2014-08-08 13:37:11 - To have a great social networking with friends. Before you back to school, check a moment, did you download the most useful apps on your your mobile.
Evernote is a great app for keeping a schedule or reminders. It serves as a temporary notebook for things that don't need to be recorded forever, such as daily homework assignments.
Facebook is still the world's most popular social network and is more useful than ever. The chat system is incorporated into the app, making it easy for you to contact anyone. You can also use it to find out what your friends are up to. Posting things on your wall is surprisingly easy, and so is attaching photos or any other files. Facebook can be used as a tool for the teacher as well. Facebook pages can be created for groups of students to study together and ask questions,
or for the teacher to make announcements.
Do-Ez is a great app for students. It serves as a all-in-one app, allowing the user to chat, call, and text others. It can also create reminders, which can be extremely useful for students. Students can use the app to create events and invite others for things like going out to watch a movie or shopping. Do-Ez has an event wall that can be updated with statuses just like any other social network. Overall, DoEz's many functions makes it an excellent app for students that want to keep themselves organized while being connected to their friends at the same time.
Dictionary.com offers the entire English language in one app, meaning that you never have to go grab a dictionary and flip through hundreds of pages to look up a word again. To make it even better, it incorporates a thesaurus as well. The app is incredibly simple and easy to use; just type the word you're looking up in the search bar.
Google Drive is an extraordinarily usefull app for group projects, or just keeping your work safe in general. Google Drive allows you to access your cloud storage from your mobile device and edit or create any documents. However, the chat function that appears on the PC version does not appear on the app version, meaning that you won't be able to see anything anyone else says, unless they type it right onto the document.
Quizlet has always been a great reviewing tool on the internet, and now it has an app version. Quizlet offers many methods of helping you review for any kind of test, quiz, or exam. It includes flashcards, vocabulary lists with definitions listed beside them, and several different types of quizes and games. You can even take a set of vocabulary words that someone else has made, meaning that you can find someone reviewing the same subject as you and quiz yourself with their list instead of manually inputting every word yourself.