What's one underrated app/product that you've discovered recently?

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What's something you've discovered recently that more students, teachers, or parents should know about?

I'll start! Recently I've discovered two game changers:

  • Evernote app (note-taking and to-do's)
  • Open-back studio headphones

Both of these help me get into the zone when I'm studying, working, or taking notes.

What's your pick?

  • Working as a Remote Teacher, I feel as though "seeing what the kids are doing" is the toughest part of my job. Unfortunately, we don't have touch devices, so it makes it tougher to accomplish this. I have gone back to an app that I heard about several years ago at the ISTE Conference.... http://goformative.com This has been a game changer for me. It has allowed me to see the kids work and to see who may be struggling and who is working.

  • This might be more for people in college but reference manager apps are great! I use Mendeley. It has a Office plugin that inserts your citations according to the writing style to set it to (APA, MLA, etc.) and, when you're done writing, it inserts your reference list based on the citations you previously added to the document. Saves me a lot of time and mental energy as I don't have to worry about formatting references.

  • Good to know. Thank you.

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    For those, they like mathematics calculation from elementary to college is the underrated app call "Wolfram Alpha." I enjoyed using this application because it saves me time with complicated calculations. It is precise and provides excellent graphics.

  • no problem. Also, it's free. Some other reference managers you have to pay for.

  • This app would've made my life easier lol

  • I've had an Evernote paid account since June 2011!  I love the web-clip, note-taking, and ability to sync across devices!  I haven't used the to-do features and probably should delve into to see if I should keep Trello;)

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    Former M.

    As a college student, I get to do a lot of essays; I deem the sites Grammarly and Quillbot essential in crafting great essays (No, this isn't an ad). I use Grammarly to check my grammar and Quillbot to rephrase or summarize some texts.

  • Evernote and Trello are amazing! I use both of them constantly. I like Trello more for a to-do list management, and Evernote for actual note taking/scripting/etc Slight smile

  • i discovered photomath, it has really helped me with some maths problem. i just take a picture and it gives me different solutions to the problem