Fox News – App to school: Top 5 free apps for students

No one likes to see the end of summer, but the sun will soon set on vacations and journeys, and you know what that means — back to school. Fortunately, there are apps to ease a student back into the classroom.

StudyBlue (free, iPhone and Adroid)

Designed for high school and college students, StudyBlue is a single-minded tool to help you memorize coursework. You can create your own flash cards and quizzes, as well as cop a look at other student-created flash cards (it’s sharing, not cheating). You can also directly import Evernote text into the app. (Note: An annual fee of $84 is required if you want to gain access to millions of other study guides.)

About StudyBlue
StudyBlue delivers the mobile and online study service that help students learn their stuff, for free. StudyBlue provides a Digital Backpack™ for students to store, study, share and ultimately master course material – working alone or together. Flashcards with images and audio, cloud storage for notes, personalized practice quizzes and free mobile apps are among the tools offered.
Michelle Lee
mlee (at) studyblue (dot) com