Social networking apps and games are what you will commonly find on smart phones of Indian students. Here are 8 not so common but must have apps for students:
1: Amazon Kindle:
Kindle certainly falls into the category of being one of the best e-Readers out there. A leader worldwide in both book and eBook sales, Kindle is one of the places you want to go if you’re starting a new collection of eBooks. The selection is top notch and it’s an excellent place to scope out new writers or find old favorites. The e-Reader is pretty decent as well. It comes with all the standard features, although you won’t find much aside from the standard stuff.
All the famous and most fascinating people are in your phone now! High-quality videos of different conferences from all over the world are waiting for you in TED—an application that has all business experts, educators, computer geniuses, music legends, and many other interesting people in it. Open your mind to something new!
|8 Not-So-Common Yet Important Android Apps For Students|
When you’re too tired to read the book for your literature class, listening to an audiobook will help a lot. Now you can spend your time productively when waiting in line or taking long walks.
Gaining budgeting wisdom takes time and effort, but everything will go much more smoothly with the help of Mint – a free app that will categorize and organize the expenses for you.
5: Volt Vocabulary:
Who don’t want to create an impression on anybody through immaculate usage of words.
This recently launched app is based on a bestseller book VoLT ( Vocabulary Learning Techniques). It’s very useful for students in general and the one’s preparing for any competitive exams or interviews in particular. With colorful pictures and mnemonic techniques attached to every word, its both a treat to watch and learn.
Get the app from HERE.
Evernote is the king of note taking apps, with a feature set that combines bookmarking, composing, clipping and more. You could even use it for a “to do” lists. If you really had to pick just one app for you study kit, it should be Evernote. It’s available on multiple platforms, usable in Web browser and mobile apps, comes with Web browser plugins and addons.
7: DU Battery Saver:
DU Battery Saver easily comes in as one of my favorite battery saver Android apps. There are various intelligent mode and pre-set options that you can set up to make sure you’re using as little battery as possible. It even has a few of its own widgets to make things easily accessible. All in all, DU Battery Saver is one of the best battery saving Android apps you can get.
8: Alarm Clock:
What set this apart from the other alarm clock apps are the customization options. You can even have it ask you things like math problems before it turns off the alarm.
I really hope you found this post useful. Do let us know if you wish to add more apps to this list via comments section below!
*Guest Post Submitted By Mrs. Smita.