7 Apps for Studying and Time Management [ANDROID]


The first app we are going to talk about is
called Memorigi and it’s a really easy to use time management app where you can log
in all of your tasks for the day, week and month. You can use a color code to track your tasks
by theme or by subject so you can understand what your workload will be for the next few
days. I really like this app’s simple layout and
the fact that you can chose between different views, namely between a daily view or a three-days
view. It also lets you set an alarm to remind you
that your tasks and events are coming up. Other similar apps to consider are google
calendar and evernote. Duolingo is an app that lets you learn languages
through an array of mini games and exercises that you can complete daily, increasing your
fluency and mastery step by step. Each language comes with dozens of different
themed levels that teach you different aspects of vocabulary and grammar so you can build
up your knowledge on that language. Each level recycles what you’ve learned
in past levels to make sure that you still remember that you have learned before. You can also use the training icon to get
a personalized lesson with your weakest words, so you can really tackle whatever you are
having a difficult time with, before moving on with the learning process. I also enjoy the fact that the levels are
short and you aren’t required to speak or listen, so it’s the perfect way to spend
some idle time during commuting to school. Another app that I always talk about is Forest,
and for me it’s the best way to use the Pomodoro Technique whilst having a true visual
experience of your productivity levels. The concept is quite simple: for each block
of time you spend studying, you plant a virtual tree. While that tree grows, you cannot use other
app in your phone, less you get distracted. When the timer reaches zero, you will have
planted a tree in your forest. The more trees you have, the more productive
you were during that day. Habits is an habit tracker app that lets you
follow up on those small daily tasks that we sometimes forget, like drinking enough
water, taking medication or taking a walk outside. It’s very simple to use – all you have
to do is insert which tasks you want to track and just press the small cross to mark it
for that day. As time goes by, you will build a graphic
that tells you how many times you’ve forgotten certain tasks and where you should improve. I usually do this by hand in my bullet journal
but I think that tracking your habits with an app should please everyone who prefers
to manage their time with their phone and doesn’t like to carry a notebook around. Still on the time management theme, I think
that everyone should try at least once in their life to really understand how they are
spending their time. A time wheel lets you do this – you basically
input how you have been spending your time during the day, with transportation, sleeping,
eating, studying and taking classes and you will be baffled by how little time you can
actually spend at your own will. This app lets you do exactly this, you just
insert the amount of time you have been doing something and it will build a time wheel for
you, so you can reflect where you have been wasting your time and re-organize your schedule. I think this is a great challenge to keep
up with during a week and just reflect on how you are actually living your life. Basically, it sets a tracking time and when
you unlock your phone, the app will ask you what you have been doing for the past fifteen
minutes so you can build your time wheel gradually during the day without even noticing it. A great app to save paper, ink and time is
quizlet. It basically replaces all of your physical
flash cards and lets you keep entire sets of questions and answers in your phone under
your personal account. You can then export these to your computer
and share them with your friends. I think this is an amazing app for anyone
who relies on definition based classes and tests and is something great to use on idle
times or when you need to study but only have your phone around. It has tons of different ways to test your
knowledge on a subject and it can even read your cards out loud as if you were being questioned
by your professor. Finally, and this is one of my favorites,
there is a widget timetable app so you can place your school timetable in your homescreen
and never skip a class again. I usually never know where I am going to have
class and sometimes it’s not really useful to take out your planner and look at your
schedule so having it right on your homescreen is really useful. You can insert all data related to your class
in this widget, like the name of the class, the location, participants and total duration. You can always assign a color to a certain
class. Afterwards, you just tap the screen to assign
your class to a certain timeblock and there you have it. All the information for these apps and the
links will be in the down bar so you can download them right away. I hope you’ve enjoyed this video. Bye!

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100 thoughts on “7 Apps for Studying and Time Management [ANDROID]”

  1. Serine Sarukian says:

    I like your Videos very much❤

  2. Bullet Journal z Agą says:

    I just love your videos and voice… <3

  3. Panda R says:

    marina I just love to hear your voice I love you and your channel 😚😚😚

  4. Carolina Toniolo says:

    loved it!!!!!

