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Top apps for students

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© REX Shutterstock/Rex Images Studying requires all of your energy, so don’t waste any time being inefficient. Look into tools that will make completing your assignments hassle-free. Here we have selected top apps that will help you stay competitive and productive.

Office 

© Microsoft Corporation Essential for everyone, really, Office equips students with their basic tools for class. Armed with Word, Excel, PowerPoint and more, papers and projects will be a breeze. And it will be even easier to stay in touch with Skype and Outlook.

Create your home office

Wunderlist

  © 6 Wunderkinder GmbH Get organized by creating lists for every occasion, share them with others, access them across your multiple devices and get reminded of every task’s deadline. Your to-do lists have never looked this good. 

Start building your lists

Dropbox

  © Dropbox, Inc Store all your work and photos in a safe place—on a cloud! Easily move files to Dropbox and then access them from any device. 

Keep you files safe with Dropbox 

Duolingo

  © Duolingo, Inc Need help getting your language skills up to speed for your year abroad? If you are studying French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, German, Danish, Dutch, Irish or English, then give Duolingo a whirl. Lessons are presented as mini games, making them fun and easy to squeeze in whenever you have a spare moment to get in some learning. 

Learn a new language 

Mobile Document Scanner

  © Stoik A handy tool for tracking receipts, business cards, whiteboards and countless other tasks that may require copies, the Mobile Document Scanner will scan documents, enhance them digitally and save them as PDFs making them convenient to share digitally. 

Add a scanner to your home office

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