There are a ton of apps out there vying for students’ attention and it can be tough to sort through them all. This list includes five apps that are particularly useful for students, based on their ability to help with productivity, organisation, and studying.
The app’s most significant selling point is its versatility. Apart from taking notes, you can manage projects, create a calendar, write a daily journal, plan travel itineraries, and much more. You can use it to organize not only your uni work but pretty much everything else in your life.
As you’re taking lecture notes, Soundnote will record whatever is being said around you. If your teacher is speaking at the speed of light and you’re struggling to keep up, this will help. Just go back to where your notes tailed off and give it another go.
Depending on what you’re studying, you might face a diagram from time to time. But what’s the best thing to do? Frantically scribble it down, or drop your pen and let the lecturer explain it?
Thanks to Office Lens, you no longer have to choose. All you have to do is hold your camera up to the board and take a picture, and the app will crop out everything around it.
Mind maps aren’t for everyone, but if they work for you, look no further than SimpleMind.
Available via your browser and an app, SimpleMind gives you all the functionality you’d have if you drew a mind map by hand – plus even more.
You have to type in your problem, and Mathway will solve it for you. If you’d like to know how to get the answer rather than just what it is, Mathway can also give a detailed step-by-step guide to finding the solution.