  5. Zahabiya Tawawala says:

    this video was so helpful for me. I could know about some apps which I don't know especially the forest app now even I have started using it

  6. Zahabiya Tawawala says:

    thanks Mariana

  7. Zahabiya Tawawala says:

    you are my favorite Mariana I have watched your all videos and they're very helpful to me

  8. Maria Guedes says:

    Gostei muito do vídeo, algumas apps são lifesavers 😀 Decidi experimentar a app Timetable mas não consigo por o horário no ecrã principal do telemóvel. Como é que fizeste? Obrigada :))

  9. Yukie Tanaka says:

    adorei! 😀👏👏👏 estive vendo esses apps recentemente na play store, e agora fui convencida instala-los! ótimo vídeo, como sempre! ;D

  10. Bia I. says:

    adorei, pq tu não coloca mais legenda nos vídeos?

  11. Theatrical_Books says:

    I love your videos so much! Good job! The editing on this is really flawless. Now if only I had room on my phone for these apps…

  12. flawmia says:

    Anyone know wich movie editor she uses? 🙂

  13. Mariana Ribeiro says:

    Adorei o vídeo! Adoro o forest e agora vou experimentar estas apps novas! Adoro os teus vídeos! Obrigada, ajudas-me imenso a estudar

  14. Em ma says:


  15. Katrin says:

    Du lernst Deutsch. 🙂 Super. Ich komme aus Deutschland. Ich liebe deine Videos! 🙂 🇩🇪

  16. Luca Bechedire says:

    Time for some personal recommendations:

    – Wunderlist – Minimalist to-do list manager that integrates with every major platform. It's deeply tied into Cortana on Windows 10 from the start (It's a Microsoft product after all), and the Android app also ties in very closely with Google Now.

    – Toggl: I use this App (though I like the website better since it's already on my computer) to track my effective work time. Set yourself an objective and go for it. You can tag sessions by projects and have access to detailed stats about your effectiveness.

    – Office Lens: OneNote is great, but not all your school materials, notes and mindmaps should be typed on a computer. If you don't like having everything scattered across places and you miss the easy searchability and backup of digital notes while working on paper, Lens lets you quickly digitalise them, push them to OneDrive and throw them into a OneNote session of your choosing. OneNote does OCR for hand written text too, so if your calligraphy is good enough you'll have a big, searchable database of everything. Takes some time investment to get started, but it will save you hours in the long run!

    AnkiDroid – It has companion apps for every platform, and it's the best flashcards App on Earth. I use it for languages, formulas as well as new guitar chords. I prefer it to Quizlet because of the sheer power it comes with on the desktop version. I swear you can install a couple extensions and basically program your own software for your own needs with zero programming knowledge. The only drawback is that while it's free on most platforms the iPhone App is terribly out of date compared to AnkiDroid which is going strong and it costs $22 – it's not 20 bucks better than Quizlet. If you use an iPad on the side and do mind paying computer software fees for a mobile App, do keep this in mind.

    Habitica – If you grew up with Pokémon and Final Fantasy you certainly know how addictive and motivating those RPG tactics are. It's such a pity you can't use them in real life… Or couldn't you?

  17. Artistic Study says:

    When you wish these apps were also on apple devices as well…
    Thanks Mariana, wonderful video 🙂

  18. Ms Bangtan-tan - ARMY says:

    Thanks, so much for sharing these awesome apps. >-<

  19. Kate Russel says:

    I love it!!!

  20. Paisleigh Orenda says:

    Thank you!!! I'm using the duolingo one at least

  21. melierylon says:

    Have you ever tried My Study Life app? It's one of my favorites, I use it everyday!

