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Must-Have Apps: iPhone/iPad

Apps to get you through the school year. [Free] or [$] indicate whether there's a cost to download them or not.

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[Free] RefME, - Create, manage, and edit references for 35 source types and over 6,000 citation styles.

RefME on the App Store on iTunes

[Free] myLoneStar access, now in app form!

myLoneStar on the App Store on iTunes

[Free] MemoZy, - Visually group and arrange to-do items.

DesignPlusD Inc. | Design your thoughts

[Free] Google Play Books, In addition to all the normal ebooks, you can rent textbooks for up to 180 days and access them through Google Play apps across devices.

[Free] iBabylon, You can translate words, paragraphs, and entire documents, while also receiving dictionary and Wikipedia results. Also has text-to-speech feature and grammar checking.

[Free] Study Blue, - Find, Make and Study flashcards on your phone or tablet.

[Free] OverDrive Media Console, Check out ebooks from your public library and download them straight to your device.

[Free] Find My iPhone at See where your devices are, remotely make them play a sound to help you find them, or remotely lock or wipe your lost or stolen device.

[Free] QR Code Reader and Scanner at Scans both QR codes and barcodes for quick information retrieval and webpage access.

[Free] Free Graphing Calculator at Scientific calculator, graphing abilities, unit conversion, pre-programmed constants, and formula library.

[Free] Quick Graph: Your Scientific Graphing Calculator at 2D and 3D equation plotting, ability to copy and save equations and graph images.

[Free] Personal Finance at Track your income and expenses.

Mint Personal Finance

[Free] Evernote at Organize notes, screenshots, articles found online-- everything!-- and get access to it from anywhere.

[Free] EBSCOhost at Scholarly research on the go! For instructions on how to get yourself authorized in the app, see:

[Free] Wikipedia Mobile at For all your quick article look-ups!

[Free] Bluefire Reader at Use this app to read ebooks you've checked out from the EBSCO ebook collection. (You'll also need a free Adobe account and Adobe Digital Editions on your computer.)

Bluefire Reader

[Free] CamScanner at Take a photo of a document and turn it into a PDF. Features include auto-cropping, notes & annotations, and text recognition for easy searching.

CamScanner Free| PDF Document Scanner and OCR

[Free] 30/30 at Time management app lets you schedule & time tasks.

[Free] EasyBib at Create accurate citations in MLA, APA, or Chicago styles by scanning an item's ISBN or searching for the title.

[Free] STUDYBLUE at Download or create flashcards to review before exams, including audio, images, and equations. Supports flashcard-sharing and question-asking with your classmates who also use the app.

[$] Snap2PDF at Use your phone's camera to digitize paper documents as PDFs with multiple pages per file. A [Free] alternative is CamScanner.

[Free] Dropbox at Create a free account and start saving files to the cloud to access anywhere.

[$] iStudiez Pro at Add in your class schedule, assignments and due dates, set a homework study schedule and even keep a contacts list of professors or your social network. Enter your grades as you receive them to stay on top of your course grade and GPA.

[$] SafeTrek at By holding down the SafeTrek safe button, a user is able to passively connect to police. If nothing unexpected happens, a user simply inputs their unique 4-digit pin to cancel an alert from being sent (to police). If a situation takes a turn for the worse, a user simply releases the safe button without typing in their pin number and is connected to police.