The best Android apps for college students will make your study a bit more easier. Whether you are in an online classes, or just taking a traditional school, but being a student can be a tough at times.
Android Apps for College Students
Here are listed some of the top college student Android apps. The apps will help you at the times when you are in studying, exams, part-time jobs, assignments, and more useful activities.
StudyDroid is a free app which purposed to create, build, manage, and study with flashcards. The app also allows you to use numerous database of cards made by other users, the official site claims over 10 million to add to your app library.
Evernote is a great note taking free app that works with any web app and the desktop program on your gadget. So if you need to take a note directly using your smartphone, whether it’s a text, voice recording or just a snapshot, it would be done easier using Evernote. This app allows you to sync the note to PC or to the online Evernote account.
Droidscan app is a free app that enable you to take screen pictures using phone’s built-in point-and-shoot camera and then it saves them as high resolution documents (usually PDF fils), this app acts as a full or partial document scanner. Even the free version converts your captured screen into .jpeg or .pdf format at a high resolution. The Pro (paid) version enable you to use more features like upload with Gdocs, combine multiple images into one file, and smart sharing of your multi-page .pdfs.
Since Wikipedia is one of the most complete website which internet can’t live without, so I better to say that WikiDroid is a must have app for you as a student. You will get the benefit of browsing Wikipedia content for free, search all the articles, incase you need to get resources on your research assignment.
Gdocs for Android
Students should know that Google Docs is useful for numerous reasons. Now you can access your work using any Android device, saved every few seconds and even it’s easier to use for organizational purposes. The Gdocs apps allow you to access your files, generate PDF file from your work, import and export of any documents right from your desktop, and even share files with this free app and you are allowed to print directly from phone via Google Cloud to any printer that connected to the internet via a Wi-Fi or PC.
ShareYourBoard is a simple app that offers you an easy way to take snapshots of the whiteboard in a classroom and you can share them with your friends. Since the release of this app, it really has won numerous awards.
Cash4Books Scan & Sell Books
Cash4Books helps you to make sure that you will get the most money from selling your used textbooks. Simply scan your textbook’s barcode before take them to campus’ buyback, and the price how much Cash4Books will pay for the textbooks. If you really want to sell, just print a postage-paid shipping label and mail your books to the address listed on the Cash4Books app. You’ll be paid directly to PayPal account or you can order for a check payment mailed to your door.
Class Buddy – The Student Planner
ClassBuddy is a useful app for organizing your classes, studies, homework, and more. You can input all of your studies, classes, due dates, exams, exam test scores, and grades in one box. You will get helpful reminders, and it bring you the calculation of your GPA, and even manage expenses. The app really has good features, one of them is that it can exports files to any email or simply send it to Google Docs.
CoursePro is a good app for students on course, who don’t like the use of calendars or to-do lists in purpose for tracking the assignments. CoursePro enables you to easily track all the assignments, work due, work finished, and even it track how you’re performing in terms of the results.