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Top Apps for College Student Survival Infographic

Today’s student is more in tune with technology than ever before, and this app guide from shows how students can make the most out of the college experience. From finding a date to making new friends, keeping your focus to taking better notes, the Top Apps for College Student Survival Infographic outlines the smartphone apps no college student should live without!

For Note-taking
  • Evernote
    Evernote is the most widely used study app and for good reason. The app syncs all your college work to an online account so you’re always connected with resources to study.
For Studying
  • BenchPrep
    BenchPrep is an interactive course library with hundreds of practice questions, flashcards, in-app purchases and almost 600 study lessons.
For Reading
  • Chegg
    Textbooks are ridiculously expensive, and Chegg offers you the option to rent online versions of your books for less. You can search by title, author or ISBN! Easy!
For Writing
  • Dragon Dictation
    Dragon Dictation uses accurate voice recognition software to let you speak Recording and instantly see your words in text. Write essays with ease, and update your social networks with speech.
For Referencing
  • Easybib
    EasyBib generates citations In MLA, APA and Chicago style by scanning a books bar code or by entering the title. The app also lets you easily email and export the bibliographies to yourself.
For Sheduling
  • iStudiez
    iStudiez keeps track of your class schedule, assignments and grades. The app will even tell you what score you need to get on the next test or assignment to stay on track toward your final desired grade for the class.
For Calculations
  • Wolfram Alpha
    The Wolfram Alpha reference app uses its supercomputing abilities to quickly generate answers to any and all your research questions.
For Avoiding Distractions
  • Studious
    Don t ever be distracted by your phone again with Studious. Input your class schedule and the app will silence your phone during those hours.
For Managing Finances
  • Mint
    Grub drinks, books, fees, the facets of college life add up quickly! Mint is a web and mobile app that helps you keep track of your spending.
For Finding Romance
  • Tinder
    Tinder allows users to swipe yea or nay in your area and connect on a mutual yea. While the pure hook-upiness of the app is immediate to anyone, actual traditional dates abound on the site as well.
For Meeting Up
  • MeetUp
    MeetUp allows you to find, meet, and organize with fellow enthusiasts in your area who have a shared interest. Looking for some buddies to go canoeing with? MeetUp can help!
For Career Building
  • LinkedIn
    Linkedln is a way to keep in touch with employers and co-workers at Internships, but perhaps more importantly it allows you to meet new people based on similar interests or those who attend your college or university.
For a Food Fix
  • Just Eat
    Punch in your postcode and the Just Eat app finds a range of takeaways near you. The app allows you to filter takeaways by customer rating and your preferred cuisine and you can pay securely on your card!

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