The seven apps to help you succeed this academic year
The Arizona Mobile app provides a campus map, among other functions, on Monday, Aug. 24, 2015. The app is available both for iOS and Android.
Students live their lives through technology. A recent study conducted by Harris Poll for Advanced Micro Devices revealed that 81 percent of college students couldn’t imagine doing their academic work without the aid of electronic devices.
Here are the seven most important apps for every Wildcat:
All UA students, staff and faculty can download a free 14-day pass with the new GoTucson app for the Sun Link. Keep your pass updated and on hand at all times with this app.
Order your food before you start walking across campus. Tapingo will let you know how long until you can pick up your grub.
3. Arizona Mobile
The UA app comes complete with a map of campus, a UA phonebook to contact your professors and classmates and links to all of your academic websites.
This app allows you to take a photo of a math problem from your textbook and will walk you through the problem step by step. It’s the perfect study buddy for those lower level math courses!
Learning a language? Utilize Duolingo to delve into your new language and pick it up with ease.
7. Arizona Daily Wildcat
The best way to keep up to date with campus and local news.
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