If you’ve given in and bought the iPad Air or been a big fan since day one, you’re going to want to make the best out of your tablet. Here’s a list of the top 5 iPad Air apps that make student life so much easier.
If the Instagram filters just aren’t doing it for you, Adobe Photoshop Express brings one of the best creative tools on the go for free. Equipped with robust photo editing tools such as one-touch fixes and filters, this iPad Air app automagically makes your photos look just the way you want them to.
2. Paper by Fifty Three
There’s no way we’d be able to list the best iPad Air apps without Paper by Fifty Three. Awarded App of the Year in 2012, Paper was ‘designed from the ground up for touch and creating on the go’. Sketchbook, notebook, or journal, Paper by Fifty Three captures all of your ideas with a beautiful, easy-to-use interface for free. Not to mention that Paper recently teamed up with MoleSkine to bring your digital drawings to life on a MoleSkine notebook – just click Print.
When you’re in class and need to write notes efficiently, you’ll be happy you downloaded Penultimate. Offering the most natural digital handwriting experience on the iPad Air, Penultimate feels just like paper but with the added power of digital convenience. Take notes in a class, doodle to uncover your artistic side, or outline your next world-changing idea. Plus, with added Evernote integration, all of your files are accessible in the cloud and across all devices.
Without a doubt, Wunderlist is one of our favorite task management apps. When it comes to tackling procrastination, this to-do list management app makes it easy to get everything you need accomplished. Sync your to-do lists across all your devices to keep you on top of things, from anywhere. Plus, you can boost your productivity even further with Wunderlist Pro which lets you assign to-dos, add comments, attach photos, and so much more. UPDATE: Watch out for Wunderlist 3, their best piece yet!
SkyDrive is basically free online storage that you can access from anywhere, super handy for any student. It also has strong ties with Microsoft Office, so if you’re a power user of the Office suite applications, such as PowerPoint, Word, or Excel, the SkyDrive app for iPad Air is a no-brainer. Plus, enjoy 7 GB to start off for free.
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