9 Best iPhone Apps for College Student


Very soon, College students will go to classes, where they will communicate with each other and professors, study sciences and explore the world, as hundreds of thousands of other people did in the past. The new generation also has something special – modern Devices, which can also simplify the learning process and make it much more attractive. With that in mind, here are the best iPhone apps for college students.

Best iPhone Apps for College Students

1. iStudiez Pro – the perfect diary.

The iStudiez Pro app has been in the App Store for several years now, there have been many updates throughout the entire time, but the original idea remained unchanged – to create the perfect digital diary. The developers have achieved this and made the program suitable for both school and university. The user can enter the schedule of classes, divide them into categories (lectures, practical work, laboratory), enter homework, fill out grades, maintain a list of teachers – everything that can be useful in organizing training. The program must be able to integrate entries from calendars into the schedule, and also allows you to share the schedule with friends in the form of a public calendar (it can be connected to any application with support for external calendars).

2. Translator – foreign languages don’t scare.

The modern learning process requires consuming materials that are not available in the native language. Many applications help to cope with translation, but the best can be called online services with constantly updated databases, especially the program from Google. The application stands out from the latter with such a useful function as an extension that allows you to translate sites in Safari – on a page with an unfamiliar language, click “Share”, send the text to Google. Done. The program can work without an Internet connection, for this, you must first download the language packs.

3. Quizlet is the perfect way to memorize and review material.

The Quizlet service is designed to study materials using flashcards: on the one hand, a term is written, on the other, a definition, you can also study language pairs. Also, the program supports pictures, which will be convenient when studying biology and geography. The learning process is built classically for cards: we choose which side to show, and we name the turn ourselves. Several game modes speed up the learning and self-test process, and language pairs are fun to practice in a mode where the user must accurately specify the translation.

4. Dictionaries – when a translation is not enough.

People who have been studying foreign languages for more or less a long time know that the best way to learn new words is not to translate them into their native language, but to interpret the word. The best in this direction (at least for the English language) is the Dictionary.com service. The official app is distributed free of charge, but additional pieces (idioms, grammar, hints) will have to be purchased inside the program.

5. Google Drive – all files are always at hand.

Cloud storage allows you not to think about where this or that file is saved because all of them are always at hand, you just need an Internet connection. The solution from the search giant attracts convenient software, an easy way to share access to a document via a link and the ability to co-edit files, applications for auto-syncing data from laptops and PCs to the cloud and vice versa, as well as as much as 15 GB of free space.

6. TextGrabber – digitize paper.

ABBYY is known to many users for its language products. At the same time, the company’s portfolio includes other software, including TextGrabber, which can read text from a photo and transfer it to a text editor. Or you can use the cloud storage for scanned materials and also send them to the translator. TextGrabber costs money.

7. AppleBooks – textbooks and books on one shelf.

The standard AppleBooks application, which is installed in all iPads and iPhones, does an excellent job with books and textbooks, as well as PDF, and not only commonplace text products, but also interactive books. Marks in books, bookmarks, a table of contents, beautiful animation, switching fonts, and setting the color of the background – the necessary minimum of possibilities are available, while each function works with a bang.

8. iTunes U – Free Courses from Top Universities in the World.

Every parent wants his child to study at Harvard, Yale, or at least Oxford, but the cost of education in such institutions is prohibitive. However, their goal is not to capitalize on the exclusivity of materials, but to teach students to think. And therefore they offer many of their courses free. iTunes U is a good aggregator for such materials. Audio and video lectures, notes, additional materials – all this the user will find in a free application from Apple.

9. Photomath – Take a picture of an example and get a solution.

Use your iPhone or iPad camera to take a picture of an example or equation. Photomath will recognize it and solve it. Photomath mustn’t give just an answer, but a complete solution to the example by action. This will help you understand the principle of solving an unfamiliar type of example and learn how to solve them yourself, without a calculator.

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