Back to School Checklist
While the iPad is an awesome toy, it's quickly becoming a must have device forcollege students. This checklist is organized by function since many appscrossover. I've placed an asterisk next to my favorites. -
Organization and Planning
There are plenty of calendar and planner apps on the App Store. iStudiezis unique in that it’s one of the few planners designed
students. Thisapp allows you to do things like add assignments, organize by terms andcreate proﬁles for professors. It’s an absolute must have for any
Dropbox is basically a ﬁlesystem that syncs across all your devices (webbrowser, iPad and iPhone). Any ﬁle on your desktop can be dropped intoyour Dropbox which you can then grab off your iPad. Every iPad ownershould have Dropbox.
Evernote is normally known as a note taker but you can use this app tocreate checklists, store ﬁles and save webpages. Anything you can e-mailcan be sent to Evernote. Like Dropbox, it can be accessed from virtuallyany device. Even if you don’t use it to take notes, get this app.
Whenever I write a paper or start a project, I plan it out using Thinkbook.If you love creating complex outlines and checklists, this is your app. Itdoes have a slight learning curve but I highly recommend it.
Evernote is usually used for note taking. While the note taking featuresare decent and other apps excel in this category, the features that take itbeyond note taking make this app priceless. Use this app in conjunctionwith Penultimate if you plan on handwriting.