Apps & Websites I love...

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Note Taking 📝

MS OneNote


This is the best app I’ve found so far to take typed and handwritten notes in one place & organize them. It also syncs between all your devices for no cost, which is amazing!

Goodnotes 5


This is my app of choice for digital note taking on my iPad Pro. An alternative to this is Notability, but strongly prefer Goodnotes.


Get 6-month Pro FREE

Transno is an outline-based note taking app that converts your notes to a mind map in one click. It’s an amazing tool that’s minimalistic & has cloud storage.


Free (limited)

My go-to app for mind maps. It has so many customization options and more features than I could ever ask for. They also offer an educational discount 🙂

Planning & organization 🗓



If I had to use only one app for the rest of my life, I would, no doubt,  choose Notion. Write, plan, collaborate, and get organized. It can do everything! And it’s completely FREE for personal use. A must-try!

Things 3

$9.99 (for IOS)

Things 3 is an amazing to-do list/task manager. It has a  minimalistic interface, great organization options, but only works on Apple devices and is quite expensive 🙁 As an alternative try Todoist.


Free (for 3 projects)

Taskade is an amazing tool for collaborative projects. You can plan, organize tasks and projects, create workspaces & calendars. They also have many templates, so you never start from scratch!

Google Calendar


Personally, I’ve been using the built-in calendar app that comes with Macs. However, I’ve heard that Google Calendar has much more to to offer. If you’re on a Mac, FantastiCal is also  great.

Learning new things 📑


2-month Free Trial

On Skillshare you get access to thousands of online courses with a monthly membership, instead of paying for each class (saves SO much money). Plus, many experts teach exclusively on here!


30-day Free Trial

Don’t like reading books? You NEED to try listening to audiobooks! “Read” while you’re commuting or cleaning your room 😀 Plus, on Audible you can exchange your audiobook, if you don’t like it!



On Goodwall you can showcase your achievements, skills, and ideas to connect with other inspeople with similar interests. They also offer 5m+ jobs and internships, $1m+ in scholarships and awards!!


7-day Free Trial

If you want to read self development books, but never finish them, Blinkist is for you! You cad read or listen to the key ideas from bestselling books in only 15 minutes & keep learning every day.

Focus & productivity 🎯



You can mix different sounds and create your perfect sound environment to help you focus on your work. This is a great way to mask annoying noises around are distracting. Also, you can set Pomodoro timers in the app 🙂


Free or $1.99 (for IOS)

On Forest you set a timer and plant a tree. Your tree will grow while you focus on your work. Leaving the app halfway will cause your tree to die. This encourages you not go on your phone while studying.


My study playlists

If you prefer music rather than white noise when working, Spotify has some great chill lo-fi playlists. They’re amazing since they don’t have lyrics and aren’t distracting. Use the button below to see my study playlists!



This is a new tab extension that will help you focus and get things done. You can set a daily focus/goal.  It also has a new beautiful background & an inspirational quote every day to motivate you.

School apps 📚

PDF Expert

Free Trial

With PDF Expert you can edit, annotate PDF documents, fill out forms, sign contracts, merge documents and more. The only downside is that it’s only available on Apple devices. for an alternative try PDFelement.



Quizlet is my go-to app for making flashcards. It allows you to convert flashcards into tests, and quiz yourself in different ways, which makes learning really fun (like a game). Totally recommend!



Tinycards is another flashcards app, however, the difference is it has many decks that are made & ready for you to use. You’ll find flashcards about biology, chemistry, geography, history, language, and more!

Office Lens


Office Lens is like having a scanner in your pocket. It can scan documents, whiteboards and more for you, then convert the images to editable Word and PowerPoint files. It even works with handwritten text! 


Free (limited)

Noted is a fully-integrated audio recording and note-taking app. Everything you type is time-stamped to your audio recording. You can add time tags, format your notes and highlight key sections.

Class timetable


This app is the best way to display my schedule or timetable. You can also organize your tasks here, keep track of homework and assignments, set up reminders and more.



Pocket allows you to save articles, videos and stories from any page or app, so you can read it later when you have the time. You can download any web page for offline use, so you can access it without the internet.

Google Drive

Free (15 GB)

This is where I store 90% of all my files, because I can access them from anywhere (phone, tablet, my 2 computers). The files are always “backed up” and I can easily share them with others when collaborating.