1. Paper.io 2
This addictive game allows users to cover as much area as possible before another player catches them in the process. Players expand their territory and took over other players area.
2. Temple Run
This game never gets old. Players choose a character and have to run, obtaining as many coins they can as possible. The game offers a scenic route into the so-called temple.
Calling all word lovers! This game allows players to go through multiple levels and use the letters given to make a word that fits in the allotted space. Players lose time in the game and make multiple combinations.
4. Flippy Race
This addictive game lets users race through waters competing with other players to the finish line.
5. Flow free
The objective of this game includes connecting two dots in the midst of other dots without overlapping or leaving any other space behind. Many of these games also work offline which is perfect for a long car ride or road trip.
This app is a great tool for studying, especially when it comes to memorizing vocabulary. Create your own vocabulary lists or use some from other users. Quizlet continually adds new features in addition to the learn, write, match, flashcards, and even a test section. Teachers even use Quizlet live for studying terms that they can create themselves. Whether its a test or quiz in a week or in a day, Quizlet is perfect for studying on-the-go.
2. Google Docs
This application is useful in classes where you write essays often. You can work on finishing last-minute papers or even access your documents offline. This app makes editing and sharing documents with others easier.
Look online to keep track of your classes on-the go and look after your grades as your teachers update them.
4. My Homework
This app helps you to keep track of your homework. Add dates to when assignments are due and receive notifications on them in order to turn them in on time.
5. Google Slides
Get access to your presentations on-the-go and with the ability to share online and edit with other people.