Seven app trends last year – how are they working for you now?

With over 200,000 apps specifically made for the iPad,  helpful apps can be hard to find. Below are a list of apps suggested by Academy students last year for use this year.  

How many of them are on the Self Serve list?  Let us know which app you like best at [email protected] .

Math Formulas- Reference Guide: A nifty app with over 100 formulas from algebra to calculus to trigonometry.

Merriam-Webster Dictionary: This free app always comes in handy when you need to look up a definition. It comes with a voice search option to let you find a word incase you do not know how spell it.

myHomework: Like an online planner, myHomework helps you keep track of your assignments by class and the due date. myHomework also notifies you when something is due.

Dropbox: When you install it on your computer, you “drop” your files into Dropbox and can access your files on your iPad,iPhone, or the Dropbox website.

PDF Notes: Allows you to download a subject powerpoint and add annotations with lighting speed.

Flashcards Deluxe: An electronic update to basic flashcards. You can even intergrate cards to use.

MagicalPad: Excellent for mind mapping, taking notes, and outlining.

Share your app ideas by emailing [email protected].


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Seven app trends last year – how are they working for you now?