documents. It’s worth its $8.99 monthly fee if users need highly expensive medical or technical books that are worth so much more in value. But for students who are simply interested in building a solid vocabulary, Vocabulary Builder from Magoosh is a great free choice.

 

If you have family, friends or relatives, who are struggling in school, or perhaps even you yourself, don’t hesitate to recommend or harness the power of technology to do well in school. A few clicks can sometimes spell the difference between an F and an A in your report card.

 

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