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Mobile Tools and Applications


All the apps listed here come from faculty, staff and students like you! Recommend Your Favorite APP Here

Recommended by Faculty & Staff

Google Docs
Take your documents with you using Google Docs. Save slideshow presentations, spredsheets, and documents in
the cloud and access them from anywhere. Google docs also allows you to share documents for group work and
collaboration.
Evernote
Can't seem to keep all your class and meeting notes organized? Let Evernote do the work for you. Evernote allows you to take notes online or on your mobile device, then access them from anywhere. You can also add images, audio, and video into your notes easily using your mobile device.
Remember the Milk
Remember the Milk is a simple web service that allows you to manage your to-do list and other tasks in the cloud. You can also view and update the progress of your tasks from any mobile device.
Maple Player for iPad
The Maple Player is a free application for the iPad that lets you view and interact with documents created in desktop Maple. It takes advantage of the powerful Maple computation engine, so you can enter values, move sliders, and click buttons to perform new calculations and visualize the results. You can even rotate 3-D plots with a brush of your fingertips!

 

Recommended by Students

All the apps listed here come from students like you! Recommend Your Favorite APP Here

Evernote
Can't seem to keep all your class notes organized? Let Evernote do the work for you. Evernote allows you to take
notes online or on your mobile device, then access them from anywhere. You can also add images, audio, and
video into your notes easily using your mobile device.
Dictionary.com
What does that word mean? Use Dictionary.com on your computer or mobile device as a no-cost solution for
anything from spell checking to translating between languages.
Dropbox
Take all your files with you wherever you go. Dropbox allows you to save your files in the cloud, then access them
from almost any mobile device or computer with internet access.
Google Docs
Take your documents with you using Google Docs. Save slideshow presentations, spredsheets, and documents in
the cloud and access them from anywhere. Google docs also allows you to share documents for group work and
collaboration. 
InClass (iOS Only)
InClass is an app designed to help students manage their day to day lives in school. Using InClass you can
store and organize your notes, course schedule, professor contact information, projects, homework,
and more. 
WorldCat
WorldCat connects you to the collections and services of more than 10,000 libraries worldwide. 
Maple Player for iPad
The Maple Player is a free application for the iPad that lets you view and interact with documents created in desktop Maple. It takes advantage of the powerful Maple computation engine, so you can enter values, move sliders, and click buttons to perform new calculations and visualize the results. You can even rotate 3-D plots with a brush of your fingertips!

 

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