10 helpful apps students should get right now!
With schools and colleges across the city reopening, we have identified some of the best apps to help students prepare for the upcoming academic year
 
Today, thanks to Trending Technology 2018, a student’s life is much easier with the numerous apps that help in making even the most mundane tasks simpler. The reality of our times is that every student, after a certain age, owns a smartphone or a tablet. Apart from just for the purpose of entertainment, there are several apps out there which are informative, educational and assist in the studying process.Now, with assignments being allotted online, and smartphones helping us get `smart’ in the literal sense, downloading some of these apps can be a godsend for students.
Sanchit Dang, a BBA student, says, “I’ve learned it the hard way that pen drives and hard discs are not exactly my best friends. I’ve lost notes two nights before an exam because my hard drive crashed. Dropbox is a really helpful app as it is a virtual drive, which saves all my data and syncs it to my phone and laptop, which makes it accessible anywhere, without the fear of losing it or the content getting erased.“
MORE RESULTS IN LESS TIME
 
We all know how frustrating it can be when a search engine doesn’t give us the exact answer we’re looking for and we have to go through multiple links of irrelevant information. Apps are designed to not only be user-friendly, but also show faster and more specific results. Sankalp Anand, a second year engineering student told us, “If I have to look for an answer for a complex quantum physics problem, a simple maths calculation or want to know which medicine I should be taking for a particular disease, WolfRam Alpha is an app, which does it all. It also helps me with research projects as it gives specific answers to questions like the unemployment rate in a particular state, or with a visual representation of the data. Even video tutorials are available for some questions on the app. The best part about it is that it’s different from any search engine I’ve ever used -instead of giving multiple vague results for something, it gives you the specifics. For example, if I look for HTML blue, it gives me the hex code, which makes it easier for me to work on any design software.“
APPS TO RESCUE YOU FROM OTHER
 
APPS You can spend endless hours on your smartphone, especially during study time doing literally anything else besides studying organic chemistry or the anatomy of a frog. For this purpose, there are many apps that help students concentrate better on their school or college work.
Anu Arora, the mother of a 15-year-old, said, “My daughter is always on her phone and phones can be so distracting. One notification and she forgets what she was reading, so for students nowadays, Self Control is a savior.“

See below 10 Helpful Apps

Ridlr: Bus,train,metro timings

Ridlr is an easy-to-use Public transport App. Get live timings and easy to use timetables of bus,metro,train and monorail travel in your city. Plan your city travel using multiple transport modes; with a route display on the map. Get live updates, alerts about delays, cancellations directly on your phone.
Price: Free with some paid features.
Available on: iOS and Android.

Trello – Organize Anything

Write your ideas down on Trello cards and arrange them in lists on your boards. Add details to your cards such as:

• checklists to keep track of to-dos
• comments to update your co-workers
• photos and videos
• who’s working on that card

Price: Free.
Available on: iOS and Android.

CamScanner -Phone PDF Creator

CamScanner helps you scan, store, sync and collaborate on various contents across smartphones, tablets and computers.

Price: Free with some paid features.
Available on: iOS and Android.

Alarmy (Sleep If U Can)- alarm

Alarmy (Sleep If U Can) is the innovative solution for those who just can’t seem to get up on time, even with an alarm clock. This app has been cleverly designed to force you to get out of bed. You set it up by registering a photo of an area or room in your house.

Price:  $1.99 on iOS and free on Android.
Available on: iOS and Android.

Dunno

A-research-it-later application, which helps you jot down things you want to know or research, but don’t have time to when it crosses your mind. It helps keep a record of all our ‘brainslaps’.

Price: Free.
Available on: iOS.

Toshl Finance

Pocket money often disappears before you know it. This app helps organise and keep a record of all expenses, with an option to add details.
Price: Free.
Available on: iOS and Android.

Pocket

Save articles, videos and other web content for later in a beautiful and optimized easy-to-view experience for your phone and tablet — even offline.

Pocket is your perfect mobile companion for commutes, travel, or curling up on your couch.

Price: Free.
Available on: iOS and Android.

Microsoft Office Mobile

Try the new Word, Excel, and PowerPoint apps! Now available for Android tablets and phones in the Google Play store.

Price: Free.
Available on: iOS and Android.

Duolingo: Learn Languages Free

This excellent app makes learning a second language easy, fun and convenient, with a number of daily challenges and tests to help you learn.

Price: Free.
Available on: Android.
You can add and remove ebooks via Wi-Fi to ensure you have all the books you need on your portable device. A free version is also available, but it is limited to just 20 books.
Price: $3.86
Available on: Android.
So, Hope you like list of most useful apps for android and iOS users.