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5 Best Back to School Apps

Sep 03, 2014

When you think apps, you probably think games and shopping, but heading back to school there are tons of cool apps that can help you get on top of your homework and social life  - check out the 5 Best Back to School Apps!

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No.5: iHomework ($1.99)

Do you ever feel like your report card is a complete surprise? Well one great feature of iHomework is that it can help predict your grade beforehand. It's also great for managing to-do lists, assignments and classes.

iHomework will help organize your study timeiHomework will help organize your study timeCourtesy of Apple

No.4: Grammar App ($.99)

This app is straightforward and useful if need to write any reports and papers, it can help you do quick checks on any tricky grammar issue.

Not sure if that sentence sounds right? Try Grammar AppNot sure if that sentence sounds right? Try Grammar AppCourtesy of Apple

No.3: National Geographic World Atlas ($1.99)

If you geek out on geography, get ready to be amazed - this app comes with an interactive 3D globe, as well as maps in HD, a currency converter and more. 

No.2: EasyBib (Free)

Bibliographies can be really time consuming, so if you're doing a paper or project with a time crunch, just scanning the books or typing the name draws up a bibliography in any style you choose with EasyBib!

EasyBib is the perfect homework helper appEasyBib is the perfect homework helper appCourtesy of Apple

No.1: Brainscape (Free)

Brainscape is like flash cards, but so much better. Brainscape helps you find out how long it takes you to grasp a concept, and then tailors the quizzing to you!

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What app do you use most for school? Let us know in the comments section below!

 

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ezabel23

ezabel23 wrote:

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For anyone taking a foreign language (which I suppose is the majority of us), I sugge...
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myfriendlex

myfriendlex wrote:

i wish they did not cost money good thing i have a new gift card whoop whoop :)
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