University life is a period of stressful responsibility for students. In school days students get help from elder siblings or parents but in university managing grades, social life and budget are totally dependent on the student. Luckily, there are apps to help students get organized and can make student life easier, cheaper, safer and more fun. Students can get help making a schedule and a budget, take better notes, organize a big project, and stay safe. Check out the following apps to get a head-start on being on top of life!
It is the best note taking the app, with a feature set that combines scanning, format conversion bookmarking, composing, clipping and much more. Users can create to-do lists about the daily assignments and coursework or any other tasks. It’s a cross-platform app, usable in the Web browser and mobile apps and also includes Web browser plugins. All features of the app are free for users. It organizes the user’s receipts, bills, and documents. App also allows it’s users to share the notes or lists that they created with other users. Users can use this app to organize their routine tasks and it also set reminders about important events or higher priority tasks. It also clips and highlight articles from the web for academic research and allows access to the searchable documents. Evernote also annotates documents with comments during group meetings, then allows them to share with class fellows. Evernote is the perfect organizing app for students because it combines all necessary tasks of study life at one place.
2. Sleep Cycle
Getting enough sleep is necessary for learning properly in the college, but waking up rested doesn’t just depend on how much a person sleep but it’s also about where he/she is in their sleep cycle when they wake up. Sleep Cycle app uses user’s phone’s microphone or accelerometer to analyze his/her sleeping pattern and wake them up at the best time when the user is in his lightest sleep state. The premium version of the app has more features like heart rate tracking, Philips Hue integration, and snore detection to help the user in getting better sleep.
3. Study Blue
Revision before any exam is necessary and people often find it time taking. StudyBlue is one of the best revision apps available, it is the largest crowdsourced study library, with over 400 million flashcards, notes and study guides from students. Users can copy and edit their flashcard for their personal use, anytime and anywhere. Users can make and share study materials online, search for recommended study content from classmates, track progress, set reminders and take or create quizzes. It’s available for all desktop and mobile devices.
Edmodo is direct teacher-student connection app. It organizes all class notes at one place and teachers’ can directly communicate to students one-to-one on their work submitted. Students can turn in their assignment online with this app and it also creates groups for documents sharing. The app also facilitates discussion within a single class group or browse topics for resources. Teachers can share their resources easily from their phone directly and easily to their class. To-do list can also be created in the app with reminders on the calendar available in the app.
Adding bibliographies to documents is frustrating and take a lot of time. This problem can be resolved with EasyBib. It is the world’s most efficient citation generator. It can generate citation of more than 10+ years of citation and billions of citations are generated by it each day. It allows you to automatically create citations for their bibliography in seconds instead of hours work. Users can instantly create citation by scanning barcodes or by using the search tool on the site. When done, the user can export the citations directly to their inbox. User can switch between MLA, APA, Chicago, Harvard, ASA, AMA , CSE many formats.