These apps will definitely take your studying to another level, and using these apps we’re not saying don’t read your school books or cheat your home works. They’re here to make your school days easier.
Google Education: Google offers a number of great resources like, including email and collaborative apps, videos, lesson plan search, professional development, and even educational grants.
Teamviewer: This app allows you to remote control computer via the internet, using file transfer you can easily copy files or entire folders to and from the remote computer. TeamViewer apps for iPhone, iPad and Android allow you to be mobile and flexible to handle any situation.
Wikipedia: Wikipedia is the free encyclopedia containing more than 20 million articles in 280 languages and it allows you to save article to read later or offline. It can help you with most of your subjects and you can use it as a dictionary.
Atlas by Collins: It allows you to see themed information presented in beautiful mapping and graphics for example, you can overlay the Earth with information on energy resources, reserves, production, and consumption. It included Satellite map, physical map (Physical features such as oceans, mountains and deserts), political map (Current states and territories, political and economic alliances, and historical maps showing the effects of exploration, colonialism and conflict).
Dropbox: Easily store, share, and access any kind of data from anywhere with the easy-to-use and free Dropbox service.
Diigo: It lets you treat the web like paper-based reading material, making it simple to highlight, bookmark, take notes, or even add sticky notes.
Popplet: You and your buddies can use Popplet to brainstorm ideas, create mindmaps, share, and collaborate. Great to use if you working as group.
Google Earth: Google Earth can help you with your geography projects and you can also learn geological processes. It shows you any place in the world.
SlideShare: With SlideShare, you can upload your presentations, documents, and videos and share them with your class mate.
LiveBinders: Like a real-life three ring binder, this tech tool allows you to collect and organize resources. Much better than a binder, however, the site also comes with tools to connect and collaborate and a virtual whiteboard.