15 Best Chromebook Apps For Students

This article will bring you to the list of the best Chromebook apps for students. Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about it giving you some advice which one to use. By removing additional and unnecessary technical specifications, Chromebooks allow students to utilize the Chrome browser’s applications. Without the heavy duty machinery and additional weight, users can expect swift and smooth navigation, and experience little to no lag to occur while browsing through the web on a Chromebook. Here’s the catch: it does not use Microsoft Office, Paint, Adobe, or any other programs under Windows and Mac operating systems. We might be used to these softwares, but the Chrome OS runs just as smoothly (more similar to Windows). Instead, users can completely depend on Chrome’s applications, many of which are free to download at the App store.

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Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three of the best Chromebook apps for students from their list.

The first one is GeoGebra Classic  that is another graphing application in case you didn’t like the previous one. It also has a calculator installed like Desmos, ensuring no miscalculation on your end! Features: 3D graphing; geometry; spreadsheets; CAS (computer algebra system); and also features Probability solving. The next app on our short list now is My Study Life. A simplistic planner/organizer application used to set up schedules for class (or any event, really), as well as tacking on reminders and setting up deadlines. It can track your tasks, store offline data in the cloud, manage classes, has a sharing feauture, and can manage classes’ schedules. The third app we are mentioning Quizlet now. Incredibly useful for training in self-studying, this app has over 50 different ways to test your test-taking skills. Quizlet has over 50 million free tests and six study modes (Flashcards, Scatter, Speller, Learn, Test, and Space Race). It is also available in 18 languages; and has a feature where users can compare scores with others. At last, but not least let’s have a look at Biodigital Human.  A highly interactive app that lets you explore a simulation of the complete anatomy of the human body.

Featuring free editing tools, interactive 3D scrolling, zooming, and panning, dissecting objects, adding or removing layers (of the body), and custom quizzes.

For any further useful information, read Insider Monkey’s article about 15 best Chromebook apps for students.

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