  22. JulietteP says:

    Merci énormément pour cette vidéo elle est très aidante 😀 !! Je vais tester Loop et savemytime dès maintenant 🙂

  23. Stu(die) With Me says:

    Hiiiii! So I know that you guys are probably sick of comments like these, but I guess they're one of the only ways new youtubers get a chance, so I'll just cut straight too it: I just made my first youtube video, inspired by channels like these, and it's a study with me (with hogwarts library background music). ANYWAYS, it would honestly mean the world to me if you could take some time out of your day to check it out and maybeifyouwantto leave some feedback <3!:)

  24. Rainier Dela Cruz says:

    Um this doesn't have September and October can you please update this?

  25. Mia Bear says:

    Very helpful for android users, and managing time for school. Thank you!

  26. SophMFCC says:

    Oi Mariana! Também estou no quarto ano de Direito, mas na FDL. Já te sigo há uns meses e adoro o teu canal, continua o bom trabalho! 👌😊

  27. Be Smart To Win says:

    with help of apps or make your own list!!!! but must take an action to manage time and get things done!!!!!!! 😃😃😃😃😃😃😃

  28. Helena Primeira says:

    So nice video, thanks 🙂

  29. Brandon Wong says:

    This is one of the best videos and it actually helped me with my school load. I love watching your videos and I always feel enthusiastic to study after watching your it. Thanks

  30. Veer Karim says:

    nice list well researched… checkout my first app/game on Android playstore

  31. Dan Park says:

    Sub in portugues please

  32. Dmoon1234 says:

    excellent ideas for this old person. great channel all around.

  33. upasana goyal says:


  34. Cirri says:

    Can we add you on forest?

  35. Sina Russ says:

    you're learning German??? I'm from Germany, say something in German to me:))

  36. Dwi Yasti says:

    finally found a truly amazing and inspiring channel. It's really hard to find a straight to the point 'tutorial', as the other channel out there spoke almost irrelevant thing for 6 mins and show how to to things 3 mins 😂😂 Thank you so much for your videos! It's really helpful ^^

  37. Samantha Costa says:

    thanks! i'm gonna be using Forest for reading books too. o/

  38. mae says:

    I use to list all of my homeworks, things i need to buy and some task i should do for certain day. it also includes alarm. I also use Flipd to lock my phone since it's one of my main distraction.

  39. Rajni Rajni says:

    forest best app

  40. dharminder12 says:

    thank you so much

  41. Revathi Madhavan says:

    I can't find time wheel in Google play 🤔 !!

  42. michel roldan says:

    but forest is the best!

  43. raisa 9 says:

    thank you so much

  44. maisarah drahim says:

    i think that you and waystostudy are siblings!

  45. Alice says:

    I think forest is my favourite🌱🌲🌳🌴🍀🍃🍂🍁🌵

  46. Eugenia Capela says:

    parabéns pelo canal!

  47. Wicked says:

    Finally! Been looking everywhere for a video like this. Very helpful, thank you so much!

  48. Jody Barrass says:

    I am a recent subscriber to your channel.  I love everything about your videos!  Thank you!

  49. Harshit Swain says:

    what was the first app name cant hear you

  50. Fathima Jannath says:

    i alredy have installed doulingo before watching this video and it is a very good app

  51. created valuation says:

    thanx for this awasome apps

  52. Gabbie says:

    I use Duolingo to learn German, it's a nice app^^

  53. Aleksandar Đurić says:

    I cant put a timetable on my homescreen PLEASE HELP ME I love this app ❤

  54. anusuya rao says:

    I wonder what would happen after Marianne completes her education

  55. Arun Mohan says:

    What is the name of the Time-Management app? I couldn't catch the name as you said it. Someone please help me with this

  56. msaab-tech says:

    See WorkTime CashCounter a FREE app which allows you to calculate and store the total of cash and the number of hours worked.
    Voir WorkTime CashCounter une application GRATUITE qui vous permet de calculer et de stocker le total de l'argent et le nombre d'heures travaillées.

