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I remember having a lot of fun back in my first year of college trying to memorize diagrams for an economics course – it was torture! Unfortunately, we didn’t have tablets or smart phones in those days. Today, students have a lot more options and there are apps that can make learning a lot easier. Some might say this has simply made students lazy, but I don’t believe that – the various productivity apps available now have simply made a student’s life more efficient, not easier per se.The best iPhone apps for note-taking
With Memio – Memorize Diagrams students have a great tool that can help them memorize those difficult diagrams with a lot more potential for success. I wish I had this app back in first year. This app is available for purchase from the App Store at a cost of $1.99 and it’s compatible with the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Productivity apps have really transformed mobile devices into excellent tools for both students and business people as well. The world has changed very quickly in the last 20 years and for the most part that has been a good thing. In 1995 cell phones were so bulky there was no way they would fit in our pocket, and tablets didn’t even exist. The phone was just a phone – it wasn’t our personal organizer, we had a separate device for that. Now we take our smart phones with us everywhere and in a lot of cases our tablets as well. In our always connected world we can quickly access apps that can help as with just about any task. So it’s not surprising to find an app like Memio – Memorize Diagrams, which is a great tool for memorizing any diagram.The best iPhone apps for Mathematics
Once you’ve paid the one-time fee for this app you have full access to all of its features. There are no ads and no further in-app purchases. You have full access to all of the apps features. There is also a great built-in tutorial that walks you through using the app step-by-step. This app works exactly as advertised which is refreshing. There are no glitches and the app didn’t crash once will I was using it. This app will require 4.4 MB of available space on your iOS device.
With this app you can use any diagram, any picture, or any document you have as a study tool. While the suggested use of this app is for memorizing diagrams, it will work just as well with any other documents that you need to study. All you have to do is take a picture of the document or diagram you want to use using the built-in camera feature in the app, which will then automatically import it into the program. At that point it becomes available for you to use within the app.The best iPhone apps for science lovers
Once a picture is saved in the app you’ll be able to view it on the right-hand side as a card. On the left-hand side is a section that the app refers to as decks. For example, you might have a deck devoted to your biology class, another deck devoted to your math class, and a third devoted to your French class. Within each deck are all the documents or diagrams you’d like to memorize – these documents are your cards. You can create as many decks and cards within the decks as you like.
To work with a card you simply tap on its icon and a larger version of it will fill your screen. You’re navigation buttons are located at the top of the screen in the middle. There are three basic icons here: a study icon, an M icon, and an edit icon. The study icon is where you’ll spend most of your time, but before you can use this tool you’ll have to tap on the M icon and cover the items on the diagram you wish to conceal. If you then return to the study page you’ll notice that these words are now covered up. As you memorize each item you can test your accuracy by tapping on them one at a time to reveal them. If you wish to cover up more items, or remove some of the covered up items, you can do this by using the edit feature.
Memio – Memorize Diagrams is a great productivity app that can benefit both students and business people alike. With this app you can import any type of documents and then use their conceal and reveal tools to test your memory of the items within the diagrams or documents. For anyone who has to memorize complicated material this is a must-have app.
Cherry is a hard-working writer and an aspiring web designer who can't go a day without using her favorite apps. She's always on the lookout for new apps and enjoys discovering ones that others have overlooked.