Whether you’ve been studying at university for years or are just about to head into your first year there will be a few helpful apps you can get on board with.
Do you need help with your finances, studies or even dating?
There WILL be an app for you…
An app with an extensive database of funding options for students, which includes scholarships opportunities from The Bank Of England, The Vegetarian Society, and the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation.
Get the best deals on supermarket items with the MySupermarket app. Each time you create a shopping list on the app, it will compare your basket across all major supermarkets to tell you which shop has the lowest prices and whether there are any special offers on.
Buy and sell your textbooks with Fatbrain. You can scan barcodes through the app so you don’t have to enter them all manually, saving you time.
A money saving app for students that works out just how much you can realistically save by your spending habits. Communication goes through messenger so its super simple to use, communicate and save.
If you are an avid online shopper then Quidco is for you, It’s one of the longest standing cashback sites, meaning you can earn money if you shop at your favourite retailers.
All you have to do is shop through the app and watch the cashback roll in.
SoundNote is the best way to take audio notes during meetings, lectures, and interviews. You can also type and draw your own notes without interrupting the recording.
StudyBlue is basically a study library where you can make and share materials, search for recommended study content from classmates, track progress, set reminders, and create custom quizzes.
StudyBlue boasts over 400 million flashcards, notes and study guides.
Keep track of classes and add events to weekly/multi-week schedules with task reminders.
They say they are the top flashcard and notecard tool around. Memorise like a pro with Flashcards+ by Chegg.
Study anywhere at any time.
Turn your iPhone into a portable scanner and convert your documents and receipts into a text document. Scanned documents can be emailed, exported to photos, uploaded to online services, saved to you iPhone or iPad, printed, and/or faxed.