“If you always do what is immediately convenient even if it’s not the most principled, you will continuously suffer from your decisions.”
Yes, definitely! Some of these I don’t personally use anymore, but they’re still good. Most of these work for iPhone and iPad, but there are a few exclusively iPad ones.
- Mindly - The full version is so worth it, btw. It’s for mindmapping. Plenty of features.
- Quizlet - …or Evernote Flip if you have a compatible cover. Flashcards, of course.
- iBooks - Comes with the iPad, I think, but load up the PDF textbooks!
- iTunes U - Also comes with iPad, I think, but has great lectures from all over.
- Pronto - It might not be free anymore, but it’s a great to-do app.
- 30/30 - A pomodoro app that’s super easy to use.
- Now Then - Also might not be free, but it allows you to record how long certain tasks take so you can plan more efficient studying. (Though you can easily do this manually with a stopwatch app, too.)
- Recordium - It’s an audio recorder if that wasn’t obvious. I use it to record myself reading summaries I’ve written so I can listen to them when I’m walking around campus. There are other recording apps that work fine, too.
- iStudiez Pro - The pro version is obviously paid, but it is really useful. It syncs with your calendars showing you a daily or montly schedule with your assignments. You can also put in information about professors and calculate your grades. I’ve never tried the grades thing, personally.
- Reminders - Comes with all Apple devices, yes. But don’t forget it’s there! It’s simple and does what it needs to.
- Apps Gone Free - The apps I said might not be free anymore are paid ones I found for free on this app. It features a wide variety of apps (including games) but I’ve found a number of great studying/productivity/organization apps. New apps every day.
If I think of more I might edit this list.