Best Phone Apps For Students
I only have time today to point you, Dear Reader, at a couple of items, as I have been having a very busy “holiday”!
I recently visited a tech site I haven’t had a chance to look at in a while, Chris Parillo’s Lockergnome (one of the “major” tech sites), and came across a timely article for students getting ready to head back to classes. Though the article focuses on the iPhone, many of the apps mention (if not all) have Android versions also. (And I think many of the apps are useful for all of us, not just students..)
Best iPhone Apps for Students by Kelly Clay
“This week, most high school and college students are enjoying a much-deserved break before the next semester (or quarter) begins. If you have a new iPhone this year, you may not realize the plethora of apps that can actually help you study better — and maybe even help your GPA, too. We’ve tried and tested some of the most popular apps designed for students in high school. Before you head back to the dorms or the cafeteria next week, check out this list of what we think are the best iPhone apps for students.” Read more..
Sorry I don’t have time for more.. I hope you all had a wonderful holiday!
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