These 6 Android apps will make college easier

 

College can be tough. Every day it challenges young people and, sometimes, it even feels like pulling it through is nearly impossible.

If you also feel this way, the good news is that you are a 21st-century student. That is, you have access to a huge variety of helpful tools and apps designed to make your life easier. In this article, you will find a list of the six best Android apps that will make your student life less stressful yet much more successful. Let’s see what’s there for you.

EssayPro: Essay Writer for Hire

Each of you should agree that academic writing is one of the toughest things students encounter while being in college. EssayPro makes it easy by letting you hire a professional essay writer who will help them cope with their assignments and get high grades with ease. So, this app takes a deserved first place on our list.

EssayPro is a top-rated essay writing service. The team of this service has been helping students succeed for over seven years already. And, now, with their official app, getting pro assistance with your essays, dissertations, and other assignments is even easier.

The tool is available on Google Play free of charge. It lets students have hundreds of expert writers with MA and Ph.D. degrees right at their fingertips and order their assignments on the go. Thus, if you want to make college easier and boost your performance, be sure to give it a try. It is an absolute must-have.

AnkiMobile Flashcards

After academic writing, the next biggest challenge young people in college face is test prep. Trying to get ready for their exams, students try various methods. They pull all-nighters, try cramming, use group studies, and do much more to ace their tests. But flashcards have been proven to be among the most effective methods.

The next app on our list brings powerful flashcards right into your smartphone. AnkiMobile Flashcards is extremely popular among students. It is available for both Android and iOS users. However, while it is free for Android, it comes at $24.99 in the App Store. So, you can guess that the quality of this tool is pretty high.

First day of classes on campus and at the new College of Business Howard L. Hawks Hall. August 21, 2017. Photo by Craig Chandler / University Communication.

With this tool, the process of test prep gets easier than ever. It lets you access thousands of ready-made flashcard decks on a variety of topics. It also lets you create your own sets.

Best part? This tool features cloud synchronization, which means that you can access your content from multiple devices, both computer and mobile.

Blackboard App

In today’s world, it is extremely important for students and teachers to stay in touch outside the classroom. Now, in the era of the pandemic, we have to get used to collaborating online, and Blackboard App makes this happen.

This tool is an LMS (learning management system) that has already gained wide popularity in the educational landscape. Many colleges and universities in the US have already adopted it. And it is one of the best apps for students to make their lives simple.

This LMS enables students to review their course contents and materials, view their grades, complete tests and assignments, participate in collaborative study sessions, and do much more. The best part of it is that you can do it all on the go. Thus, if you don’t have Blackboard yet, be sure to download it.

Evernote

Lectures and classes take most of the students’ time in college. As you already know, you have to take plenty of notes during them. The only issue is that taking notes the traditional way (i.e., using a pen and paper) is no longer effective. Such notes are hard to read, and they often get. But, luckily, there is Evernote.

If you haven’t heard of it before, Evernote is one of the most famous apps for taking notes and managing your tasks. It allows users to take notes quicker and easier and include different files in them. Also, it lets you create to-do lists, scan documents, save webpages, and synchronize your notes across multiple devices.

With this application, you will have all your notes, documents, and other important things stored in one place and accessible on the go. This is perfect for students who value their time and comfort.

Want to know what is the best part? Though it is extremely helpful and convenient, Evernote is a free tool. However, there is also a paid version of it that will give you even more cool features. And it comes at a pretty affordable price, so you should give it a try.

MindMeister

Often, the only thing that holds you back from writing a perfect essay or completing a brilliant academic project is an inability to put your ideas together and look at them from a larger perspective. The next tool on our list offers a solution.

MindMeister is a powerful app for visualizing your ideas. With its help, students can create mind maps, plan their projects and assignments, manage tasks and meetings, take notes, and do much more. The features inherent in this tool make it so much easier to handle pretty much any task, so we suggest all students try it.

You can get MindMeister from Google Play for free. The basic features are also available free of charge. However, there are a few paid plans that will let you unlock more features. Their prices range between $4.99 and $12.49, which is pretty pocket-friendly.

MyLifeOrganized

The proper organization of your schedule, tasks, and time is one of the main keys to achieving academic success. But we won’t sugarcoat it – self-organization and time management are definitely among those skills the majority of students lack.

Luckily, there is MyLifeOrganized. This Android application is perfect for managing and organizing your life and studies. With its help, students can keep track of all their tasks. The tool allows you to break big tasks into smaller, obtainable goals and become more productive.

Some other features included in MyLifeOrganized are priority setting and scheduling. These are available in the free version. There is also a paid plan for this app. It costs $29.99 and lets you access an even larger number of handy advanced features.

Altogether, the features provided by MyLifeOrganized will make your life in college simpler and much more productive. Try it right now to set yourself up for success.

The Bottom Line

Though being a student in college is associated with a large variety of challenges, in the modern world, there are plenty of tools that can help you handle any issue that comes along your way.

After reading this article, you know about the top six apps for Android devices that are proven to ease college life. Each of these tools is a must-have for college students. And, of course, there are even more tools that students can leverage to reach academic success.

So, all you need to do is find what works well for you and use the available opportunities to become your most productive self.

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