This is a guest post by Nidhin CN who is passionate on Android apps. You can visit his blog on spimobile.blogspot.com
These are the top 100 useful Anroid apps for college students.
These Android apps make your college life better.
1.CoursePro Demo: Track school courses, assignments and grades and keep track of homework. Try the trial version for free and you may want the full version for the price of a cup of coffee.
2. myDAY: Keep a chronological record of what happened throughout your day so you can stay on top of your class schedules, notes and more.
3. Recordoid: Turn your Android into a top-design dictaphone as you record messages, lectures and more. The lite version is free.
4. CoursePro: Designed to take the place of your school-branded assignment book, CoursePro makes staying on top of your studies simple.
5. Morning Routine: Getting out of bed some mornings can be a tough challenge. But Morning Routine is an alarm clock app that won’t stop going off until you get up and scan a QR code, preferably placed in another room. Never be late for class again with Morning Routine.
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6. Books WordPlayer: Download books in seconds or load from your sdcard to read on your Android.
8. Aldiko eReader:Aldiko is a great free eBook reader that supports the ePub format and your own PDF files, should you want to store them in a cool-looking library.
9. GDocs for Android: Create, edit, view, import, export and send documents as well sync documents with your Google Docs account.
10. SnapTell:There are plenty of ways to find cheap textbook prices, but SnapTell offers the most ways to price check and searches more online stores than its competitors
11. Evernote for Android: This app lets you capture your ideas, experiences, and inspirations as the happen and sync them with your desktop.
12. WordPlayer Book Reader v3 : As good in the classroom as it is for fiction reading WordPlayer is a great application for reading books on your Android phone.
13. GDocs: Gdocs is a simple-to-use program that connects to your Google Docs account for easy access to your current documents and can create new documents.
14. Wapedia: While most professors won’t accept a Wikipedia citation, easy access to this compendium of knowledge is a must have for quick facts in class or to kick off a research project.
15. ColorDict Universal Dictionary: ColorDict is more than just a dictionary; it’s a thesaurus, bible dictionary and foreign-language dictionary all rolled into one.
16. JETCET PDF: This app retains all of the original formatting in Adobe PDF files transferred from a desktop PC, e-mail attachments, or downloaded from the Web.
17. Memory Trainer: Memory Trainer is an app to exercise your nerve muscles and train them to remember intense amount of data. It works out your spatial and working memory, focus, chunking and concentration skills.
18. Perfect Chemistry Lite: With Perfect Chemistry lite, you can balance chemical equations, solve different questions about elements, get details about different chemical compounds and much more.
19. Share Your Board: If you find yourself with a professor who refuses to embrace PowerPoint presentations and instead fills the whiteboard with important notes and equations, you can either get busy writing or get busy snapping pictures of the board with the Share Your Board app.
20. World FactBook: World Factbook is a mobile version of popular CIA World Factbook. This application provides facts, information on the history, people, government, economy, geography, communications, transportation, military, and transnational issues for about 250 world countries
21. Knowledge: No matter the topic, ask whatever you want to this knowledge engine and store its results for later use.
22. Droid Scan Beta: Turn your Android into a document scanner.
23. myPocketProf: Sync, organize and share course notes stored locally on your Android.
24. Offiviewer: Opens PDF, Word, Excel, Powerpoint, OpenDocument, RTF files and more.
25. ColorDict: This is a StarDict-compatible universal dictionary for Android. You don’t need an internet connection to search because StarDict dictionaries are stored in the sdcard.
26. Quickpedia: Wikipedia formatted for your Android phone, including search, browse articles, featured pages, and current events.
27. Thesaurus: If available you also get antonyms, related terms, similar word and user suggestions with this Android app.
28. WikiMobile: Carry 2+ million Wikipedia articles with you, including pictures.
29. Elements: This app is a periodic table with a more data per element than you probably need.
30. Formulas Lite: This is a simple, easy to use application which helps you to refer collection of most important formulas of maths, physics & chemistry.
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31. Hotels near me: Find and book hotel rooms often for better rates than when you book directly.
32. Foursquare: Meet up with friends and discover new archives with this Android app. It’s fast, light and integrates maps as well as provides a home screen shortcut.
