Looking for the best study apps before you hit campus?

Here are 3 must-have apps that we wish we had before!

Are phones still not allowed in classrooms these days? Well, it doesn’t matter, because these three apps can be used out of school to help you excel.

Goodreads: This app comes with myriad features and they’re all amazing. You can use it to keep track of your reading list. You can use it to determine how many pages you need to read in order to finish a book by a particular time. You can add your own notes to what you’re reading. And you can have discussions with other people who have read the books. The best part is that the app is free to use!

Narrator’s Voice: We all know it can get tedious reading one report or paper after another, or even whole chapters from huge tomes. Narrator’s Voice is a text-to-speech app that can turn text from a PDF, .txt file, or even an image from your camera into text. It then reads it out to you, which can help you memorise the content better! Admittedly, this is not the best app of its kind, with Speechify being a lot better, but the price here makes a big difference. Narrator’s Voice uses coins to allow you to change text to speech and you can either buy those coins or else earn them by watching adverts. There are also more traditional payment methods like a monthly account.

Photomath: If you’re at home and struggling to figure out how some algebra equation should be solved, this maths-solving app will have the answer for you: all you have to do is point your phone’s camera at the handwritten or typed out equation and voilà! But what we love about it is that it doesn’t just give you the answer, but also explains how it got to the answer in a step-by-step manner. The idea here is to learn not just get the answer right! The only downside is that he free version only shows the first two steps, and you’ll need to pay €10.49 monthly (or €63.99 annually) to see the full process. 

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