10 Apps You Need To Survive College

It’s that time of year again and you have finally received your acceptance letter from your college of choice. You have gotten your list of things-to-buy ready and soon enough, you will be heading towards your campus. But hold on – have you jotted down the 10 apps you will be needing to survive college? 

If you haven’t, don’t fret – we’ve got you covered. Here are the 10 apps you desperately need to survive college. 

1. Mint

Ok so here’s the thing – you have already spent a bucket load amount of money on your college fees. The last thing you want is to be spending away from your money carelessly. Luckily, you have Mint.  

Mint is a money tracking and managing app and is perfect for students who want to carefully spend their money. College is tough as it is, but gets tougher when you are struggling to make ends meet. The next thing you know, your mismanagement has led you to eat out of a can instead of a proper nutritious meal. We don’t want that now, do we?

This budgeting app will come in handy for students who want to keep a close eye on their finances – it will also help students in finding ways they can make budget cuts where possible. 

How does Mint work though? The Mint app is directly connected to your bank account and thus inputs every purchase that is made. This is great because it saves you the hassle of always having to log in your purchases. Another great feature of this app is that it breaks down your transactions into categories. This way, you know exactly how and where your finances are being spent. 

2. LiveSafe

The number one priority for students at college should be their security. The number of parties or going for adventures can ever exceed the need to always be secure. LiveSafe is an app that ensures students safety and prevents them from dangers such as sexual violence and assault.

This app encourages students to anonymously report any incident via audio, video, and pictures before they have even occurred. LiveSafe also has a feature called SafeWalk – this app tracks your whereabouts through GPS and notifies your family and friends about your location. This way, if anything goes wrong, they know where to find you. 

On LiveSafe, you can connect not only your family and friends but also your campus officials and your local police department to this app. You can inform them if you have the slightest sense of danger and they will easily track you. 

3. GroupMe

Not that anyone loves group projects – but this app is to make the hustle and bustle when nearing a deadline easier. Instead of spending a forever amount of time deciding where to meet up for a group discussion – everyone can save their time and money by discussing their concerns via group chat.

So basically, GroupMe is a group chat where you can discuss issues like you would on a discussion forum. Assignment details, exam preparation tips, test topics, etc. All can be shared on GroupMe. 

4. MyFitnessPal

Although we strongly support is focused on studies, let’s not forget that mental and physical health is just as important. One of the toughest challenges for students is to juggle both academic success and a perfectly toned body. Many times, students pack on the pounds during their college years by eating cheap, unhealthy and readily available food.

Listen, we get it. Who doesn’t want to enjoy pizza night or a plate of cheesy nachos? But balance is key and tracking what you eat is crucial to healthier living. 

With the help of MyFitnessPal, you can easily manage the number of calories you have consumed and burned in a day. It also helps you put in your weight and measurements so that you can easily manage your healthy weight loss journey.

5. DuoLingo

Going to college means you are sooner or later going to bump into foreign students. When that happens, you would want to brush up on your language skills for better communication.

This free app offers over ten languages – from German to French to Spanish, all is doable thanks to DuoLingo. This app helps you learn your language of choice by setting weekly goals for you to improve your command in that language. It sets skills you should focus on – from the beginning till the very complex stage; you can easily handle complex words and sentence structures in no time!

6. CamScanner

Being a college student means that you will always have to have documents on hand. Whether it is a scanned copy of your passport, ID card or health insurance – you never know when you might have to scan your documents. Not to mention – no one likes to drag themselves to a printing station to scan a document last minute.

So what is CamScanner? It is a portable scanner that comes in handy in scanning receipts, notes and business information or any other document. It further allows documents to be cropped, edited and can be saved in PDF form or another format. 

7. Easybib

When you have just completed writing off your essay, you barely have the strength to go through each and every sentence in painful details. All you want then is a magical wand which you just wave and flick – and voila! A perfectly and accurately cited document is presented before you.

Easybib, you must be wondering, is an online citation generator which helps in getting your work cited for you. All you have to do is fill out a form mentioning what sort of bibliography you are working on and it will cite your work right away. 

Just make sure to double check because even the most flawless of technology apps can make errors. 

8. Wundurlist

Many of us are old school and so we stick we writing our to-do list on a piece of paper. Some of us are more tech-savvy and prefer storing all our day to day activities on our mobiles. Wundurlist is that app that helps you in listing down your tasks for the day. It also sets reminders for your personal self-care to improve your quality of life without stressing you out.

9. Toga

If you are an extroverted personality and love to attend practically every social event nearby, this is the app for you. Toga helps you add parties, concerts, workshops or any sort of social gathering to your personal calendar.

Toga notifies you about events beforehand so you can attend them and also allows you to create your own event. With Toga, you can add other toga users and promote your event to them. This is a great app because it encourages a social setting before meeting people in reality. 

10. Google Maps

If you are new to college and have a poor sense of direction, you might want to download Google Maps. This app will guide you to your location, mention the time it will take, inform of bus stops nearby your area and also mention the traffic time.

Google Maps will help you in getting familiar with your area and get you to know your way about the city without always depending on taxis. 

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