The new school year is right around the corner, and we’ve got some great studying apps for making learning a little easier this time round.
These apps make the process of learning a little easier and a little more interesting. Most of them are available for both iOS and Android. Even if you’re not studying in a conventional sense, a few of these apps are still great for if you want to learn a new skill or just gain more knowledge about the world around you.
Here are our pick of the general studying apps for curing the back to school blues.
Quizlet Flashcards (Free, iOS/Android)
Retaining the knowledge you’re learning can be tough. It’s important to know what revision methods work best for you. Flashcards are a tried-and-true way to retain knowledge, which is where Quizlet comes in. Available for both iOS and Android, the app allows you to create your own flashcards and study sets, or find millions of existing flash cards from other students.
There are tons of available flash cards covering topics from scientific terms to learning a new language. You can study charts, maps, and other diagrams too. Turning flashcards into a game ensures it feels less like work and more like fun.
Expect to pay between $12 and $20 per year for the full service.
My Study Life (Free, iOS/Android)
As a student, it seems like you never quite have enough time to fit in studying, attending lessons, extra curricular activities, and having fun. My Study Life helps you organize your life to reclaim some of that time. You can easily enter classes, homework deadlines, exams, and revision tasks. Unlike a traditional calendar, this app is designed around semesters and rotating class schedules, so it’s easier to enter and adjust your agenda
It also comes with a built in task manager that integrates with your calendar. By treating your to-do list items as assignments, it makes it easier to track due…
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