What are the best apps helping me study?

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    #1Flashcard Hero

    Flashcard Hero

    With this tool, you will able to create cards that will help you to study, prepare a presentation, show your homework and remember and clarify things you have studied. You cand add notes, images, videos, and animations in any card to help you in your days at school

    Software

    Mac

    Patrick Hamilton
    Written on January 1, 2018
    "This is a good response. Offering an android app as well would be good though as yu dont know the user's platform. "
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    #2Duolingo

    Duolingo

    With the Duolingo app, you can practice and improve your speaking, reading, listening and writing skills while playing games at the same time. Just answer questions and complete lessons to improve both your vocabulary and grammar skills.

    Apps

    Web, Android, iOS

    Free

    Terry Brooks
    Written on January 13, 2018
    "I find Spanish interesting and Duolingo has helped me a great deal in learning this language.I may not have perfected speaking Spanish abut I have improved a lot with time.Its such and amazing and interesting app that has also helped me with my writing skills."
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    #3iStudiez Pro

    iStudiez Pro

    iStudiez Pro allows students to organize their schedules in a very easy way. It´s also a really useful tool for tracking their projects and assignments.


    Apps

    iOS, Android, Windows

    $2.99

    Kelly Garrett
    Written on January 3, 2018
    "I don't need a paper planner anymore. I use this instead. This keeps me organized. I know when all my exams are. I also keep track of when my homework is due. Now I am never late with my assignments. I am also ready for my tests all the time."
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    #4Evernote

    Evernote

    Evernote is an app that allows users to create all kinds of notes and keep all their ideas organized and collected in the same spot. The app also offers a lot of tools to share ideas and even create agendas for their teammates.   

    Apps

    Web, Android, iOS, Mac, Windows

    Free- Varies by plan

    Larry Walker
    Written on January 5, 2018
    "Sure, this app could be fun to use for sharing texts and videos with other people but as a tool for studying, it didn't meet expectations. Working with this app and wrangling with my papers and and trying to organize everything into the app made it more tedious. In my opinion, it wasn't really any more effective than sitting in a library with your study materials. "
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    #5Dictionary.com

    Dictionary.com

    Dictionary.com is an app and website that serves as an online source for English definitions, word origins, synonyms, audio pronunciations, slang phrases, and much more. It works both online and offline.


    Apps

    Web, iOS, Android

    Free

    Helen Delgado
    Written on January 13, 2018
    "You know what else works offline? A dictionary. I've got a physical one, and I've got one built into my word processor. You know what neither of them have? Pop-up ads. Also, if I want pronunciations, I can just ask my wife, "Hey darlin'. How do you say this word that's here?" And she's like, "It's not 'word that's here.' It's Worcestershire." Or if it's a slang word, I'll just ask the grandkids."
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    #6NoteLedge

    NoteLedge
    NoteLedge is a notepad for iOs, Android, Windows and Mac that allows you to write and organize your notes, save pictures, record audios and videos, and much more, in just one place.
    Apps

    Web, iOS, Android, Windows, Mac

    Emily Lin
    Written on March 23, 2018
    "NoteLedge is a great app that helps me with my students. I can take notes with audio recording, take pictures of the whiteboard or slides, and review my class notes at any time. The best thing is I can organize everything together and add my own thoughts, and share with my study group."
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    #7TED

    TED

    The TED app lets you see all the talks from the media organization and bookmark them for later viewing. You can also listen to podcasts and download videos or audio files for offline playback. There are subtitles in 100 languages available.

    Apps

    Web, iOS, Android

    Free

    Luis Alberto Madrigal
    Written on January 5, 2018
    "TED is pretty neat in that I can learn from it or use it as background noise for entertainment. I wanted to find some info for a project I'm doing on political subjects. I needed info on this, but I really didn't feel like reading a bunch of material. That's the beauty of TED, it's information and study material voiced for you to hear. Most of it is speeches, if not all of it though."
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    #8EngVarta

    EngVarta

    EngVarta is an educational application that lets users connect with live English experts, who are readily available to help improve their communication skills and enrich their vocabulary. 

    Apps

    Android

    Free

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Best What are the best apps helping me study
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1Flashcard HeroSoftware 14 Paid
2DuolingoApps 11 Free
3iStudiez ProApps 10 Paid
4EvernoteApps 9 Free
5Dictionary.com Apps 7 Free
6NoteLedgeApps 5 Free
7TEDApps 4 Free
8EngVartaApps 2 Free
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