Here are three apps students with smartphones will find handy

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  • Wednesday, 14 Jan 2015

My Class Schedule app

THE new school year has begun so for this week, we feature three free Android apps for students.

Now is the time to get organised with your class schedules and to do that, we recommend you download Timetable and My Class Schedule.

For Science students, the Periodic Table app is your go-to app as a handy reference for chemical elements.

My Class Schedule

This app will get your student life organised.

It also reminds you of exams and unfinished homework.

The main feature of My Class Schedule is its timetable that shows your schedule for any particular day or week.

Some other features include colour-coded timetable (day and week view); Widget (sizes: 2x1, 3x1, 2x2, 3x2, 4x2; shows all remaining courses for the day); notifications for upcoming homework, exams and classes and automated muting of your phone during lessons, to name a few.


By using this app, you can save your timetable and all tasks from homework to exams.

You only need to enter them once, as Timetable syncs across all your Android devices.

Some of the features include viewing your timetable as a list and in a grid; searching in your timetable and tasks as well as optional two, three or four week cycle viewing.

Timetable app

As one user said: “I use it to separate my two jobs, training and personal projects.

“This allowed me to easily set those up on a weekly schedule and be able to see everything on a time scale.

“It’s also really easy to add tasks to a single day.”

Periodic Table

There are more than 30 facts about each element in this app, which includes audio clips to help with pronunciation.

You can even test yourself with a quiz mode and find elements by table, search or index.

This app is very useful and does its job.

Periodic Table app

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