Best Apps for Students By Subject
Now that schools and universities are back in session, its time to get out the notebooks and study apps once more. Finding the right apps for you can be a challenge, and finding free and accessible gadgets is even more difficult. So, here’s a comprised list of the best apps for students by subject!
This site provides resources for most subjects, but most specifically for literature. It provides study guides and test preparation quizzes and is one of the most popular websites for students. There is also a ‘Quick Review’ section for a lot of different topics, which are perfect to flick through just before an exam.
This is one of the best sites for literature as it contains nearly every book in the world. It provides a database of novels, short stories, and poetry for students to use. There are book reviews, annotations, and quotes, as well as your own personal collection. It’s a must-have app for anyone who enjoys reading, as its perfect for keeping track of your books.
Back in Time
One of the greatest history apps available, this is the ultimate world textbook. It’s a visual app that explores the earth’s past as well as the universe and life as we know it. There are images, timelines, and fun facts at every stage. It’s perfect for history and science students who want an enjoyable way to study, or even for those who want to go back in time.
This is the best free art software on the market and does not need a single penny to work. It’s an open-source digital art program with uncountable amounts of tools. It allows you to draw, paint, sketch, and even use ink and textures. It has unlimited features ranging from flat 2D images to complex animation and is perfect for anyone with an interest in digital art.
This app provides a different lecture every day on the most important philosophy topics. Learn everything about this complex subject from Plato to Nietzsche to Marx. It provides both text and videos, as well as quotes, music, and papers. It’s perfect for students of philosophy, or for those with an interest in society.
This app can answer nearly every mathematical question you give it, from basic addition to complicated calculus. You can input your math problem, either by typing or by camera, and receive an immediate answer. It provides step-by-step instructions on how to solve the problem and is perfect for anyone who uses maths in their day-to-day lives.
Another all-rounder app, Khan Academy provides information and explanations on many different subjects. It primarily focuses on maths and science and provides videos, text, and practice questions for every topic. There are over 40,000 interactive quizzes and tests, and it can even provide homework. It’s perfect for any STEM student who wants a little more guidance.
This is the Google of education and provides the answers to nearly every academic question. From maths and science to nutrition and arts, its one of the best places for answers. It uses algorithms and AI technology to find the solution to all of your questions, and is perfect for nearly every student.
Nasa Visualization Explorer
This app gives background information from NASA itself. It’s the best way to learn about space and planets, no matter what your previous knowledge is. You can travel to different stars and galaxies, explore the earth in a way like never before, and read weekly stories about space exploration. It’s perfect for physics and astrology students, or anyone with an interest in space.
Animal Anatomy and Physiology
An ebook and an app in one, this is the ultimate material for every veterinary student. It describes the structures of most animal bodies and clearly explains how each part works. It covers everything from the cell to muscles to the nervous system and is perfect for animal workers everywhere.
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