13 Best Apps for Studying- A Must Have for Students

Looking for the best apps for studying to improve your productivity? Are you in search of a stress-free study life?

Nowadays, there is an app for almost everything. We choose the best 13 apps to boost your productivity. So stop procrastinating, take some notes and get shit done!


Here are the  13 best apps for studying that every student should have.

#1 Pandanote

Pandanote is is a smart text editor which automatically summarizes your notes and creates fill-in-the-blank tests.


#2 Wikiwand


Wikiwand is turning the design of Wikipedia pages into a great and minimalist user experience. It’s available for mainstream browsers (Chrome, Safari, Firefox, …). We highly recommend it.


#3 Coursera


Coursera is one of the leading providers of MOOCs. Each of the 1000+ courses on Coursera is taught by top instructors from the world’s best universities! Learning on Coursera is fun but requires some basic self-discipline. 


#4 Wunderlist

Best Apps for Studying

Wunderlist is a simple to-do list and task manager app that helps you get stuff done. Free. Fast. Easy. Simple. It’s cross-OS compatible (iOS, Android, Mac, Windows). Wunderlist is a Berlin-based company and was acquired by Microsoft in 2015.


#5 Franz


Franz is a free messaging app that combines chat & messaging services into one application. Skype, Messenger, Telegram, Slack, Whatsapp and much more. It’s really useful and has the name of a former Emperor of Austria…


#6 Slack


Slack brings all your communication together in one place. It’s real-time messaging, archiving and search for modern teams. A MUST HAVE. Say bye-bye to all the irrelevant emails you used to send to your friends while working on a project. It’s a great tool for teamwork.


#7 Numi


Numi is a beautiful calculator for Mac OS X that blends math with text. Currency, units, time zones, numeral systems, variables, export, notification widget. Just the best.


#8 Pocket


Pocket enables you to quickly saved every articles, blog posts or websites into your phone to read them later. It’s easy to implement and it’s providing a great user experience.




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