33. PhoneWeaver:Define smart profiles that are activated manually or automatically based on time, schedule and meetings, power connection and even location
34. Local: New to campus? Use this app to find a better way to nearby restaurants, bars and other businesses on the go.
35. Maverick: This app provides GPS off-road navigation for hiking, boating, geocaching and other outdoor activities.
36. My Trip Recorder: Create a trip log to share online with friends and relatives, including a trip map, photos, videos and journals.
37. Piggyback: Share your car, save on gas and road impact, and form friendships instead of enemies with this tool.
38. Trip Journal. This is the #1 Google Awarded Travel Application with the best trip tracking, recording, documenting and sharing features currently available.
39. WAZE: Waze is a social mobile application providing free turn-by-turn navigation based on the live conditions of the road.
40. Wikitude: See the world through your phone’s camera view overlaid with Wikipedia content.
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41. 3banana: Capture your thoughts, ideas and notes as well as photos.
42. SnapTell: Snap a picture, or scan the barcode of any book, DVD, CD, or video game sold in the US or UK, and within seconds get links to Amazon, Google, YouTube, Wikipedia, IMDB, eBay and more to find more info, compare prices, buy the product, or remember the product for later.
43.Photoshop.Com Mobile: Straight from Adobe, with Photoshop mobile app, you can edit and share photos virtually anywhere. Other functions include Touch to crop, rotate, adjust color, and add artistic effects.
44.Vignette: Vignette app allows you to add extra light flairs to your photographs and make them even more amazing than they already are.
45. Photoid: An all round photo app with frames, effects, rich hi-res clip-art,high resolution save, stickers, rotation, brushes and mask modes.
46.PhotoWonder: PhotoWonder is a fun app to edit pics on mobile. With amazing effects like LOMO, BlueTone and Ageing, lovely stickers and frames, this app is a great fun!
47. PRO Paint Camera: PRO Paint Camera app is what you’ll need. With cliparts, contrast correction, text-fonts, toy-camera and x-ray mode.
48.Love Photo Frames: This app allows you to make a very special personalized framed picture, save in your album or send to your loved one by email.
49. Camera360: Turn your phone into professional camera. Provides LOMO, HDR, axis shift, draft, ghost, etc. and multiple styles.
50.FX Camera:FxCamera enables you to take a picture with various effects like ToyCam, Polandroid, Fisheye, SymmetriCam, Warhol, Normal etc.
51. Multi Camera: Take multiple shots with your camera and get a single image.
52. OnSite Photo: OnSite Photo lets you take photos and instantly upload them to a specific project within ConstructionOnline.
53.Photo Album Organizer:Photo Album Organizer will copy selected pictures on your phone into a new photo album that you create. It also organizes your photos for better viewing.
54 Photo Mail:With PhotoMail app, you can edit and send photos quickly, copy photos from the gallery, edit photos with text and graphics and also E-mail selected photos.
55. PicSay: Powerful and award winning photo editor. Color-correct your pictures and add word balloons, titles, graphics, and effects like distortion.
56.Camera Fun Pro:The only Android app to apply LIVE Photoshop lens to your Android camera.
57.Camera Zoom FX: Camera ZOOM FX gives you the ability to apply 40 effects to your photo.
58.Fast Camera: The quickest camera ever. Just press the camera button and take pictures instantly, the preview doesn’t even stop.
59.Pic Bubbler:Pic Bubbler is a simple and fun way to make pics more exciting. Turn pics of your favorite guy or girl into titillating memories. Edit pics of your favorite models
60. Retro Camera:With Retro Camera you’ll take delicious old-school pics your friends will drool over. 5 cameras, 5 sets of vintage vignetting, film scratch, black and white & cross processing effects for that off-the-hip analog look.
61. Photo Scrapbook:Create a scrapbook of photos on your homescreen. Tap the widget to display full screen version of pictures of your children, friends, kids, pets, babies, holidays, etc.
62.Photo Effects:Turn your photos into art with amazing effects, similar to instagram.
63.Magic Color Picker:The Magic Color Picker make you able to browse different colors through color-wheel. This application is FREE!
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64.Babbler: Features include real-time chat, uploading photos, changing current status and even automatic tweets to your Twitter account.
65.fBook: This Android app wraps and optimizes the Facebook iPhone Web site for your Android phone.
66.Meebo for Android: Log into all your IM accounts and send messages for free.
67.Opera Mini & Opera Mobile: Synchronize your bookmarks, history, notes and more between your computer and mobile phone and more with this app.
68.Phonebook 2.0: Combine your instant messaging, social networks and life-streaming apps all in one place with this Android application.
