The staff at Eagle Landing Daytona apartments has a couple tips that will help you get through 2018 as efficiently as possible. We can’t help you with your studies, but we can help you stay organized while you’re in school. In this week’s blog, we’ll be telling you about four apps that you can use to jot down you thoughts, snap pics of important documents, and brainstorm collaboratively. You might not think of you smartphone as super useful tool for studying, but you can turn it into one by downloading these apps.
In the list below, we talk about virtual personal assistants, note-taking apps, brainstorming apps and an app that will help you keep track of interesting articles on the internet. All these apps are free, and they’re all designed to integrate seamlessly with existing calendars and to-do lists. Check out the list of apps below, and remember to share the link to this post with your friends and neighbors at your Daytona apartments!
Most college students don’t have the funds to afford a full-time personal assistant. Good thing 24me is free. This app gives you a free virtual personal assistant that can pay your bills, set reminders, tell you when you need to leave to get to your next appointment, and more.
24me works by synchronizing your calendars across apps and keeping all your to-do lists in one place. If you link you social media calendars and service providers (cell phone, credit cards, and other monthly payments) the app will take in all that information and make sure you’re staying on top of your events, friends birthdays and bill payments.
You’ve probably heard of Evernote before, but this app is still the gold standard when it comes to note taking apps. Evernote remains popular mostly because it gives users the ability to view the same files on multiple devices.
Whether you make a note on your phone, laptop or tablet, you can pull it up later on any of the three devices. Evernote also lets you draw sketches and take photos of documents, then make notes on those photos. Most college students will benefit from Evernote, but it’s especially useful for people who work across multiple devices.
Throughout the day, we all encounter dozens of articles and lists that pique our interest. However, nobody has time to read every intriguing article on the internet. Pocket is an app that helps you easily save those articles to read later. The app lets you save articles and videos from your browser, or from other apps like Twitter and Flipboard. You might never get to all the articles you want to read, but at least you’ll have them saved.
The App Store is filled with note taking apps that promise to help students study better, but SimpleMind is a completely different genre of app. If your work or studies require creativity and strategic thinking, you’re probably familiar with brainstorming using a technique called mind-mapping. Mind-mapping is when you write down your brainstorm ideas in and connect them with lines that branch out until you have a network of ideas. It’s an effective method of brainstorming, which is why SimpleMind made it possible to do mind-mapping on your smartphone. Anyone who’s ever asked to brainstorm should have this app on their phone.
Those are all the apps we’ve got for you this week, residents! As always, we appreciate those of you that have taken some time out of your busy schedules to read the latest post from your community of Daytona apartments! If you enjoyed this week’s post and want to read more it in the future, please be sure to bookmark our blogs page and check it again in a couple weeks. While you wait for the next blog to go live, stay up to date with everything happening at Eagle Landing by following us on social media!