4 Popular Study Apps for Students

4 popular study mobile phone apps

As a high school or college student, finding the right study tools can make a significant difference in your academic success. With the advancement of technology, there are now numerous study apps available that can help you stay organized, improve your learning, and ace your exams. In this blog post, we will explore 4 popular study apps that are highly recommended for students like you. So, let’s dive in!

Numerade Mobile App

Of course us! We’ve rigorously developed our mobile app to not only be convenient but also as helpful as possible for busy students. Through our app, available on iOS and Android, students can access our 100M+ step-by-step textbook solutions, ask our educators for custom answers, and get instant homework help from our AI tutor, Ace!

Additionally, exclusively on our mobile app is Snapsolve! Students can take a picture of their exact textbook problems using their mobile device, upload it to our platform, and receive a custom solution. This way students don’t have to worry about typing out complicated math problems or writing out lengthy word problems. They can quickly upload their questions and receive homework help.

Trello

We all remember what it was like to be stuck in a group project where organization was not emphasized amongst the group members. Well, that’s where Trello comes in.

Trello is a fantastic tool for organizing your study tasks and projects. Students can this app to create lists and cards to track progress with relevant due dates and files. They can even collaborate with classmates, making it ideal for group projects. 

Grammarly

Whether you’re writing an essay or preparing a presentation, good grammar and spelling are essential. Also, it’s not a bad idea to have an extra set of eyes on your work! 

Grammarly is an intelligent writing app that checks your text for grammar, punctuation, and style errors. It offers suggestions for improvement, helping you enhance the quality of your writing. We strongly recommend that you still find someone to review your work, even after you use Grammarly!

Focus@Will

Ever heard about The Mozart Effect? Simply put, researchers believed that there was a strong correlation between students listening to Mozart while studying and an improvement in information retention and recall. Well, as it turns out, it doesn’t have to be exclusively Mozart during study sessions, it’s been found that any genre can trigger the same effect. This is what makes Focus@Will such a solid study app.  

As we said, listening to the right music can improve your focus and productivity while studying. Focus@Will is a unique app that provides curated playlists designed to enhance your concentration. It uses neuroscience-based music to help you stay in the zone and avoid distractions.

The Wrap-Up

So, there you have it – 4 popular study apps that can revolutionize the way you learn and study. If you’re looking for some helpful organization apps check out our last blog post! Experiment with these apps and find the ones that work best for you. Remember, the key to success is finding the right tools and techniques that align with your learning style. Happy studying!

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  • Rob Shield

    Rob Shield is based out of Columbus, Ohio. As Numerade's copywriter, Rob uses their extensive background in education to inform and shape the topics and content posted to the blog for educators, parents, and students alike.