Apps for college students; from news to math to saving money

Feed.ly

Now more than ever it’s important to stay up-to-date with what’s going on in the news. Whether it’s clown sightings in your neighborhood or a run-down of the last presidential debate, Feed.ly’s going to be your tool for staying in the now. It’s as simple as checking the topics you want to know the most about and getting notifications when interesting stories pop up.

Mathway

Anybody who’s taken a math class knows there’s nothing more frustrating than sitting down to do your homework and getting stuck on the first problem. With Mathway, you don’t have to worry about that. When you don’t have a professor or tutor on hand, Mathway will walk you through the process of problem solving step-by-step.

Flashcards+

It’s hard to find time to put your phone down and write out flashcards that’ll help you review for your test. Now, with Flashcard+, you don’t have to. The app allows you to make and study notes right off your phone. Flashcard+ connects with pre-made decks on Quizlet, a website known for its already-made flashcards and study tools. Flashcards+ also comes with a pronunciation tab that features 22 different languages.

Gasbuddy

These days, gas isn’t cheap, and everybody’s looking to pay the lowest price per gallon. With Gasbuddy, finding that low price is as easy as entering your location into the app and letting it give you directions to the closest stations with the cheapest prices. Now, you don’t have the excuse of expensive gas to avoid going home on the weekends.

Krazy Coupon Lady

In college, saving money is key. Thanks to Krazy Coupon Lady, finding discount food, shampoo, or makeup is right at your fingertips. With this app, you’ll find deals from all your local shops, including Target, CVS, Dollar Tree, and Whole Foods. Save your favorite stores and use coupons right from your phone.

Chegg

No more paying an arm and a leg for textbooks. With Chegg, you can rent textbooks directly from other students for extremely affordable prices. And, when you’re done with them, you can stick them back on Chegg and get your money back renting them out to other students.

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