Modern educational system is a selfish attention addict radical who is not getting sober and continues to “thrive” on not caring about physiological and lifestyle needs of all students around the world.
Being one of those students implies having 100 tasks per week and 90% of professors who pretend like there is nothing wrong with that.
Selecting one or a few of the following college planner apps will increase your chances to prioritize and organize your tasks and succeed not only at your education but also in other aspects of your multi goal life.
Trello is definitely your app of choice if you are looking for an organizer that you can use for a group project. It is one of the best software for teamwork, that allows you to openly manage your tasks and stay updated about the work progress of your teammates.
Besides academic life it can help you in other cases where you may need to reach the same goal with your partners simultaneously. Such as work, travel, vacations, celebrations, etc.
CHROME WEB STORE RATING – 48,5 (BASED ON 48,525 VOTES)
According to the Chrome Web Store, Todoist is used by 25 million people to organize, plan and collaborate on both big and small projects. Since nowadays the main mass outlet to the information is a web browser, built-in app Todoist will come in handy in everyday work to all responsible Chrome users.
It is a convenient, synchronized multi-device that you can use on your laptop, tablet and your phone at the same time.
IOS RATING – 4.4 (BASED ON 302 VOTES)
The beauty of iStudiez is within its super informative and easy layout. The target audience of this app is school, college, university and independent students of all calibers. To maximize chances of increasing productivity across the globe developers made iStudiez a multi-platform app that can serve not only iOS and macOS, but also Windows and Android users.
ANDROID RATING – 3.9 (BASED ON 15,99,336 VOTES)
Evernote allows you not only to assign yourself tasks and break them down into phases but also to take notes, set reminders, record and collect audio recordings, photos, files and scan documents. In addition, it has a super useful section for SWOT (strength, weaknesses, opportunities and threats) analysis, which will help you to get a better perspective on your objectives and prevent you from making wrong choices.
Throughout the years Evernote got positive reviews from Forbes, The Verge, Entrepreneur Magazine, Business.com, Well+Good and other successful web-editions.
5. Power Planner
Power Planner is a super convenient organizer/diary/timetable/grades recorder/GPA calculator that continues to gain popularity among students. It saves your time and battery from opening additional apps and it is also synchronized with Google Calendar.
Calendly is a user-friendly app for minimalists who prefer to keep it simple. Besides the basic set of reminding features, Calendly synchronizes your dates with Google, Outlook, Office 365 or iCloud calendar. It also enables you to automate tasks with such apps as Zoom, Google Meet, Salesforce, GoToMeeting, Zapier.
This app is developed for difficult missions that users want to break down into ramified and/or multistage tasks. SimpleMind+ allows you to structure and build your personal mind map branches for achieving your goals without letting small details slip your mind.
Various colors will prevent you from getting confused and multi-device options will prevent you from straining your eyes if you are also a tablet user.
8. My Study Life
IOS RATING – 4.7 (BASED ON 3.8K VOTES)
ANDROID RATING – 4.3 (BASED ON 55,175 VOTES)
CHROME WEB STORE RATING – 4.0 (BASED ON 663 VOTES)
My Study Life is one of the most established organizing apps for students, teachers, lecturers and professors. It gained its popularity with its simplicity and ability to serve users on multiple platforms. You can easily build a schedule for all of your classes right within your calendar. Card-color system that reflects your present and upcoming tasks, and your exams will prevent you from getting confused.
9. Google Calendar
ANDROID RATING – 4.3 (BASED ON 1,693,100 VOTES)
Google Calendar is the most universal calendar for all modern device users. Students use it the same way as managers, travelers, event planners and other responsible people that need to stay organized without being flashy.
10. Google Keep
ANDROID RATING – 4.3 (BASED ON 1,215,675 VOTES)
Google Keep is the perfect pick for people who always take notes and are always busy with numerous lists of tasks. This day planning app is a great way to capture your endless ideas and turn all or some of them into daily reminders. It includes checkboxes, photo pasting, audio recording, synchronization with other devices and of course dark mode.