It's always nice to relax during a summer break, but it's time to go back to school. No matter if you're an elementary or high school student, or perhaps you're attending college, we have some apps for you to check out.
There are tons of apps in the Google Play Store that students may be interested in, we've only selected our favorites. You'll find a rather diverse list of applications down below, so chances that you'll be interested in some of them is quite high.
All of these apps are really useful in their own right, and all of them have high ratings in the Play Store as well. Some of these applications are well-known, while others, not so much. The apps are not listed in any specific order, by the way, just so you know.
Google Classroom is a great service provided by Google. This is a great tool for schools / teachers to utilize in order to be in sync with their students. Google Classroom service can help students keep up with tasks, and it allows teachers to help them the best way they can. This app improves organization, enhances communication, and saves time. On top of everything, it's quite secure and really easy to set up.
If you want to plan out all your school tasks, there are many apps that can help you with that, and School Planner is one of the best ones. This application has a very simple UI, which is a good thing. It can keep your agenda for homework, exams, and so on. You can check out all those tasks in a handy timetable, and various themes are available here. The app has notification support, and you can back up all of this data to Google Drive if you want.
School is your digital studying assistant. This app allows you to keep up with your classes, as you can open up a new section for every class you take. Scheduling is also a part of the picture here, while you can add your literature to the app as well. A trigonometric functions calculator is also a part of this application, and the app's UI is really nice as well. Everything is shown with colorful icons, which makes it easier to use the app and organize everything.
Google Family Link for parents
Google Family Link is a great app to keep track of your kid's digital affairs. This is basically a remote control application for your kid's phone. Using this app, you can set digital ground rules for your kid. You can view their app activity, managed their applications, set various limits, lock their devices remotely, and so on. This will help you keep your child away from inappropriate content, and essentially help you keep him focused on school work.
If you're a math student, this application may come really handy. Photomath is a very well-known application which allows you to solve math problems. All you have to do is scan the assignment, and the app will solve it for you in digital form. The best of all, you can scan handwritten math problems, and the app will recognize everything. You will also get step-by-step explanations for every assignment, which is great for context and will help you learn.
If you've been wanting to learn a new language, or are struggling with the one you're studying… in comes Duolingo. This application has been around for a long time, and it's great for learning new languages. The app's UI is great, and it will guide you towards learning one step at a time. There are various levels that you can go through for each available language, so that you build up knowledge over time.
Study Blue is a study tool. This app can transform pretty much anything into study time. There are over 400 million flashcards available in the app, and over 10 million students use the application. You can create, study, and share your digital flashcards as well. It also allows you to customize your study material with images and video. You can quiz yourself using this app, and track your progress as well.
RealCalc Scientific Calculator
If you're in need of a really powerful calculator, look no further. RealCalc is one of the best calculator applications for Android. This app may not look great, but that's because this is a full-fledged scientific calculator transformed into a digital form. Every single function you find in a real-life digital calculator is included here, and all you have to know is how to use it. This app will also keep a history of your calculations, and it has a built-in help section as well.
Do you need a way to keep track of your classes on your laptop? Well, there's always Microsoft's Office suite, but if you want something free and great at the same time, Google has a solution. Google Docs allow you to write down anything you want, and it will automatically save it. It's an alternative to the Microsoft Word, and only one app from Google's arsenal. You can always download Sheets as well, and other apps that Google is offering as part of its suite.