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Helpful Apps (Not supported by the ARC)

Apple Reading Apps

Audiobooks: Download fee-based or thousands of free or audiobooks for playback. This app includes a sleep timer, and the Apple version works with Apple Watch.

Free Books 23,469 Classics To Go: Tens of thousands of free ebooks are available through this app. Books are selected from the public domain, so there is no additional download fee.

Learning Ally (Annual Fee Required): For students with documented disabilities, this app is the portal to tens of thousands of human-narrated audio books that include textbooks and trade books. Students see the text as it is read.

LibriVox: The app includes thousands of free audio books from many different genres, and tens of thousands more are available for purchase.

Reading Trainer: For students who are frustrated by their reading rate, this app teachers users to increase reading speed and retention rate with fun exercises. Track your progress along the way.

 

Apple Note Taking Apps

Audionote: Take notes while recording a lecture. The notes are synched to the audio, so just tap on a note to hear what the professor was saying when you took that note.

Evernote: Take notes and organize text, audio, sketches, photos and more into notebooks for easy organization. Evernote content is synched across all devices.

OneNote: Take notes and make lists with this app. Take pictures, sketch drawings, and add clips from the Internet. Then organize, synch, and share your content.

Penultimate: An extension of Evernote, use a stylus to handwrite your notes and connect them to your Evernote content.

Noteshelf (Nominal Fee Required): Take notes by writing or typing, markup PDFs, fill forms, sketch, sign, and print from your iPad. Record audio, edit images, and organize and secure your notes. This app syncs with Evernote and works with many major cloud services.

Notability (Nomial Fee Required): Write or type notes, sketch, markup photos and PDFs, record audio, and store it all in iCloud or several other major cloud storage services. Audio and notes are synched for playback, and all content is automatically backed up through Dropbox, Google Drive, or Box.

Android Reading Apps

Audiobooks: Download fee-based or thousands of free or audiobooks for playback. This app includes a sleep timer, and the Apple version works with Apple Watch.

Free Books 23,469 Classics To Go: Tens of thousands of free ebooks are available through this app. Books are selected from the public domain, so there is no additional download fee.

Learning Ally (Annual Fee Required): For students with documented disabilities, this app is the portal to tens of thousands of human-narrated audio books that include textbooks and trade books. Students see the text as it is read.

LibriVox: The app includes thousands of free audio books from many different genres, and tens of thousands more are available for purchase.

Reading Trainer: For students who are frustrated by their reading rate, this app teachers users to increase reading speed and retention rate with fun exercises. Track your progress along the way.

 

Android Note Taking Apps

Audionote: Take notes while recording a lecture. The notes are synched to the audio, so just tap on a note to hear what the professor was saying when you took that note.

Evernote: Take notes and organize text, audio, sketches, photos and more into notebooks for easy organization. Evernote content is synched across all devices.

OneNote: Take notes and make lists with this app. Take pictures, sketch drawings, and add clips from the Internet. Then organize, synch, and share your content.

PenSupremacy (Nominal Fee Required): Use a stylus to handwrite notes. Save them as a PDF, and email them to yourself to connect them to Evernote.

 

Apple Habit Formation Apps

 

Apple Healthy Living Apps

  • Seven: Offers seven-minute routines, tracks progress, and provides rewards/motivators
  • Daily Burn: Delivers 30-minute daily workout videos for all levels and tracks progress
  • Sworkit: Offers customized video workouts of varying types and lengths
  • Lifesum: Tracks food and drink intake and tracks exercise

 

Apple Stress Reduction Apps

 

Apple Task List Apps

  • Reminders: Sends reminders for events and projects
  • Any.do: Creates to-do lists with a calendar organizer
  • Timeful: Combines to-do lists with calendar openings

 

Apple Social Skills Apps (Nominal Fee Required)

  • Sosh: Offers exercises, strategies, and information for working through social situations
  • Everyday Social Skills HD: Provides video instruction of everyday life skills

Android Habit Formation Apps

  • HabitBull: Keep track of daily habits and routines
  • Productive: Organize activities that bring peace to your life
  • CommitTo3: Set goals and share success with team members
  • Stop Procrastinating: Blocks the internet or specific sites for a set amount of time

 

Android Healthy Living Apps

  • Seven: Offers seven-minute routines, tracks progress, and provides rewards/motivators
  • Daily Burn: Delivers 30-minute daily workout videos for all levels and tracks progress
  • Sworkit: Offers customized video workouts of varying types and lengths
  • Lifesum: Tracks food and drink intake and tracks exercise

 

Android Stress Reduction Apps

 

Android Task List Apps

  • Reminders: Sends reminders for events and projects while synchronizing with Google accounts
  • Any.do: Creates to-do lists with a calendar organizer while synchronizing with Google accounts
  • TimeTune Schedule Planner: Creates routine schedules