To wrap up my series on must-have iPhone apps for students, here are five more apps that will add productivity and a little more fun to your phone.
Genius Scan – PDF Scanner (free)
Scan a classroom whiteboard or a book page at the library with this useful PDF scanner. The app detects the page frame and corrects perspective and color. Save your scans as PDF or JPG and send to email, social networks, or save to your camera roll.
This one is fairly self-explanatory, but also includes audio pronunciation and voice-to-text capabilities. Search among 2,000,000 words, definitions, synonyms, and antonyms.
Dragon Go! (free)
A free alternative to Siri for those of us without the new iPhone 4S. This highly rated app will launch apps on your phone or bring up relevant websites based on your search.
A simple and clean interface that’s easy to use. This super bright flashlight also doubles as a blinking strobe light. You never know when that might come in handy.
You’ve probably heard of Pandora by now, but if not, go download it! Create custom music channels that are personalized just for you. Search by artist or song, and Pandora then plays songs similar to that genre and style. Tailor the station with the thumbs up and thumbs down buttons.