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Useful Study Apps

study apps

These study apps will help you make the most of your time. Don’t just study harder, study smarter!


A favourite of our writers, Evernote is a great app to help with productivity. Make to-do lists, write notes, save photos and sync it all across your devices. Winner of countless awards, this is a ‘must-have’ app.


Dropbox is the best app for storing and sharing files. Always have access to your files from any location or source, excellent for working on the go. Group assignments are a breeze as well with all group members easily able to share and collaborate.

iStudiez Pro

iStudiez is an app that will revolutionise your study life. The app is free, although if you want to sync your data, you will need to pay $2.99 (for mobile devices) for the full version. Manage your study schedule, class timetables and assignment due dates. Use iStudiez Pro to take control of your study routine.


In a previous life, this app was named ‘Read it Later’ but is now known as ‘Pocket’. Ideal for student activities and just general browsing, this is another award winning app. If you come across something, you want to read later (or again) you simply put it in your ‘pocket’. This syncs across all your devices and allows you to read articles, look through photos and view videos whenever you need.

Quick Graph

Turn your phone into a powerful graphic calculator! With a simple to use interface, this excellent app solves complex equations with ease.

iTunes U

This app allows you to read and view courses/lectures from universities around the world. A great resource for furthering your understanding of your courses.


An expensive ($5.49) but powerful app. If you want the ability to handle large documents on your phone, annotate PDFs, create notes and draw/write on files then this is the app for you. Ideal for making notes as you read through potential references.