It will be safe for kids to head back to the classroom soon, and that means southeast Michigan kids will be back to juggling classwork with extracurricular activities, part-time jobs and family functions before they know it.
Instead of opting for a paper planner to track those assignments and tasks this year, students can download a homework app to keep tabs on their classes, assignments, tests, social stuff and more.
Not sure which homework app is worth downloading? We’re here to help. Take a peek at these top-rated homework apps.
Track more than just homework with this free app, which is available to download on iPhone, Android, Windows 8 and Windows Phone. My Study Life is both a calendar and to-do list – plus it stores data in the cloud and allows you to sync with other devices.
It supports weekly and daily rotation schedules and lets you specify how much of a task is completed (if you’re not totally ready to check something off your virtual to-do list).
A dashboard gives you an overview of your entire day and even highlights if an incomplete task is due soon. It has reminders so you won’t lose track of a test or assignment.
Note taking is a big part of the day-to-day life of a student, especially older kids. With Evernote, kids can take notes, then organize, store and even share them with others. For those collaborative projects, create checklists to share with fellow students, too.
This free app is offered to both Android and iOS users and allows you to sync with your phone, tablet and computer.
Students can enter their assignments, then sort by due date, priority, class and whether or not an assignment is complete. Available for iPhone, Class Manager lets you set reminders of when homework is due and get homework help in things like chemistry and math.
Weekly, monthly and list views are offered for class schedules and assignments — so you’re able to customize the view depending on how you prefer to see your schedule.
Customize the color of the dashboard with the Homework App, view repeating events, a weekly schedule, simple tasks and more.
Another option you can find in the App Store, Homework App adjusts automatically when you mark days off, helps students track their homework assignments and sends push notifications when an assignment is due.
It also syncs up to other devices and offers offline support. For college students, this app allows you to keep track of instructor office times and contact details.
Track assignments, classes, tests and projects with the myHomework Student Planner, available for all device operating systems. Student can’t keep on top of her workload? Use the upcoming homework widget. You can set the app up to receive due date reminders, as well.
Download the basic version for free or purchase the premium app for $4.99 per year for additional features, themes, file attachments, external calendar access and more.
Swipe left or right to see what’s happening in your schedule, or rotate your device to see your week at a glance. Keep track of homework with a built-in task list, manage your schedule and always know when assignments are due.
Any.Do is one of the ultimate to-do apps for adults, so why not use it as a student? Keep track of tasks, lists and reminders in one app, which boasts having a simple design.
With Any.Do — available for Android, iPhone and more — students can share lists, which could be a great tool for class projects and to track accountability for others working on said projects. Customize your theme.
Need to make sure your older kid picks her sister up from soccer practice? Use this app for family reminders, too.
App spelling aside, we promise it offers a smart way to stay organized and on top of assignments.
Aside from organizing their schedule and homework, students can use the GPA calculator, which helps them track their grades and overall progress throughout the year.
Keep up with your student’s schedule by having him or her share it with you through this app, which syncs with iOS and Windows versions.
Which homework app does your student use? Did we miss one? Tell us in the comments.
This post was originally published in 2017 and is updated regularly.
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