If you’re going to school, you have to do everything possible to keep organized and make sure that everything gets done on time. You use every tool that is available to you. But are you using your iPhone? If you haven’t realized yet that your iPhone can be a very helpful tool for managing your college years, you will after you check out these great apps.
Here are some iPhone apps that you will want to try out:
When you’ve been up studying or doing an assignment all night, the worst thing that can happen the next day is sleeping in. Alarm Clock Pro is the perfect app to help you wake up to sounds you like, like your own music that fades in instead of blasting and scaring you out of bed. And of course, there’s a snooze function.
Everyone needs to have a task manager to help keep order in your life and this especially applies to students. There are a lot of task managers in the app store and some of them cost a lot but this one is free and filled with value. You can schedule tasks way into the future, set priorities for the, and reminders, too. When you’re done, just give the task a swipe and it’s marked as complete. It has a nice clean interface, too, which makes it really easy to use.
I’m sure you’ve had those moments when you wish that you could make a copy of something – a poster, a graphic, a table, or something else that would be handy to have come study time – but not had access to a scanner or printer. It happens to everyone at some point. But this app makes it simple to scan a document or picture or anything really and save it as a document that you can save or email and have access to at any time.
This app is very cool because getting enough sleep is important but getting quality sleep counts for something, too. This app works when you put it under your pillow and it monitors your patterns of sleep based on your movements. It will analyze the patterns and tell you if you’re getting a good night’s sleep. There’s also an alarm clock and a pedometer.
Keep important PDF files on your phone to be read anywhere you go. Integrates well with Google Docs and Dropbox.
#6 Google Drive
As a student you’re going to have tons of documents and storing them on Google Drive makes them accessible where ever you go. You can store pictures and presentations, too!
It’s always good to know how much money you have and what you’re spending it on. The Mint app lets you budget on the go and check your status at any time.