69. Friendster: Friendster is the pioneer online social network with more than 115 million registered members. Friendster is one of the best sites that allows people to create avatars, discover new worlds, enjoy games and meet new people.
70. MySpace: Myspace makes it easy to stay in touch with your friends and your bands
71. Steel: The Web at your fingertip, offering full-screen browsing, a virtual keyboard and advance touch controls.
72. Babbler and Twidroid: All study and no play makes for a very boring college student.Babbler, which connects you to Facebook, and Twidroid, which hooks up to Twitter, are recommended “reading” for any student with a MyTouch
74. TweetDeck: TweetDeck is a great social networking app that suits college life down to the ground. Firstly, not only does this work with Twitter, but Facebook, FourSquare and Google Buzz are also supported.
75. Path: Path is the Smart Journal that helps you share life with the ones you love.You can share your thoughts, the music you’re listening to, where you are, who you’re with, when you wake up and when you sleep, and beautiful high-quality photos.
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76. iConvrtz: This currency converter includes interfaces for one-on-one conversions, multiple conversions and the ability to look up historic exchange rate graphs. Offline support is offered for 52 major currencies.
78. HandyCalc: This calculator has received high praise for both basic input and calculation and for advanced math calculations.
79. RealCalc Scientific Calculator:A fully featured scientific calculator in a student pocket is very important but if you are carrying an Android you can just install RealCalc and forget the rest.
80. Formulas Lite:How good are you in remembering the confusing formulas of Physics and Math, Well I sucked at it. Formulas Lite is a simple, easy to use application which helps you to refer collection of most important formulas of maths, physics & chemistry.
81. Calculus Tools:Calculus is the mother of calculation. This application help you with calculus and finds derivatives, computes definite integrals, arc lengths, finds Taylor series, plots graphs of functions, including polar and parametric and slope fields. It also includes integral tables and custom keyboard.
82. Searchify: Use this app to gain access to a unit converter, calculator, translator, Wikipedia and more.
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83. Key Ring: This award-winning app uses bar code scanner technology to create a digital copy of all your loyalty cards and stores them on your phone. Retailers can scan the bar code from the screen, and you don’t need to carry your cards.
84. QwikList Voice: Add items to a list, send SMS, or quick add to Google Calendar by speaking to your phone to create reminders and task lists.
85. Inventory Droid: While you could use this app to note everything in your dorm room for “anti-theft” purposes, this app could be used for so much more.
86. 1Cast: The 1CAST web and mobile-based video delivery system enables you to build your own personalized video news feed from a multitude of resources from around the world on topics that interest you.
87. Last.FM: Last.FM is a great app for adding some music to your study sessions and downtime. Like its popular competitor Pandora, Last.FM lets you create stations based on favorite artists or songs
88. StudyDroid: This app is an open source flashcard application. You create the flashcards online and then download them to your phone.
89. WordPress for Android: This is an open source app that enables access to your WP blog. Write new posts, edit content and manage comments with built-in notifications.
90. Gas Detective: Find the nearest gas station or the lowest gas prices, reported by the user community within the continental US and Canada.
91. AndFTP:AndFTP is a JAVA application which enable you to access your web servers via your mobile. It supports FTP, SFTP and FTPS.
92. History Eraser: This app can erase history data on your Android device, cleanup your phone, delete your search history, del web history,remove your calllog, clear all apps’ cache files, delete sms, etc.
93. TubeMate: Fastest and most famous YouTube downloader
94. Ant Smasher: Highly entertaining for kids, boys and girls. Special virtual goods that make the game easier for young players can be acquired.
95. Barcode Scanner: Scan barcodes on products then look up prices and reviews. You can also scan Data Matrix and QR Codes containing URLs, contact info, etc.
96. Anti-Virus Free:Anti-Virus Free is a security suite which protects your phone from viruses,malware & exploits in real-time.
97. Backgrounds: The cool wallpaper on the phone you see every time brings peace to your heart.
98. ASTRID: Astrid is an open-source task list that is simple enough but, for the important things in your life, it encourages you into staying organized.
99. StatDroid Lite: This is the free version of StatDroid, a slimmed-down version that has a limited number of themes, and does not allow users to send stat data via SMS/Text and Email.
100. Google Goggles lets you take photos and have Google analyse them and come back with a search results page for what it thinks you’re looking at.