You’re already in school and almost a month has passed. You’re getting the idea of this college experience, but you could use a little help. That’s what smartphone’s were originally designed for — to help the person on the go make the most of their time. Here’s a brief look at a few Android Apps to help you get the most out of your college years.
These are apps that will benefit any college or university student, from the liberal arts frosh to the seasoned physics graduate student, and everyone in between. Even better is that most are free! Even your professors might benefit from these apps. One app in particular must be on every college student’s phone. Scroll to the end to see that one.
StudyBlue Flashcards & Quizzes (Free, $48/yr Pro)
The average person goes to the bathroom 6 times a day. At least that’s what the Internet says. And you know you have your smartphone with you. Instead of texting your friend about the soul poop you just had, what if you just went through some flashcards or quick quizzes on stuff you’re having a hard time learning? That’s what StudyBlue Flashcards and Quizzes is all about.
There’s a huge library of already created flashcards and notes — over 250 million of them. And you can make your own cards and quizzes too. Your professor might even have published some specifically for your class. If not, why not suggest it to them? Imagine, six more study opportunities a day has got to make the difference between a C and a B. Eat lots of bran and you might get an A.