Students everywhere heading back to school are looking for apps to help them get organized and do well in school. Be prepared, get your books, take notes, study, track grades, and more. Here are some of our favorite apps to help students be successful.
Summer will be over before we know it and it will be time to go back to school. Here are some apps to help teachers to streamline their workflow and bring their teaching into the 21st century. From iClickers and grade books to attendance and presentations, these apps will wow your students and save you precious time, all from the comfort of your iDevice.
For many people, alarm clocks are essential to get the day going. With the iPhone starting to replace so many of our daily devices, it is only fitting that we have an AppGuide to present the top apps to replace your physical alarm clock.
In ye olden days, to find the meaning of a word you had to search through a 10 pound book filled with tens of thousands of words. That took a lot of time and effort (even sometimes getting your hands dirty with ink). The apps in this AppGuide compress that book to the size of your phone and make searching for words a breeze. With a readers request, we have now added Cambridge Dictionary to this wonderful guide that makes looking up words less of a chore.
Last night, Textbooks hit the App Store. The application, which is natively compatible with the iPad and currently available for free, allows users to download digital textbooks at 30-50 percent off the list price.
The SAT is an extremely important and stressful test that most of us must take. Trying to figure out the best way to prepare can just add to that stress. There are literally thousands of books and tutors who offer services to those taking the exam. Although those options are a great way to study, they can be expensive and sometimes ineffective. Luckily, these apps can be a fantastic supplement to your studies.