Mobile Devices

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. […]

Apps+Tips on Time Management

Cardinal Rule of Time Management: “Always carry around pocket work” Adapted Hopper, Carolyn H. 2016. Practicing College Learning Strategies, 7th ed. Boston, MA: Cengage Learning. Have you ever felt like there was not enough time in the day to finish your work? One way to get the most out of your day is to make use of the […]

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 […]

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. […]

Remember the Milk: App of the Week

Remember the Milk is an organizational app that can sync across Windows, iOS, and Android products. Task Lists The app allows you to add tasks to customizable lists. Each task can be personalized so that any specifics of the task are mentioned in a note. Additionally, tasks can be set with a due date and […]

Quizlet: App of the Week

Quizlet is a flashcard website that allows you to create new flashcards and study ones designed by other people. It is available both as a website and mobile app for iOS and Android. With Quizlet, you can quickly create sets of flashcards to study any topic. Once you create your flashcard set, you can study it […]

Evernote: App of the Week

  If you’ve spent much time at all looking into notetaking apps, you’ve definitely come across Evernote, one of the earlier apps in its category. Whether you’re looking for storage, an easily editable platform, organization support, or more, Evernote seems to have something for everyone. However, it seems like a lot of people find it […]