Digital Education: Best Android Apps for Students

Android tablet Here's a roundup of the best Android apps that students can use for the new school year. // Photo Source:

The fall semester is just right around the corner, and students everywhere are gearing up for another exciting new school term. But unlike previous generations of students, today’s youths are keeping up with the latest trends in technology to supplement their studies. Previously, we did a feature on the best apps for students using the iOS platform. This time around, we’re featuring great apps for students who are Android users. From homework management to keeping tabs on athletic events, here are some choice Android apps that students can use to make their daily life in school that much easier.

The App:

Overview: Manage all your slideshow presentations right on your smartphone or tablet.

Price: Free

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If you’re constantly doing class presentations for various subjects in school, then this handy app is helpful in saving and organizing all the slideshows you’ve made so you can have easy access to an archive that will let you get insight on what you’ve previously done, and what you can still do in future projects.

 

The App:

Overview: Logging your exercise routines and connecting with other athletes has never been this easy.

Price: Free

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TribeSports originally started out as a social networking site for sports enthusiasts, and now the site has come up with an Android app that allows athletically-inclined students to monitor their physical training as well as getting fitness tips and inspiration from other users of the app.

 

The App:

Overview: Get updated with free online courses through this incredible app.

Price: Free

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With more than 100 participating international universities and academic institutions, Coursera allows students to link with other users and get insider information on the latest in the world of global academics by means of shared notes on various courses and video lectures from top instructors.

 

The App:

Overview: A handy calendar app that not only looks great, but works great too.

Price: Free

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Android users can now rejoice at the fact that the ultra-popular calendar app, Sunrise, is finally made available for mobile devices. With a gorgeous design and intuitive user-friendly features, the app is a godsend for students wanting to manage their daily schedule with something pretty and functional.

 

The App:

Overview: Keep tabs on your daily expenses with this helpful money management app.

Price: Free

You Need a Budget

If you’re a stickler for keeping track of your expenses so you can find out if you saved more and spent less on your tight student allowance, then You Need a Budget is right up your alley. Keep track of your personal finances on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis even when you’re on the go. While YNAB gets our recommendation because of its features, reputation, and , only its mobile app is free. You would have to pay up to USD $60.00 for the full suite

For a free suite with a lot of positive press, you may be interested in , an immensely popular choice, though at the time of writing only works for the US and Canada. For a free mobile-only solution that helps you handle multiple currencies and accounts, may not be as flashy, but its CSV export ability, Dropbox and Google Drive integration, flexible categories, and ability to store images of your receipts from your camera, more than make up for its interface.

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