Review of 5 Apps for Teens

There are many apps that are targeted towards teens. I have reviewed 5 different apps that I believe are beneficial to teens. The 5 apps are:

1. Evernote 
2. iHomework 
3. Streaks 
4. GroupMe
5. MyLife Meditation – Stop, Breathe & Think

These apps are for teens, but also can be used by adults.

Evernote 

Evernote is an app designed for organizing and task management, and it’s a great choice for students (and anyone really) who needs to remember a lot of information. The app is available for most platforms, and comes with a free basic version.

Evernote comes with a lot of bells and whistles. In addition to the usual note-taking and file-storage capabilities, Evernote also lets you annotate webpages, record voice and webcam notes, and share notes with other Evernote users. There’s a paid version of Evernote available, but the free version has plenty of functionality for most students.

Evernote isn’t the best app for recording lectures and taking notes. If you’re looking for a tool to record audio and video, however, Evernote is an excellent choice. The ability to record a lecture and then annotate the recording later is a great option for students who are looking for a way to save time while still getting the most out of a lecture.

iHomework 

iHomework is a suite of apps that help you track your assignments, tasks, and schedules. The app can attach to your email account, and you can use it to track your assignments as they arrive in your inbox.

The app lets you create a checklist to help you keep track of all of your assignments. The checklist can be shared with others, which is perfect for students who need to collaborate on group projects. You can also use iHomework to set reminders for upcoming assignments.

iHomework is a great choice for students who like to be organized. 

Streaks 

Streaks is an automatic to-do list and a habit manager. Streaks organizes your tasks by date and time, so you can see what you have to do, when you have to do it, and how much time you have before the task is due.

The app is designed to be used in conjunction with the iPhone Calendar. When you create an event in the Calendar, you can add a task to Streaks that will be reminded about the event.

By default, Streaks is designed to encourage you to do something every day. It’s a great choice for students who struggle with procrastination.

GroupMe

GroupMe is an app that is used to group text. It allows you to group text with your friends. It also allows you to create group chats. GroupMe also has an app called GroupMe for iMessage. It is the same app as GroupMe, but you can use it on iMessage. GroupMe is a very useful app for teens because it allows you to text your friends in a group. It also allows you to have the same conversation with all of your friends in one place. 

MyLife Meditation – Stop, Breathe & Think

Stop, Breathe & Think is a mindfulness app. It is an app that is used for meditation. It is a great app to use for those who need to practice mindfulness. It is also an app that can be used by teachers in the classroom. It is a great tool for students who have issues with focusing. Stop, Breathe & Think helps those who have issues with focusing to focus. It also helps them to calm down if they are feeling stressed. 

Conclusion

There are really a lot of apps developed to help teens with the organization of their life. The review of the apps showed that most of them were free or at least very inexpensive. Several of the apps got great reviews, so in our opinion, they are worth checking out.