‘Apps’ Posts

You Should be Using: Mendeley for Easier Research Management

You may have your own research management system, but Mendeley was created for that exact purpose and has the features to prove it. It’s a free research management system and social network that handles all your needs, from source discovery to generating citations and bibliographies, in one place. The goal is to simplify and organize ...

You Should be Using: FloatNote for Phone Call Reminders

You Should be Using: FloatNote for Phone Call Reminders

Picture this: after just settling back in after break Mom calls to remind you to call your Uncle and wish him a happy birthday. By the time you get off the phone it’s completely slipped your mind and you end up missing it altogether. It happens, right? FloatNote uses pop up note reminders when you’re ...

You Should be Using: Simple for Easier Money Management

Banks are finally starting to up their game from a tech perspective, but Simple was created from the ground up with your personal finance needs in mind. There are no fees, beautiful web and mobile applications, and the most intuitive budgeting features you’ll find anywhere. Simple isn’t a bank, but rather a banking solution. Joshua ...

Freshman Week: The 5 Best Apps for Freshmen

While a large part of the college experience is about becoming independent, responsibility is the biggest byproduct of independence. For many, dealing with the transition to college life is natural; others may struggle to lead a balanced, organized life. In the past, we’ve often talked about ways students can organize their lives, as well as ...