Apps Every Student Needs

Apps Every Student Needs
9 August 2018    Lisa Clark    0 comments
Apps don’t just need to be for entertainment there are a heaps of apps available to help you with your study as well as day to day life! 
So we’ve picked the top 6 that will help you do life, get organised and make your everyday life easier.
Check them out below.


This app will help you create anything from design presentations to social media graphics and everything in between. With its easy drag-and-drop features and pre made layouts, becoming your own graphic design whiz is easier than ever.


Coffitivity recreates the ambient noises of a cafe to boost your creativity and help you work better. Supported by science and backed by a community of creative people using the app every day, Coffitivity is the perfect addition to your workday arsenal! If you find it hard to fill the silence while you study then Coffitivity is about to become your new best friend.


This app is a lifesaver, not only points out any spelling errors you have made, but also the punctuation and grammar you should be using. It’s like a proof reader in your pocket. Our sneaky tip, is to pay for the pro version so you can use the app to its full potential.

IStudiez Pro

If you're the planning type, then you are going to love this app! The app manages your class schedule, teacher contacts, and upcoming assignments/tests. It's a school-specific calendar app and to-do list beautifully rolled into one. Hells yeah.


Documents is the ultimate app for accessing all of your files and annotating PDFs. It can be confusing to keep track of where certain files are, especially if you use multiple services like Dropbox and Google Drive. Documents works with all of them to show you all of your stuff in the one place. You can edit Microsoft documents, annotate PDFs, browse photos, and read e-books in one app. Life changing right?

Scanner Pro

Part of being a student is having to deal with lots of papers. Scanner Pro will help you easily scan any paper or receipt with your iPhone's camera and save it as a PDF. From there you can save files to cloud storage services like Dropbox and Google Drive. 


RefMe will put together your citations and bibliographies, which will save you hours of time at uni. This epic app uses your phone's camera to scan a book's barcode and create a citation formatted in MLA, Chicago, or whatever format your school uses. # happy days

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Lisa.jpg Bondi-based freelance journalist, blogger & #girlboss, Lisa Clark, has an acute appreciation for travel, fashion and photography. Through this lifestyle, Lisa creates beautiful and inspiring content across her Instagram @iamlisaclark and her blog
When she isn't writing for Skillsroad you can find her at the beach with her dog Levi or working on her Social Media Company We Are The Hunted, shooting (and eating) food for her hospitality clients.


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