I remember when I bought my iPad last september; the semester just started, and I was now facing the great task of being productive with an iPad.
Everyone can play angry birds for hours but maybe not write a decent paper and print it out afterwards (and no, you do not need a dedicated AirPrint printer for that). I once read an article
about this very topic which seemed rather like a list of popular recommended apps. Here, I am instead going to try to present iPad apps for education I like to use together. Each of them is doing a
great job, and they sure helped me ever since I installed them.
I’m currently studying sociology and political science. It’s not as boring as it sounds, and if you’re interested in peoples’ actions and patterns of these actions, you get to learn a lot of cool
stuff. But I’m talking apps now.
Besides talking about cool stuff, there is a lot of reading. And I say a lot. Most of you will be familiar with the Good Reader app. Good Reader offers a simple and unique way to open and manipulate/edit files.
And since you’re able to sync it with your Dropbox account or your Google Docs account you will always be up to date. If you’re like me and you think, sometimes, a stylus is useful for being
accurate for notes and…