App of the Week

AutiPlan: App of the Week

Keeping all of your plans straight can be very stressful, so having some structure and predictability in your life can be extremely helpful! Visual scheduling with pictograms is proven to be helpful for many students by reducing stress and anxiety. Using the free Android app AutiPlan, you can enter your day-to-day activities and you can […]

Twilight: App of the Week

Twilight is a health and wellness app for Android products. Reading on Screens in Dim Lighting Twilight allows your screen backlight to be lowered far beyond the ability of the backlight controls on your device. As a result, your eyes won’t have to strain as much when trying to read in poorly lit settings! Have […]

Managing Anxiety with Meditation

Everyone has their own way of relaxing, and it is important to find what best works for you. A great option is downloading an app! If you like to play games on your phone, you could try the app Zen Sand. The objective is to get the flowing sand into the vases using bamboo sticks. […]

Zombies, Run! : App of the Week

Zombies, Run! is a fun health and wellness app for Android and iOS devices. Exercise and Game Zombies, Run! is a game that encourages walking, jogging, and running. By playing the game, you can survive the zombie apocalypse and save your base from hardships. Listen to Your Own Music You can listen to both the […]

Talking Calculator: App of the Week

Talking Calculator: App of the Week Talking Calculator is a mathematical app for iOS products. Text to Speech By clicking on any of the calculator functions, the app will say aloud the full value of what is currently on the screen. It updates the spoken term as you type, so it won’t be saying the […]

myHomework: App of the Week

If you’ve ever found yourself looking for a planner app, but have no idea where to begin, or are annoyed and overwhelmed by the many options, look no further than myHomework. myHomework is a free app, with a user-friendly interface that can display your class schedule and homework. Assignments can be viewed by class, priority, […]

Trello

Ever have trouble keeping track of group projects with classmates, research deadlines or progress with professors? How about staying stocked on milk in your apartment between your roommates? Trello may be the app for you! Trello is a free organizational tool that allows you to make and share notecards with collaborators. This app sends notifications […]

ReadCube: App of the Week

Have you ever felt like there are too many topics to research, too many articles to collect + read, and simply too much info to cite + keep track of when writing a massive research paper? As a college student, it’s not fun staying up to write a paper until the library closes at 2AM. […]