3 Free Apps Every Student Should Have on Their Phone

Free Apps

Nowadays, mobile phones have gone from being simple instruments to make calls and/or send text messages, to intelligent devices with innumerable functions. Thousands of applications are available, some are free while you must pay to install others; and many of them are super useful for college students. Don’t waste time just downloading games like Fruit Ninja and Temple Run, as there are developments for Android devices that shouldn’t be missing from yours:

Remember The Milk

Price: Free

Size: 3.3MB

Version: 2.0.8

Approximate download time: Less than 30 seconds

Minimum operating system required: Android 1.5

Download this application and you will never forget to buy milk, or any other essential item. Remember The Milk  allows you to generate lists of “Things to do”, and mark the ones you have already done.   

Wikidroid for Wikipedia

Price: Free

Size: 369.7KB

Version: 4.1

Approximate download time: Less than 10 seconds

Minimum operating system required: Android 2.1

Do you always have problems when trying to adjust the size of a text on the screen of your phone? This will no longer be the case, as Wikidroid provides all Wikipedia articles perfectly formatted, in a fast and clean interface.

Did you find what you were looking for? This fabulous application also allows you to download any text and save it on your SD memory card, it supports all the languages ​​of the website; and provides highlight options, search button, full screen mode, and many more. Obtaining information has never been so easy!


Price: Free

Size: 8954KB

Version: 1.6

Do you have an assignment due in 30 minutes and the scanner at the print shop is broken? How will you digitize the report? Don’t panic and download CamScanner right now! This application is one of the most popular in the Android world, since it allows you to scan texts and convert them into PDF or JPEG files, save them in your cloud storage (Google Docs, Dropbox, Evernote, etc.), or print them via wireless via Google Cloud Print. You can even protect your confidential documents with a password.