From the old convention of keeping notes, making to do list and memos comes a very handy tool for keeping the notes all at one place. Be it an important image in front on the board or from an article in the net, Evernote has it covered. The professor is giving important notes verbally that too fast, no worries, the app helps you save voice recordings into your notes. Evernote stands out in the front of all the other note taking apps because of its plethora of features for editing docs, attachments and clipping websites.
What makes Evernote a very healthy alternative to Google Keep and One Note is the seamless ability of cloud based storage and access from any device from any part of the world.
Google Classroom is a Learning Management System application for Android users out there. It is a platform for the teachers and students to meet at a platform be able to interact just like an actual classroom. A user wanting to conduct a class will create a new tab with topic name, section, room number and subject. The newly created class will then be ready for the students to join. They can join in via an invite code sent through text or can be added by the teacher. It also allows other teachers to join the same via invite.
Its more than just a bunch of people at one place. The students can be given assignments, questions, materials can be shared and even new topics can be added easily. It becomes a more intuitive way of communicating to the students than the conventional method. Now the teacher is basically available all day in a classroom!
The History of Everything
A very intuitive app for learning about the past. Developed by 2D, Inc this is a vertical timeline application that tells you about “the history of everything” in chronological order. Beautifully illustrated with 2D vector graphics like diagrams and minimalistic animations, the app doesn’t let your attention wander away.
There is basically nothing much to discuss about. History hasn’t been this interesting since long and hence you must try this app at least once.
Desmos Graphing Calculator
Developed by Desmos Inc, this graphing calculator is a good one to have. Different from your average phone ALU calculator, this calculator solves line equations, parabola, calculus in one go. A very user-friendly interface that lets you enter the values for the variables in the equation. The final result is a graph on coordinated inputs put into the equation. You can plot Cartesian graphs, Polar and parametric graphs as well.
The app works offline and needs no internet services to run. Moreover it’s free to use, hence making graphs pop out with animated parameters along with helpful tables to go with it.
Developed by ReadEra LLC, it has to be the best reader to exist in 2019. It has to be the simplest yet most powerful reader out there. It scans all the documents inside your device to be read automatically and supports almost all document formats such as PDF, Word, Epub, Mobi, Fb2, Djvu etc.
It’s difficult to find a reader which is ad-free and ReadEra is among the rare of those. Moreover the app is a very nice library management system that manages your documents and books pretty well.