5 apps to ‘survive’ college king-size!


The truth of our modern times is, that you probably won’t find a student who does not use innovative gadgets. But the positive is, that students use different mobile applications not only for entertainment, but for studying as well.


Yes, that’s true! And especially when Apple and Android provide dozens of programs and apps for college students that can be very informative and useful, if you want to keep up with the times and boost your studying process. Every student probably knows plenty of applications that fit his or her needs most, but there are still some tech mobile “helpers” no student should try surviving college without.
So here we present 5 wonderful applications that will make your life easy.

1. WikiHow 

Wondering what to do? Or, how to do it? Wikihow gives step-to-step guide to your goal. Purely algorithmic in nature, it is very easy to use and literally, the “mother of all DIY apps.” On Wikihow, you can find a DIY hairdo to relationship to-do’s. All of everything!

2. ePathashala NCERT App

Under Narendra Modi’s Digital India project, HRD Ministry came up with application that contains all NCERT books from 1st to 12th standard. This will help teachers, students and civil service aspirants to track the study material. No bulking up of books now!

3. Inshorts 

A very popular app amongst busy youngsters, it is a news app that selects latest and best news from multiple national and international sources, and summarises it all to present in a short and crisp 60 words or less format. The best part is that it is personalized for you, in both English or Hindi.

4. Notesgen 

Notesgen is a simple way to share your notes, make learning awesome, and also earn from your spurs.
This is how you ace your performance with study notes prepared from like-minded students all over the world using technology. Get beautifully-handwritten or typed study notes, assignments, projects, presentations, etc. to learn and master various concepts right from school, university to competitive exam preparation like JEE, AIPMT, CAT, CLAT, IAS, GMAT, and beyond.

5. Quora

Quora is an amazing interface, where you ask a question and millions of people answer you. You can ask anything and everything. Its amazing an social network where you can socialise as well as get information on platter.

About The Author

Srishti Jaswal (MCM College 36)

Srishti Jaiswal (MCM College 36)

I am doing psychology hons from MCMDAV College.
I love travelling and cooking.
I am DIY enthusiast.


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