6 Least Known Apps Students Should Live Without


The life of a student is difficult; however, modern technology and innovation have made it much more manageable. Unlike before where students only depend on textbooks and what the professors teach, there's a wealth of information now through the Internet and various software. It becomes much easier as mobile technology introduced apps that allow students to be more productive and efficient. Here are some least known apps that will prove useful to students aside from the well-known ones, such as Dropbox and Evernote.


This is a good companion app for those who have difficulty with math, specifically algebra, geometry, and calculus. The app provides a step-by-step process to help you find a solution to any math problem. All you need to do is enter the math problem you have in the app and compare whether the solution you have is the same as the one offered.


Essays and thesis are two of the most challenging tasks any student can have. The most difficult part, however, is not the research and writing process but creating the list of citations where you have to be aware of the format you are using, such as APA or MLA. EasyBib makes the task easier by giving you the right citation when you enter the book title. Then, you can just copy-paste it to your work.


Chegg helps you save money by giving you information where to find textbook rentals so you don't have to spend a lot of money on brand new textbooks. Search for the book title you need and when it's available, order it so they can send it to you. Once you're done with it, you can use the service to rent the book to others as well.


How would you like to convert images of documents you have into PDF, Word, or PowerPoint files in an instant? OfficeLens is the app to make that dream into a reality. Simply take a picture of the document you need and convert it to Word, PowerPoint, or PDF with just a tap.


College life sure is a busy one. What with all those exams and projects to do and parties to attend. Clear helps you synchronize all your tasks as well as your devices so you can access and tick them off one by one easily.


In case you're not aware of it, TED Talk has an app which allows you to access its videos. Expand your mind as you get insights from experts, trailblazers, innovators, and visionaries from various fields and industries. This will give you a more well-rounded worldview instead of just depending on classroom lectures.

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