Headline August 30, 2016/ ''' *STUDENTS IN SMILEYS* '''


WHEN YOU ARE not distracted playing  Pokemon Go, your smartphone can be a great study buddy with  apps  that help you meet deadlines, do homework and take notes.

Flashcard apps are helpful tools for memorizing facts. StudyBlue offers flashcards, and it's free for Android AND IOS users. It works like this:

You create a set of flashcards for a topic you want to learn by typing the relevant information on each card. You can add a photo to help visualize the data, or add audio. Then the app lets you quiz yourself using them.

The real power of  StudyBlue is that you can share flashcards with classmates or teachers. Better yet, the app lets you search sets uploaded by students and teachers around the world, so you can probably find a pre made set that is relevant to you by looking up keywords or searching by school.

The StudyBlue app has many features, so it may take sometime to master it  -and it requires setting up a free account and an Internet connection to make the most of its offerings. If you pay $19  and month or $80 a year, you can upgrade to  ''pro''  level, which unlocks extra features, including additional options for formatting cards.

If  StudyBlue  doesn't suit you, try  Cram.com flashcards, available on iOS and Android. The app works similarly to StudyBlue in that it offers access to numerous prebuilt flashcards uploaded to the app and the website.

Cram.com's menus and interface are slightly more clunky, but it is free [with pop up ads].

For solving tough math problems, the Symbolab app maybe what you need and seek. This app, available on iOS and Android, promises to help you understand a variety of math problems by showing the solutions and, most important, the steps to solving the problem.

Symbolab can understand and solve algebra, trigonometry, calculus and matrix problems.

Users put in problems using an intuitive, math-friendly keyboard before pressing ''go''. The app takes just a few seconds to display the answer in the form of an equation that is sometimes accompanied by a graph. The keyboard tool is handy, so long, as you're not using it to cheat on math homework.

There's one sticking point, though : To use this tool [andd turn off advertisements], the cost is $7.

Staying organised is critical part of being a disciplined student, and the MY Study Life app is an excellent organiser. Free for iOS and Android, this app is a smart calendar that can keep track of class and assignment schedules. It also lets users share their calendars. The app has a slightly old-fashioned interface but plenty of useful features.

Lastly, Google Keep is a simple note taking app that lets you jot down information in class and search through it later. Keep  also lets you add photos and has many other tricks, like extracting text from a photo. It synchronizes across across your devices, and it's free for iOS and Android.

Here then is a Quick Call : Learning to code used to mean sitting at a  PC, but the Mimo app changes that by offering lessons in C++, HTML, Python, Apple's Swift and many other languages via your iPhone or iPad.

The apps lessons are  bite-size to make it easy to squeeze coding into your busy day, and it has a beautiful interface. Only some chapters are free, however, and a full access costs $50 a year.

With respectful dedication to the Students, Professors and Teachers of the world. See Ya all on !WOW!  -the World Students Society and !E-WOW!  -the Ecosystem 2011:

''' Students Forecast '''

Good Night and God Bless

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