5 Apps For Students That Will Have You Wondering Where They’ve Been Your Entire Life

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It doesn’t matter how easy people tell you it is, you’re not imagining it. Being a university student is stressful! You have to keep track of so many different things at the same time, all the while taking care of yourself and trying to have a social life. So whatever can make all of that easier, it’s a good idea to open your mind to, and we’ve got just the thing. Or things. Here are 5 mobile apps that will have you wondering where they’ve been your entire student life.

1. Evernote

Evernote is all your notes in one place. You can use it on your computer and on your phone. You can take handwritten notes, you can save entire web pages in your notes, you can take recorded notes and do so much more. The best part is that it’s all connected to your email address so there’s almost no chance of losing your notes. If there’s ever anything you would like to remember but you’re not sure that you’re going to, just reach for Evernote on your phone.

2. Tick Tick

Making a to-do list can hardly be described as fun, but Tick Tick definitely makes the entire process that much less painful. You can make new todos with just a few taps and arrange them in the way that suits you (according to themes or according to the deadlines that you’ve set for a task.

3. Google Maps

We all know Google Maps but very few of us think to use it when we’re in school. If you’re in Level 100, to be honest, Google Maps is your best friend. It works very well on most campuses, and it can help you avoid being late for lectures and also save you from walking aimlessly about your campus looking for places.

4. LastPass

There’s nothing more annoying than forgetting the password to your school email and having to get it to reset. Or going to the ATM and remembering that … well, you don’t remember your pin. Oh, here’s an even worse one; changing the password to your laptop and forgetting the new password. LastPass is the only app that you’ll need if you’re tired of keeping track of your online and real-world passwords and codes.

5. Dollarbird

No one can prepare you for how hard it is to see where your money is going when you’re a student. However, Dollarbird can help keep track of your day-to-day spending so you know exactly what holes the money is disappearing down.

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