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Students: Organize your routines with new Schooly app for iOS


The new Schooly app helps students stay organized.
The new Schooly app helps students stay organized.
Photo: Schooly

Many students rely on Apple devices — including some who get them for free — though iOS and macOS don’t offer functions designed especially for school-related routines. But the Schooly app just came out on the App Store, giving students one special place to organize their scholastic lives.

New Schooly app helps students keep organized

Schooly, from developer Danny Gorog, offers tools that help students organize their school routines and synchronize them across iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple Watch. The app’s clean and simple interface allows the academically minded to add classes, set assignments and homework, create a contact list of teachers and more.

The app takes the data you enter and surfaces it. The Home tab shows a schedule of the day ahead, listing classes, tests and projects. To help you remember assignments, Schooly features home screen widgets indicating upcoming items, like classes about to start and schoolwork due.

You can customize classes with different icons and associate teachers from your contact list with subjects.

In addition, Schooly features Shortcut actions, making for quick ways to create workflows, add new tasks and check your schedule.

After adding your routine, you can share it with friends who also use the app.

Though Schooly is a free download on the App Store, some features require in-app purchases to unlock. Those include exporting data, Siri Shortcuts, custom app icons and Apple Watch integration.

Price: Free. Includes in-app purchases.

Where to download: App Store


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