7 Best college apps for Android: The life of a student seems always to be on a roller coaster ride when it comes to thinking about the college life. There are a lot more activities to do in college apart from managing your grades and studies. Today, because of smartphone the learning is made easy. There are several apps that can be helpful for any college student. It is obvious that you might have come across several tools that not only are great but only offers you what you need after you pay them a certain price.
Here is the list of 7 best college apps for Android smartphones that can help you learn a lot better and also allows you to have a little bit of fun while you take care about your grades. Let us get going.
Well, college is a place where you just not invest in learning but also meet new people, we took care about that too. Let us jump right to the list of the apps, shall we?
7 Best college apps for Android
1. Google Drive
Google Drive offers you with the functionality to use built-in apps such as Docs, Sheets and Slides on top of its cloud storage where you can save all your lectures, videos and audiobooks. The free version of the app gives you 15 GB of cloud storage; you can always upgrade by paying if you want to increase the storage size of the cloud service.
LectureNotes is an intuitive app that lets you save notes. It is just like a note taking the app, but there is more to it. The users can add videos, photos and even music files using the LectureRecordings and LectureVideos Plugins. The app has the built-in integration with Evernote, One Note or PDF so that you can export the saved data to any of these three. Also, you can import photos, audio and video recordings directly to the notes and later can re-arrange them too.
If This Then That or IFTTT offers you the ability to automate your Android device. The possibilities with this app are endless. You can automate your device in such a way that the smartphone automatically uploads certain documents, videos, and audio recordings at a particular interval to the cloud storage. You can also use this app to automate your day to day life by even putting in the timetable, and according to that time table, you can set your phone to go into silent mode while you are in class and then it can automatically get rid of the silent mode, stuff like that. IFTTT is dependent only on your imagination; there is nothing you can imagine which IFTTT won’t do for you.
4. 7 Minute Workout
Let us face it, during the college life as our schedule gets tighter and we tend to get busier in life we neglect our health. The 7 Minute Workout app lets you make time for a quick 7-minute exercise every day or the days you want the app to make you remind. The workout consists of over 12 exercises each to be done for 30 seconds.
Google Hangouts is one of the most useful in this list, and if we tag it the most ‘versatile’ amongst all, then we won’t be wrong. The Google Hangouts lets you meet and talk to your family and friends via the internet. You can even get your colleagues, college buddies and teachers to get incorporated in the online chat via the engine and can discuss a lot about your studies, and other recreational projects being run in the college. On top of all, it also adds up as a unique dating app also. You can have a chat with this new girl you met at the bar last weekend. Wink!
I’m sure that everybody who ever looked at some presentation online must’ve come across Scribd. Scribd has its app that lets you choose from a variety of online content in the form of documents, presentations, audiobooks, ebooks and articles. You can additionally find several academic dissertations, scientific studies, governmental reports and reports. Not only this app works in online mode, but also it can save the documents for offline viewing, and it syncs your data with all the devices that you use Scribd on.
Wunderlist is so far amongst the most versatile to-do list app available on the Google Play Store. The main reason for featuring this app on our list is because of what the app offers without taking a single penny from you. You can create your tasks, subtasks, to-do lists and you can invite other people with whom you want to share your projects with, and you all can interact using the chat option too. All in all, it is a complete package as a to-do list and organiser. And Wait! It does offer you an exquisite widget.
So, this was our list, and we’ve covered pretty much from every segment. Do let us know, what all apps are on your list.