11 Must Have Apps For Students

Productivity • 2 Minute Read | By Charles Javelona of Univjobs

I know you’re headed back to school and dreading the idea of taking notes after a summer of playing Fortnite and other Gen Z things. Here at UnivJobs, we decided to curate a list of useful tools to make your first week of school way easier.

1. Grammarly

Grammarly fixes all of your typos in your most import papers for professors and emails to recruiters.

2. Helium

Helium floats a small browser (for Netflix) above your other windows, so you can watch shows on mute while taking notes in class.


3. Evernote

Evernote is the best note-taker and organizer out there. Public/private notebooks, to-do lists, tables, web clippings, attachments – it’s everything you need to crush that frustratingly boring required class.


4. Paperspade

Paperspade lets you type your math homework. Your professor and the environment will thank you.

5. Pocket

Pocket lets you save for later. Put articles, videos or pretty much anything into Pocket.

Want more tips? See full Univjobs article HERE