  57. Edo Pratama says:

    so, which one should I choose ?
    those are amazing

  58. Winter Star says:

    Hey! 🙂 Ich komme aus Deutschland und finde es voll cool, dass du Deutsch als Beispiel genommen hast! 🙂

  59. Vishal Kumar says:

    Many apps link

  60. Absu's Bae says:

    What was the name of 6th one I didn't get that ? Was it Quarrelled?

  61. Nov Smrstr says:

    What app you use to record the screen?

  62. Ling Yen says:


  63. VidTab says:

    Great thanks

  64. Brice Jale says:

    is there an app than helps you memorize enumerated stuff?

  65. jugal deori says:

    Send me link to download

  66. MinYoongi'sSwagAndJimin'sSmolHands says:

    I make sets of cards on Quizlet and the kids in my class pay me for it. 😛

  67. Mehar chand Chauhan says:

    Very helpfull apps thanks mariana

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  69. Lily 7 says:

    I recommend the app "fabulous" which is another habit tracker. It is really helpful and I love it's style

  70. Sam OfTheFurry says:

    Some of these apps are phenomenal. Love this video. Thanks

  71. chenle zhong says:

    these were amazing, ive been looking for good 24h time tracking apps and thank u

  72. Barbara Silva says:

    Só reparei agora que era de portugal por causa do sotaque x'D.
    Great videos 😀 !!

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    Subscribe it

  75. Manish Gupta says:

    Thanks for your help

  76. Shantam Srivastava says:

    Thanks a lot 😊

  77. peace life says:

    Forest still let play youtube n chrome..

  78. Dhamy Khaled says:

    how can I place timetable in my phone screen!!?

  79. Rizwan Ayub says:

    Wow sister that's really helpful thanks

  80. anisha jain says:

    Plzzz call me +917078738670

  81. ajay Mehta says:


  82. Sha Istah says:

    Is it is Duolingo offline app?

  83. PleaseDontSubscribe says:

    This video helped me find EXACTLY the type of app I needed! Thank you!

  84. Arabic Excellence Center says:

    Time Management Tools

  85. Ильнар Нигматуллин says:

    Спасибо. Thank you. 谢谢。شكران. Дякую. Danke. Merci. Grazie. These are useful apps indeed.

  86. Bharvi Khandekar says:

    Forest is not that much good app because you can't use another app at same time . I am a person who use calculator and Google , translation apps while studying so it is not that much useful for someone like me.

  87. Denis Tolstoy says:

    Hello Mariana!
    Thank ypu for the life-improving insights!

  88. Iphoenix says:

    thanks for these

  89. Rana's channel says:

    I want to thankkkkk youuuuu a lot for this amazing and incredible video 🌺🌺🌺 im really so happy noww , i will download today "forest" [i will try it] ♡♡♡

  90. Kayla.Gurleen says:

    Like this comment if you #Androidsquad

  91. Tsonka Velikova says:

    You guys should try FLIP

  92. Anna -Chan says:

    I really need this for school sooner (i'm turning 9th grade) thanks for this video💖😊

  93. ha vy says:

    im watching videos about study apps instead of actually studying

  94. Aayush Roka says:

    can you please give me list of all apps

  95. Chandan Kumar says:

    Thanks Mariana i will surely write to you everything that i think about you and of course your helping nature that inspires me the most…

  96. Jonatan says:

    Belo sotaque, demorei para perceber que você é nativa da língua portuguesa. Só percebi quando apareceram conceitos em português no vídeo.

  97. Templar E-Z says:

    I literally googled "How to create a day scheduler in android studio" and i got a review on some of the apps that exist 😀 Anyways the design those people used is so simple yet it looks so good. GJ to them

  98. Minhajul Islam Ove says:

    how about Todait? in use it & i think it's great.

  99. THUG R4TED says:

    hit like if you skipped half of the video to see better

  100. Diya Chakraborty says:

    Great apps l downloaded them last month and am having a great help
    Thank You

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