Here’s an awesome list of iPhone and iPad apps to help you with your studies! Have you used any of them? Which is your favorite?
Do you recommend any other apps? Please comment and discuss!
Periodic | By JohnsonTech, LLC
Periodic is an ad-free and complete reference to the Periodic Table of Elements. It includes useful information such as an element’s atomic weight, electron configuration, melting point, boiling point, atomic radius, ionic radius, and discovery year.
National Geographic World Atlas | By National Geographic Society
Easy-to-use, feature packed, and containing the world’s best maps, the National Geographic World Atlas enables you to browse, search, and zoom detailed maps of the globe.
iStudiez Pro | By Andriy Kachalo & Michael Balashoff
Unique built-in planner lets you input and easy manage all types of schedules including classic, alternating (A & B weeks), rotating and block schedule.
Not only you can enter most common course details, but also add instructors with all related information such as office hours, affiliation, phone number and email address. As well you are welcome to add holiday periods and even cancel separate classes in case of outstanding events.
In addition, you are supplied with an expanded set of icons designed especially for iStudiez Pro to mark your class types and extracurricular activities. Color labels are available for your convenience to mark each particular course.
Evernote | By Evernote
Evernote turns the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad into an extension of your brain, helping you remember anything and everything that happens in your life. From notes to ideas to snapshots to recordings, put it all into Evernote and watch as it instantly synchronizes from your iPhone to your Mac or Windows desktop.
Cram | By SimpleLeap
Studying for an exam is now easy, simple, and fun with Cram. Study with flashcards on your iPhone or iPod Touch and use multiple-choice for practice of the material. When your test is over, Cram grades and records your test performance so you can track your progress.
Convert – the unit calculator | By tap tap tap
A fantastic, easy-to-use, and inexpensive conversion tool!
CliffsNotes® | By Modality Inc.
Ace your class with the help of CliffsNotes® for Apple handheld devices. The brand you trust for fast, effective, and comprehensive literature review has been reinvented for the small screen to give you anywhere, anytime access to character, theme and plot summaries and analysis; interactive quiz features; and audio CramCasts covering the great works of literature.
Margins | By Architechies
Margins keeps your notes organized by book and page number. Each note can contain a quote and a comment, so you know exactly what caught your attention and precisely what you thought about it. You can even search for keywords in your notes. Try doing that with paper!
Margins keeps bibliographic information right beside your notes, and if your book has an ISBN it can even look it all up for you. And since it’s all stored on your iPhone or iPod touch–a device you probably keep with you all the time–you’ll never leave your notes on your desk or in the library.
Bento | By FileMaker, Inc.
Manage contacts and club members, coordinate projects and parties – even track vet bills and vehicle maintenance in one, easy-to-use application. Bento® for iPhone is the portable version of the popular personal database from FileMaker® that’s as easy to use as your iPhone or iPad!
YouNote Lite | By Sophiacom
YouNote allows you to take quick notes on all sorts of information. This information is accessible at all times.
With YouNote, you can take different types of notes like AudioNote, PictNote, DrawNote, TextNot, WebNote and MultiNote.