Studying is not always a bed of roses. The need to mix free time with study can lead to headaches, and the contents of notes can be difficult to access at times. Fortunately, technology makes our student life more bearable .

In view of these advantages offered by the new programs, we have created a list of the applications for university students that we most recommend.

Student applications that will make things easier for you

#1 Wunderlist

Sometimes, the variety of tasks that can be involved in student life can cause more than one slip-up. Wunderlist is a good ally in combating this apparent chaos. This useful application is the perfect tool for project planning , as it allows you to create an activity log and keep up to date with the pending tasks through a simple virtual agenda interface.

#2 Pocket

If you are not very fond of the Internet, you have probably come across more than one interesting text related to what you are studying, but it is too complete for you to give it all the attention you need at the time. Pocket allows you to save these web contents and then retrieve them from any platform : smatphone, tablet, laptop, etc. Much better than saving pages in bookmarks.

#3 TIME Planner

The perfect choice to plan and control every hour of our day. Time Planner is a great tool to keep everything under control and optimize time . Available for iOS.

#4 Kindle

The student’s life is linked to books. The Kindle gives you the ability to read eBooks on a variety of devices, which is very useful if you have trouble finding a title in libraries and don’t want to spend a lot of money on a paper book. Plus, with the Kindle you won’t even have to wait for books to come home – you can buy them with a couple of clicks on Amazon!

#5 CamScanner

CamScanner transforms virtually any Android or iOS device into an instantly ready scanner . Just take a picture of the document and a scanned version of it is ready to be shared and sent to other platforms within seconds. If you are a student, I think this tool should be part of your daily life.

#6 Caffeine

Caffeine, like the substance it refers to, makes it a little easier to concentrate on a text , especially if the dream threatens to start to loom. And, in fact, it has a similar effect on the Mac device you’re reading on. In short, this simple and practical application ensures that the brightness of the screen doesn’t diminish when you go for a while without touching anything, allowing you to read more comfortably.

#7 Dropbox

Possibly the queen of student applications, due in large part to its popularity. Dropbox allows you to create folders that can be accessed from multiple devices at once, which makes it one of the most practical options when doing group work from home . Each person can edit the documents posted in Dropbox and upload them back to the cloud so that the rest can work from the updated version.

#8 OneDrive

If you’re familiar with Google Drive, you’ll know that it’s one of the most convenient cloud storage options for editing documents in real time, allowing for collaborative editing of text among several people at once, without having to wait for someone to upload the updated version. Microsoft’s OneDrive does more or less the same as Google Drive, but has one advantage: integration with Microsoft Office , the most popular office suite .

#9 iWork

iWork is Apple’s alternative to Microsoft Office. It is relatively easy to use and allows to edit text and graphics comfortably .


#10 Evernote

Actually, this option is useful for anyone, but it deserves to be high on the list of student applications because of its versatility. Evernote is used to manage digital annotations in a quick and easy way. We are not talking about a NASA gadget, but if you are a student, this application will be very useful for you.

#11 Bonus: BibMe, a website for generating bibliographic citations

BibMe allows you to make one of the main headaches for students disappear: the writing of bibliographical references . With BibMe you search for the title, author or ISBN of the reference, select it and choose the style you prefer (APA, MLA, Chicago or Turabian). It is not an application in the strict sense of the word, since it is used through the Internet, but it is no less useful.