Apple Watch apps every student should have

The Apple Watch is not a device one necessarily thinks of as being an “essential” device for students.

If you think about it, it’s really not. However, there are some apps that students can use to enhance their studies and school experience.

Here are the apps we are recommending for students:

  • Calcbot (Free): Having a nearby calculator can come in handy, especially when taking those math classes. Plus, by having a calculator on your Apple Watch, you can sort of be like Dwight from “The Office.”
  • Outlook and Spark (Free): If you’re looking for a convenient way to get your school emails, depending on which email service they use (Outlook, Gmail, etc), these two apps are great for checking your email right from your Apple Watch.
  • Evernote (Free): Ever come into a pinch and you need to see your notes on your wrist? Evernote’s Apple Watch app could be the answer to this.
  • Chirp (Free): It’s no secret that most of us can get bored in class from time to time. Some lectures can be long and stale, so, with that said, Chirp will enable you to view Twitter right from your Apple Watch. There is a premium version that starts at $2.99 via in-app purchases.

Did we miss any? Let us know on Twitter at appleosophy.

David Becker
Author: David Becker

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