With the emergence of the smartphone, mobile apps are swiftly taking over areas of life like communication, entertainment, education, health, shopping, etc. If you have a smartphone or other mobile device, you probably use apps – to play games, access news, socialize, books, weather, and more. It is easy to download and mostly free, mobile apps can be so much fun and also suitable to use. There are more than millions of apps available for us to download. The mobile app has become a necessity in every field of work.
For students who may need help in setting up and arranging their academic workload, here are five educational apps to check out:
Students can arrange their notes, tasks, and projects, and create and edit outlines. This app comprises an editor tool, which allows us to make rapid changes to documents created in it. It uses cloud services Dropbox, so students can easily share their outlines, task lists, and projects from any computer or Web-enabled device.
- iStudiez Pro:
For college students who are seeking to successfully manage their schedules, this app can act as the digital focus for student’s academic life. Initially, it was available in 2009 for the iPhone, and now the app is in use on Mac and iPad, and can easily be synced among all three devices. Students can include course schedules, plan study sessions, and prioritize assignments based on importance using its functions in five areas – Overview, Assignments, Planner, Instructors, and Holidays. The app also tracks grades and GPA, helping students to trace on their academic progress.
This app provides students with the tools to keep up with material in the classroom without missing out on their professor’s lectures. Using this app, students can record audio, take text or video notes, and make images of slides or handouts. Students can even use the app to share materials with friends through Facebook and iTunes.
Quizlet offers students a range of different ways to study course materials. After selecting a flashcard set or creating a new set, students have the choice of four study styles, together with two forms of flashcard games that strive to bring an entertainment factor to studying. The app is available to students through the web as well as via mobile apps for iPhone, iPad, and Android-powered devices.
This app allows students to categorize their to-do lists and tasks by listing the steps it will take to complete them. Users can set their preference levels for individual tasks, and the app induces students to break them down into parts making assignments more achievable. It can also be used for group projects and the task lists can be shared and managed by multiple users. Along with the Web-based and iPhone version of the app, an iPad version will also work.
As a generation of the modern world, it is very important to organize your time and daily life, so here are few apps to help out:
- Don’t Break The Chain!:
One should define your goal and constantly do actions to achieve your goal. The red ‘X’ denotes the days you have completed your task and you must try not to break the red ‘X’s chain until you accomplish your desired goal. Also, you cannot mark a day with X unless you have finished your tasks.
This app divides your daily routine in a precise manner. It is completely free of buttons and is controlled by Gesture-Based Interface. It has a very effective display on any iOS device, supports any screen orientation, and has a fully tailor-made task list.
Distracted by time-consuming apps like Instagram, Facebook, etc? This app will help you to get better with scheduling plans for your sessions in advance. It also has a ‘break reminder’ to boost your productivity. If you have not heard of the Pomodoro Technique, then here is an example – Work for 25 minutes and give a 5-minute break, repeat four to five times and then give yourself a long break. This app has an inbuilt Promodoro Timer. It also can track time in which you can see how much time you have spent on a variety of tasks and breaks.
Many of us spent a lot of time in tasks like posting on social media, updating yourself by reading the latest news, etc.? This app can help you in completing these tasks without opening the app. It saves your time and effort and helps you to concentrate on other topics.
Also, some apps can be used in your daily lives. Here are they:
As the name indicates, this app helps you to get the best and most freshening sleep. Following registration, there will be a Sleepfulness play wheel, which indicates the track you have to select from. It works out when you are going to bed, cannot sleep, waking up, or in the daytime. There are four time zones. If necessary, it can even play some relaxing music. You can even answer some questions to receive personalized recommendations.
- Microsoft To-Do:
This app helps you to stay organized and manage your day-to-day life. It has many features like My Day – A personalized daily planner, Suggestions – Review what’s important to you, every day, etc. It has also designed like the color-coded lists, list themes, and dark mode.
This app will help you to break free from your devices like phone, laptop, etc., as it manages your screen time. It encourages you to change your habits, not alone but along with your friends and family members. We can use the toolkit provided and collect achievements to break free from your device addiction. There are many topics and motivational quotes to be informed and inspired by their research team.
Who doesn’t want an adequate and a good nutritional diet? This app is one of the best nutrition and health trackers. It tracks your meal, your food intake, and exercise, your quality of calories, your macros; proteins, fats, carbs, your mood, and hunger levels. You can add your recipes and see their nutritional value immediately. You can also get a personalized nutrition grade (A, B, C, or D) for each food.
- Nike Training Club:
This app encourages you to accomplish your fitness goals. You can get fit with the free workouts covering strength, endurance, yoga, and mobility. Every exercise and training sessions are presented by world-class Nike Master Trainers. You also get a set of suggested workouts and advice from Nike Trainers and some of your favorite athletes including Isaiah Thomas, Julie Ertz, Sydney Leroux Dwyer, and Cristiano Ronaldo.