Evernote is free with a paid version available for those needing extra storage in the cloud. It works on both Android phones and tablets. From the developer: Key Features: - Works with Evernote Business: Capture, browse, search, and share Business Notes and Business Notebooks from your smartphone or tablet. Duolingo (Android, iOS want a bit of extra practice for your foreign-language course? Duolingo turns language learning into a game that encourages you to progress with achievements, a health bar, and reminders to play. EasyBib (Android, iOS if you want to skip trying to figure out which information to include in your citations, let this app do the work for you. Just scan the bar code on the back of your book and bam!
RealCalc Scientific Calculator (Android) or, pCalc (iOS forgot your calculator in the dorm, or even at home, and now you need it in class? Provided your professor doesn't mind you having a phone or tablet in your work space (might want to ask first these apps are great alternatives. Google Drive (Android, iOS) and, dropbox (Android, iOS) Not every assignment fits the note card study method. These two cloud storage apps offer a great place to keep your longer notes so you can study on the go.
Nicole Cozma/cnet, these apps will help you with classwork, homework, and studying, and also keep you in touch with the world outside of school activities. Now all you need to remember to do is use them. Premium feature: take notebooks offline to access them anytime, premium feature: allow others to edit your notebooks, premium feature: add a PIN lock to your Evernote app. Price: Free, download: From Google Play Store. Install your favorites from the list below: SimpleMind Free (Android, iOS when you're trying to write a paper, but just can't get your thoughts organized, try using a mind map. You can add ideas and then rearrange the chart connections to fit the assignment.