Top 5 Apps For Students

The truth of our modern times is that you probably won’t find a student who does not use smartphone today. It also true that students use different mobile applications not only for entertainment but also for studying as well. Both Android and iOS provides tons of educational apps for college students and they are very informative and useful.

Here is pick of five great apps.

1. Dictionary.com

When you get stuck at a word, all you need to do now is open this app and search that word. The app features English Dictionary and audio pronunciations, synonyms & antonyms, Thesaurus with 2,000,000 definitions, Word of the day, the hot word, voice search and search history.

2. Any.do

Nowadays people’s are using Any.do to organise their tasks. This application is perfect for students who need to create a to-do list. It features synchronisation of all tasks with other devices so that the list can be accessed everywhere. Add new entries to the list with the help of touch-based interface, or use your voice to create task.

3. Microsoft Office

Microsoft has made accessing you Office documents on any device pretty easy. The free Microsoft Office mobile apps include Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and OneNote. You can store your documents in the cloud. Even if you created document with a desktop version of Office, the mobile view will adapt it to your screen.

4. Feed.ly

College students always wants to know everything and keep their eyes on the ball, but it may be quite difficult to do because of constant deadlines, part-time jibs, exams etc. Feed.ly is here to help you deal with this problem. This is one of the best RSS aggregators. It lets you consolidate all news into one feed. Just check the news you would like to receive.

5. Free Graphing Calculator

Since we’re all basically carrying Smartphones in our pockets, there’s no reason to bother with a separate graphing calculator. The Free Graphing Calculator can do the things you’d expect from a scientific calculator, plus graph up to four equations at once including functions and parametric equations.

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