6 Must Have Android Apps for Science Students

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The festive period is almost over and it is my believe that you have already made arrangements to live a healthy live, have a good time and enjoy a prosperous life in this new year.

In less than two weeks from now it will be ‘back to school’ for every college student. As usual, you have made your usual commitments; top your class, be the smartest kid on board or even eyeing a spot in any of the ten ‘2014 scholarships to study abroad’ watch list. I’m also aware that most of you have gone through the games that rocked in 2013 and have decided to take your hands off the gaming pads.

If you have made any of the above resolutions, I am here to show you how to work towards them using your Android smartphone. Sit back, get a pen and let me walk you through the top six Android apps that you need as a science college student.

English Grammar Book –Download

Master the use of English language. Slate’s Matthew Yglesias recently complained that far too many people in the U.S. don’t know how to read English, in a speech intended to oppose President Obama’s “learn programming” mandate. Whether you are a student or you just want to improve your use of English Grammar  this free Android app will help you achieve your goal.

Pocket Physics –Download

You don’t want to carry a gigantic physics text book to everywhere you go to but you can always carry your Android smartphone around and with this application in it, you can rock Physics from anywhere and anytime.
The application covers most of physical formulas with descriptions and images. It is perfect for students to do physics homework quickly and accurately.

MathHelper: Algebra & Calculus –Download

Though this app will cost you a cup of coffee but $3.63 is enough to save you from your algebra & calculus hassles.
Math Helper allows you not only to see the answer or result of a math or algebra problem, but you can also obtain a detailed step-by-step solution so that you may learn how to do the problems rather than just getting the answers.

Biology Dictionary –Download

If you don’t know what for example enzymes means, then this is a great choice. ;). Just avoid as many pop up ads as possible, you really don’t blame them for embedding so many pop up ads, do you? It’s a great app for any student offering biology as a subject or course.

Chemistry Helper –Download

Nice to brush up your knowledge on chemistry and is indeed very helpful. Includes a periodic table with links to wikipedia also allows students to perform simple grams/moles calculations, calculate mass percents and do stoichiometry with that compound.
The application arrays variety of useful tools arranged in tabular forms. The tabular forms are easy for quick remembrance.

Scientific Calculator –Download

At the end, you need a scientific calculator – not the one in your school bag rather a portable version you
 can carry around in your smartphone. Convert your smartphone into a calculator with this free application.
The ball is now in your court. What other application do you think we should have listed here? Tell us in the comment section.
Images were extracted from Google Play Store.

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