Millennial Perspectives

Top 5 Apps For Students

It's official – summer is over, and it's time to go back to school. Check our top five apps to help you stay organized this semester. by Michele Katsaris
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Slugbooks
Compare textbook prices on multiple sites. It’s like Kayak but for textbooks. You can search by title, ISBN or scan the barcode and see all of the sites that are selling the exact textbook that you need.

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Studyblue
Keep all of your notes and flashcards in one place. With Study Blue you’ll be able to create flashcards, notes and even browse through study guides. An easier way to study while you’re on the go.

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Evernote
Note-taking is brought to the next level with Evernote. Do everything and more than an original notebook all from your mobile devices. Create to-do lists, sketches and even turn your handwritten notes into a clean and easy to read study sheet.

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iHomework
Voted one of the top-rated education apps for staying organized. Keep track of all of your assignments, tests and deadlines to stay on top of your school work. You even have the ability to plug in grades, so you’ll always know your academic standing.

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iTunesU
Get access to thousands of universities from around the globe with iTunesU. Discover audio and video files, lectures, lessons, textbooks and other learning materials all in one app. If you’re college is using iTunesU then you may even be able to easily access your coursework at any time.

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