App of the Week: SoundNote

  SoundNote is great for students as it enables you to record audio whilst having the ability to type and draw from any mobile device. Never miss another detail in a lecture as the audio recording function enables playback to edit and add to your notes. The app also allows you to share these notes and…

App of the week: Mindfulness

University life can be a new and exciting experience but at times can be overwhelming and stressful, the mindfulness app can help you through these times. Mindfulness involves taking a moment to clear your thoughts and have a calming break from busy schedules. The app allows you to have bite-size meditation breaks to clear your…

App of the Week: EasyBib

New to referencing? Gaining feedback from assessments saying your referencing format is incorrect? Then, EasyBib can help with referencing and citations. This app gives you access to a variety of functions that assists with any referencing problems you may be having directly from your mobile. EasyBib is commonly used on laptops and computers but the…

App of the Week: Documents By Readdle

As a university student you often utilise a variety of different platforms to create and save your work, from different cloud storage devices to a variety of computers and tablets both on and off campus, therefore your documents can often become difficult to find and access. ‘Documents by Readdle’ is an app that brings all…

App of the Week: Moovit

  With the up to date public transport app ‘Moovit’ you can access the closest public transport links and departure times. The app works in real time so notifications can be set to provide reminders of departure times as well as informing you which is the correct stop to get off at. With buses in…

App of the Week: Karavan

You and your group of friends plan to go for a music festival. You decide to meet up at the entrance. You get there and you realise there are not only large crowds of people but also more than one entrance to the venue. What do you? If your answer is that you’d call each one…

App of the Week: ATM hunter

ATM hunter, this week’s app is a must-have free application that is built by MasterCard. As the name suggests, the app allows users to easily find ATMs that are closest to them. What’s better is that the app has an in-built feature which allows you to narrow down only those results that show you ATMs to your own…

App of the Week: Post-it Plus

We all know what post-its are, and we use them all the time. Now, the brain behind Post-it, 3M, has launched a new mobile app. Using the Post-it Plus mobile app, you can capture, organise and share your post-it notes from an iPhone and iPad. This app is not like any regular sticky note app that lets you only…

Google Apps for Education – Google Calendar

Google Calendar Google Calendar is a straightforward calendar app that allows you to organise all your appointments, events, and tasks. The most attractive feature of Google Calendar is the flexibility it offers you in terms of creating individual calendars. By doing this you can create a calendar each for personal appointments, timetabled classes, and so on.…

Google Apps for Education – Google Groups

Google Groups Google Groups is a free, online service aimed at groups that are looking to share information easily and communicate effectively. With Google groups, members can share files, posts, and ideas; create discussions; and send emails. All emails that are sent within and to the group are archived, so it’s easily searchable when you want to…