5 Helpful Academic Apps for College Students

Just a month back I graduated from college and I felt that its important for me to provide a few easy tips to the fresher’s to make their life simpler. I have penned down a few mobile apps that can be helpful and useful in every day’s life. Here are the few mobile apps that will help every college student on daily basis.

So, let’s take a look of these useful apps:

1. Tasker

From settings to messaging, Tasker offers total automation on your smartphone. Essentially a programming tool, this Android app lets you set your own triggers based on your environment. Tasker can detect when you’re at the library, for instance, and enable or disable certain settings on your phone so it adapts to where you are. It can launch apps automatically and perform actions with those apps.

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2. Mint

Dollar tacos or prime rib? There are many different ways to saving money in college, but with Mint financial decisions just got much easier. One of the best financial management apps we’ve come across, Mint keeps track of your budgeting while you’re on the go. View up-to-date information about your accounts, check your budgets, and edit transactions information right on the app.

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3. Studious

With Studious, forgetting assignments will be a thing of the past. This simple Android app reminds you when tests are coming up and when assignments are due. One of the most unique features of Studious is its ability to automatically silence your phone in class – right as you walk through the door. To set this up, all you need to do is import your class locations.

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4. SlideShare

Recently acquired by LinkedIn, the presentation-hosting platform has finally delivered a mobile Android app. But instead of creating or uploading new files, the app revolves around viewing, sharing, and saving for offline access. With SlideShare you can view presentations whether you’re commuting, in class, or at the gym.

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5. Coursera

Coursera connects students, professionals, and lifelong learners everywhere with free online courses from over 100 global universities and educational institutions, including Stanford and Yale. Browse courses and watch lectures from the best instructors anytime and anywhere – whether you’re interested in cuisine or computer science.

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I hope these apps help your college life and make your life more easier.  Write in comment section your top 5 favourite apps that help you in day to day tasks. Also, don’t forget to share this story with your college friends.

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