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Useful Work Apps

  • CamScanner
    Use your Android phone camera to scan pages into PDF format. Want to OCR the text so that it is searchable? Try the paid version. Also available for iOS devices.
  • CamScanner HD
    The Android tablet version of CamScanner.
  • PollEverywhere
    Clicker system that works through the web. Students can use laptops, text messages, or Twitter for instant anonymous feedback. (Not an app, but will work with Android)

Whiteboard apps

Travel Apps

Many of these apps are also available for iPhones and Androids.

  • TripAdvisor
    Perfect for locating reviews on hotels, restaurants, and other things to do.
  • TripIt
    Easily organize travel plans. Keeps all of your confirmation numbers and phone numbers in one place while providing you a day by day list of travel information. Even provides access to travel information such as maps to your next destination and flight status. Automatically records information when you forward travel confirmation emails to service.

    Has save Jenny on more than one trip!
  • Urbanspoon
    Another useful app for locating great places to eat.
  • UF Campus Map (Unofficial)
  • Yelp
    Want to know where to eat nearby? Not sure what is still open? Yelp is indispensable.
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