Thursday, April 12, 2012

Android Apps for Students

A really good list of Android App's which are useful to students has been compiled by the website Appstorm.Net. It goes through a list of twenty apps that the author (Dean Sherwin) found to be most useful to him as a student. It sorts the apps under the headings Productivity, Studying & Reference, Student Finance, and  Miscellanous and briefly describes each app, explaining how it is useful to the user.

Apps discussed include:

Evernote, a free notetaking App that allows users to save their notes, ideas and memos for easy access later on

Shareyourboard , a free app that enables users to take great quality snap shots of the white board in their classroom, thus allowing re-viewing after class

GPA Calc, a free & simple calculator which helps students calculate their grade point average by the entering marks from their modules; thus students can easily keep track of how they are performing in college. 

It also discusses the Aldiko e-Reader, a free eBook reader that stores your ebooks & PDFs in a library bookshelf format.

For any student with an android device, it is a list certainly worth taking a look at.

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