Working and studying require concentration and peace of mind. Thanks to the high tech world we live in, there are plenty of apps that can make our working and  studying lives more light and organized. These apps are developed to ease our lives in various ways.  Whether it is a messaging app, file sharing, scanner, or translation apps, the apps listed below serve as the best for time managment and productivity.

1. Pinngle Safe Messenger 

Pinngle  is a messaging app that is great for employees and students too! To begin with, Pinngle is a free online calling app that allows you to voice and video call your colleagues and coworkers for free! It aslo allows you to send ulimited files of any type from PDFs, excel sheets, to links, images,  podcasts and many more. Above all that, you can make international calls with your business associates at cheap rates and buy virtual numbers of different countries to recieve calls local and landline calls. Best of all, the app is safe and private, meaning, they use end-to-end encryption to secure all your data.

2. iA Writer

iA Writer is a great text editor designed to provide focused writing experience. This is an ideal tool for authors, poets, scholars, business leaders, and humorists. Many of them use iA Writer for their business proposals, essays, white papers, poems, novels, and screenplays. The app comes with a streamlined interface and offers a number of great features such as Form And Content, Simple Organization, Fast Syncing, and more. Using iA Writer, you can enjoy an integrated file browser, beautiful preview templates, night mode, hardware keyboard navigation support, full screen, real-time Dropbox and Google Drive sync, and much more.

2. SwiftKey + Emoji

SwiftKey Keyboard offers excellent predictive typing, so you can type faster. The app uses Artificial Intelligence to automatically learn your writing style, as well as emojis you like. It learns the words that matter to you most and the way you like to type. This app is for all typing tests (colors, designs, emoticons) and supports more than 150 languages.  So, SwiftKey Keyboard comes with great features such as SwiftKey Flow for simply swipe-to-type; autocorrect; the ability to learn your slang, nicknames, and phrases; emoji keyboard; 70+ colors, designs, and themes; bilingual autocorrect; and much more.

3. Dropbox

If you’re interested in synchronizing photos, music and work documents, Dropbox is right for you. The app keeps your files and team in sync. You can use all your devices to easily access anything you save in Dropbox. Offers 2GB online storage. Thanks to this app, you can work on files with others using shared folders, use the document scanner to turn receipts, whiteboards, and notes into PDFs, comment on files to share feedback with your team, and also synchronize, share and edit Word, Excel and PowerPoint files.

4. Evernote

Evernote can be used for everything – saving your quick idea, recording yourself, saving a receipt, and so on. This cross-platform app is clean, simple, and extremely flexible. It can remember stuff so that you don’t have to worry about this. Evernote comes with various great features such as Get Organized to keep your work organized; Sync Anywhere for syncing and commenting across all devices; Share Your Ideas for sharing, discussing and collaborating productively with others; Evernote In Everyday Life; Evernote In Business; Evernote In Education; Home Screen Widget; and more.

5. Clear Scan

Clear Scan is a must for every person be it a school student, college student, or a business person. This app  is developed to enable you to scan anything using your phone or device camera. You can literally scan anything that needs to be there in your device within no time from images, bills, receipts, to books, magazines, class notes. It also has impressive features that enhance the image result to clearly read the texts on the document. It automatically corrects the brightness, removes shadows, and straightens the image.

6. Google Translate

Google Translate is a clever translation app that offers word-for-word translation of 103 languages with input through text, handwritten words or symbols, or spoken words. The app can recognize text via the camera. Then, it gives you the translation in the form of text or even speaks it for you. You can just copy the text in any app and get the translation. The app can translate 52 languages even if you don’t have an internet connection. Google Translate comes with a number of great features, including a Phrasebook.

7. Duolingo

Duolingo is developed to make learning languages fun. Using the app, you can learn Spanish, French, German, Italian, Russian, Portuguese, Turkish, Dutch, Irish, Danish, Swedish, Ukrainian, Esperanto, Polish, Greek, Hungarian, Norwegian, Hebrew, Welsh, Swahili, Romanian, and English. This is a fine opportunity to practice your speaking, reading, listening and writing skills through games. Duolingo helps you improve your grammar and vocabulary by answering questions and completing lessons. You can start with basic verbs, phrases, and sentences, as well as learn new words each and every day.

There is no shortage of mobile apps on today’s mobile app market. This refers both to text messaging apps and apps developed for various other purposes. All you need is to choose the one that best suits your needs.

What other work and studying apps would you like to add to the above-mentioned list? Feel free to share your suggestions below. 😃

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