Here is our list of top 5 android apps for students which will help them to make their study easy as technology plays an important role in the life of a student and helps to enhance their skills.
Wikipedia is a popular online encyclopedia which each and every one of you might be knowing. This is the application of the same online encyclopedia. The application is easy to use and consists of around 20 million articles on each and every topic in more than 280 languages. The best part of the app is that it allows you to save the article so that you can read it later at your convenience and you can even share the article with other android phones.
Dictionary.com’s app is one of the best dictionary apps which comes with cool features like home screen widget, voice search, audio pronunciation, and Dictionary.com popular Word of the Day and Hot Word blog. It consists of the Dictionary and Thesaurus content, more than 375,000 words and definitions with 300,000 synonyms and antonyms.
#3 Formula’s Lite
This is by far one of the most important and useful educational applications. The application has various sections consisting of subjects, calculators, translators, various tools, web-references, inventions, facts, etc.
This application gives you the power to create notes which can be in any format such as text, images, audio, or even a video. The best part of the app is that the notes you save are automatically stored in the cloud and you can access them from anywhere with any device.
The application allows you to scan the document and turns them into pdf files. If you find something interesting while reading a book or want to scan some written notes to share with your friends, you can easily do that with this app. Through this app, you can easily digitize paper documents by just taking a photo of it.
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Attaching larger files in an email has never been much smoother. Google has now integrated Google Drive which lets you send large file attachments of up to 10 GB
How will it work?
The integration is just clean and simple. To attach files in your email using Google Drive, you just need to click the new Google Drive icon in the compose window. You can attach files without leaving your Gmail. This feature is going to help a lot of people who want to attach large files in the email.
If the files that you wish to send are not shared with any of the recipients, Gmail will automatically prompt you to do so before sending it.
You can send files up to 10 GB in size which is almost 400 percent from the earlier attachment size of just 25 MB. The other benefit is that the user will have the up-to-date version of the file as the file you are attaching will not be the static attachments, just through the basic feature of Google Drive
Before getting started to use the new Drive integration into Gmail, keep in mind that you will have to opt-in to use the new compose window for Gmail. Also, the feature though announced is still being rolled out to various parts of the world, meaning it may take some time to see the tiny Drive icon in the Gmail Compose Window.
But Gmail is not the only service that allows larger file attachments than the traditional 25 MB size limit. Microsoft, on introducing its new service Outlook (which formerly was Hotmail) has the option to attach large files via its service SkyDrive but the limit was 300 MB. Though the 300 MB file size limit is also enough for an average person who doesn’t have many sizes of attachments to send. So, don’t get surprised if Microsoft announces a larger file size in the attachments for email.