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The very best Apps for studying – 8 Free Apps To Help You Study

Nowadays, it is hard to find a college student not carrying at least one sophisticated device. And even though mobile technology has been in our lives for a while, it seems that we are starting to rely on it for more than just entertainment. Research shows that more than 80% of the students use smartphones and tablets to study. Out of this, 77% believe mobile technology has positively impacted their grades and 48% feel like it has been saving their time. As a matter of fact, this numbers are growing up to 40% each year, bringing us closer and closer to the digital world.
And because your smartphone doesn’t need to be all fun and games, here are the top 8 apps you’ll need to stay on trend and improve your academic performance:

Mathe Alarm Clock

The perfect solution for those who can’t stop hitting the snooze button. This app forces you to solve a simple mathematical problem before you can turn it off, making sure your brain is fully awake and assuring you get to that 8am class on time.
Available for Android and iOS.

StudyBlue

Flashcards are an effective way to memorize information, but making them can be quite time-consuming. With StudyBlue you can use audio, text and pictures to create amazing flashcards, or borrow someone else’s from its huge database.
Available for Android and iOS.

EasyBib

Stop wasting time trying to figure out how to put together a decent bibliography. EasyBib allows you to create citations in MLA, APA and Chicago style wherever you are.
Available for Android and iOS.

Babylon

Whether you are just trying to improve your language skills or looking forward to major in Russian literature, Babylon is definitely a must-have. With access to more than 1.500 glossaries in 75 languages, this app will help you never to be lost in translation again.
Available for Android and iOS.

Sworkit

Good grades depend on more than just classes and textbooks. So, in order to keep your spirit and body in balance, Sworkit provides you a long list of quick and easy exercises you can do at home.
Available for Android and iOS.

Mint

Tuition fees, books, housing, food, transportation and a thousand other extras, can make college life pretty expensive. Mint is an app designed to help you keep track of your daily expenses. And because it is never too late to start saving, it also allows you to set goals and make budgets.
Available for Android and iOS.

Scribd

Scribd is the biggest online library in the world. Here you can find millions of different books and text documents for your studies. All the data is shared by other users and you can easily organize it by topics according to your needs.
Available for Android and iOS.

Any.Do

The #1 app to create to-do lists. You can change the priority of your entries, mark a task as completed and use your voice to create new ones. It even synchronizes with all your devices so the lists can be accessed from anywhere.
Available for Android and iOS.

Author: Regina Nogueira

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