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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.

Must-Have Apps: iPhone/iPad

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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.

Google Play Books

[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:

EBSCOhost on the App Store on iTunes

[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.

STUDYBLUE on the App Store on iTunes

[$] 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.