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Check Out Our App Recommendations This Month!

by Theresa Kry on 2019-09-02T09:00:00-04:00 | Comments

September Apps of the Month

Stay organized right from the start! Try using one of these apps to keep on top of everything as the new semester begins. You’ll thank yourself in a few months!


Free; iOS and Android

Keep all of your notes and information organized in one place with Evernote! Input notes (even scan handwritten notes!), create to-do lists, add photos, images, webpages, and more. Everything within the app becomes searchable, and you can sync the app across devices to access your information anywhere.



Free, iOS and Android

With the start of a new semester comes the inevitable registration for various online tools.  Keep all of your passwords safe and accessible with 1Password.  Add as many passwords as needed, then all you need to remember is one master password to get into your list.  This tool is available as a Chrome extension for your desktop as well.



Free; iOS and Android

Pocket is a place to quickly save and share online content.  Whenever you find an interesting video, article, or website, save it to Pocket to read or watch later.  The best part of Pocket is that you can access your saved content even when you have no internet connection. 



Free; iOS and Android

For you visual learners out there, use Trello to organize your tasks and ideas with list and cards, add tags, attachments, images, due dates, and checklists, and share with others!  Use it for anything from managing your next complicated group project, writing a research paper, or a simple daily to do list. 

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