10 Essential Apps for International Students.

Smartphones are one of the things that I cannot imagine myself without. Nowadays it is possible literally to do everything with a smartphone, from buying groceries and have them delivered to your house, to teach yourself code to program a webpage. As an international student, a cellphone is probably one of the most useful tools, regardless your career choice. Why are they so useful? The answer is quite simple: because of the apps.

They come in many colors and shapes; apps are there to help us being more productive, or to connect with other people and sometimes to distract ourselves from our duties (that goes for you Instagram – by the way have you checked our Instagram account?)

I have made a list of the 10 essential apps for international students.

Here it is:


10 Essential Apps for International Students Infographic

These are just a few of the many apps that I use as a student, if you guys have any good recommendation please feel free to write it in the comments.


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  • Astrid Pramuningtyas • 11 Mar 2017 at 2.46 pm Reply

    interested in number 10. thanks 🙂

    • Andrés
      Andrés • 15 Mar 2017 at 5.13 pm Reply


  • Part time CFO services UAE • 7 Mar 2017 at 11.21 am Reply

    Greats and interesting articles it is nice info in this post.

    • Andrés
      Andrés • 15 Mar 2017 at 5.13 pm Reply

      Thank you, glad you found it useful! 🙂

  • Sania
    Sania • 7 Mar 2017 at 1.10 am Reply

    I would add Instagram and Snapchat 😀 hehe

  • Adaugo • 6 Mar 2017 at 2.23 pm Reply

    Hi, thanks for the info tho. I wish to study medicine in Sweden by Sept/Oct 2017 but don’t know how to go about it. I really need help with basically everything. Thank you

  • Ivanna
    Ivanna • 4 Mar 2017 at 12.01 pm Reply

    I still use #4 several times a week hahah very good info Andres! 🙂

    • Andrés
      Andrés • 4 Mar 2017 at 1.05 pm Reply

      Same for me, I definitely use it everyday. Thanks for the comments Ivanna! 🙂

  • Justine
    Justine • 3 Mar 2017 at 9.35 am Reply

    Great post Andres! Super helpful 🙂

    • Andrés
      Andrés • 3 Mar 2017 at 2.00 pm Reply

      Thanks Justine, gald to hear that you found it useful! 🙂

  • carlos • 2 Mar 2017 at 3.23 pm Reply

    2 and 4 are essential! And i didn’t know about 10. Let’s try it 🙂 Good man

    • Andrés
      Andrés • 2 Mar 2017 at 10.22 pm Reply

      Number 4 is super essential, especially at the beginning when the language is so unknown. Thanks!

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