By Charles Javelona
Grammarly fixes all of your typos in your most import papers for professors and emails to recruiter.
Helium floats a small browser (for Netflix) above your other windows, so you can watch shows on mute while taking notes in class.
Evernote is the best note-taker and organizer out there. Public/private notebooks, to-do lists, tables, web clippings, attachments – it's everything you need to crush that frustratingly boring required class.
Paperspade lets you type your math homework. Your professor and the environment will thank you.
Pocket lets you save for later. Put articles, videos or pretty much anything into Pocket.
Dropbox is useful for storing, and ensuring safe storage especially, of important working files, class syllabus, and anything else important to a student.
Great studying tool. Tons of flashcards already created based on specific classes, schools. Why reinvent the wheel when most likely the flashcards have already been created by another student that had the class before. Allows users to create and share flashcards.
Easily scan paper hand-outs and transform it to PDF with searchable text. You can also annotate on documents in the app. A utility app for students.
The same as Dropbox for storing. This time you can create documents, excel spreadsheets, power point presentations online and share it with your group without ever leaving your dorm.
Mint allows you to connect your financial accounts and lets you see an overall view of where you spend your money. It also helps make a budget and add financial goals to help with your student expenses.
At Khan Academy, You can learn anything for free. Expert-created content and resources for every course and level.