Truth be told, there are quite a number of best iPhone apps for students on the web.
Opinions differ as to what goes into the top 10 lists for students and grads. The iPhone (or any other iDevice for that matter) is a fantastic tool if you want to make use of it properly. In view of this, here’s a popular compilation of some best iPhone apps for students, school and college graduates.
Amazon Student (Free)
Probably one of the best tools if you want to save a lot of bucks for the next book you need to purchase. This free app lets you compare prices of books right from the place you’re at – you know, may be the book shop! Just scan the barcode and Amazon Student will help you find deals that could save you more money.
Around Me (Free)
It feels weird at a new place when you don’t know directions to nearby places, or when you don’t know where’s the nearby restaurant or clinic or a book shop. Around Me is a neat little app that lets you find all those things easily right from where you are. Very handy app if you’re moving to a new place.
Graphing Calculator (Free)
This free app is a fantastic tool for mathematics grads and students. Put in your equations and you get the right graph which you want to look at.
Grades 2 (Free)
Back when I was in college, semesters where when I used to think deeply about what my exact grades would be, but never quite figured them out. But with Grades 2 you can mostly do that on your own and without much trouble. It’s a free little app that lets you find out your exact grades based on several criteria.
Mint.com Personal Finance (Free)
Mint’s iPhone app gets the first attention when you speak of finance management. You want to keep a track of your spending, see where you’re spending a lot in beautiful pie-charts and graphs and control money like a boss – this is for you. Mint.
Initially started out as a great library in your pocket, with several curbs Stanza has lost its charm. But it still comes with quite a number of free books – almost all of them classics – which you can read right from your iPhone.
Could we miss this app from this list? Evernote will be on any productivity list, any given time. It’s the app for taking notes in the most coolest fashion. And it’s a wonderful app.
This free app is for those who are looking for houses on rent and campuses where you can stay. When you join a new college far away from home, and you need to find a place to stay, Zillow will help you find something nice.
For all those times when you think Wikipedia will help – but you need something more with greater functionality – Wikipanion really comes as a great app. Full of information from Wikipedia, with the perfect bookmarking, saving and other functionality-oriented features.
Documents to Go (Price: $9.99)
This is the only paid app of our list and it brings with it, quite a lot of features that justify the price tag. It’s a complete document creation tool kit which lets you create doc and docx files right from your iPhone or iPad. Worth every penny.
So that was our best iPhone apps for students and grads list. Got more to add to it? Think we missed something very important? Do share with us.