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  • Last update: 3 years ago
  • Version: 6.0
  • Size: 12.9 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: Brainscape
  • Content rating: Rated 4+
  • Languages: English
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Flashcardlet is a free, easy-to-use studying application with material for any class or standardized test. You can also create and share your own. It is the best way to study on any iOS device.

Other flashcard apps can't handle device syncing, web-editing, large decks, sharing, images, intuitive gestures, or even manage to show nice looking cards. Flashcardlet feels like a real deck of flashcards and does not get in your way.

Collaboratively creating and sharing study material does not get easier than Flashcardlet. Everything is automatically kept up-to-date with a Brainscape account. You can also email your flashcard decks or share them using Dropbox.

From grade school to law school, Flashcardlet is the perfect studying tool for any subject.

Features:

-Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. Flashcardlet is easier to use and more refined than any other flashcard app.

-Create new decks of flashcards quickly and easily.

-Effortlessly use multiple devices including iPhone, iPod, iPad, or the web to study and edit your cards.

-Store or share your decks using Dropbox or E-mail

-Download flashcard decks from Quizlet.

-Study Quizlet flashcard decks with high-resolution images.

-Study long flashcard decks without any performance issues.

-Flip through cards with natural-feeling gestures that move as fast or slow as you would like.

-Don't waste your time waiting for flashcard decks to download: they download automatically in the background.

-Study in both portrait and landscape orientations.

-Cards are pleasing to the eye and look better than handwritten flashcards do.

-Study even more efficiently by discarding cards you have mastered or bookmarking troublesome ones.

-Study your cards in the order that helps you learn best - random, alphabetical, or an order that you specify.

For support, please visit 'Flashcardlet' on Facebook.


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3 Comments


  • A
    Antipyretic
    iTunes
    I've been using this app for almost two years now and during that time I would have easily gave it a 4 or 5 because of it's stability. Now however I cannot. This app while not terrible it's just not as stable as it once was before and options that should be implemented are not there. The instability is what causes much of my frustration and 1) if you stop and take a break from using the app for awhile the app will lose your place. Most of the time I'm going through huge decks of cards for Chinese most of them are 300+ sometimes I cannot get through all of them in one sitting or I need to stop but when I launch the app again I will have to go through all 300+ cards AGAIN. That wastes a lot of time for me. Sometimes on certain decks the app will let me continue studying but they will I accurately display how cards I needed to study. If I left with 150 cards to go I would log on and it would tell me that I have only 40 to do. 2) there is a bug that makes duplicates of your card without you knowing while studying 3) lastly another inconvenience although minor it doesn't allow you to retrieved checked cards from your deck if you accidentally hit the check mark which does happen more than you expect. This could be a really great app if it manages to stabilize itself again. Would only recommend it now if you are only using it to study small list of cards under 100. The accompanying brainscape app is also good app and it's also good for organizing your decks easier but the study method may not suit the studying need of the learner.
  • f
    feskilim
    iTunes
    Syncing issues since the change to brainscape. Emailing myself no longer works for syncing my cards to my iPhone unless I use the poorly reviewed brainscape. I will try Dropbox and report back. Highly inconvenient. This app also says that your flash cards that you made in this app become property of this app. My old review when I used to like this app: 1st year grad student here using ipad 3. Easy cut and paste from my ipad lecture notes or from my teacher lecture notes or other websites. Saves me lots of time and helps decrease the chance of my carpal tunnel/tendinitis from flaring up. Just take 5- 10 min. To familiarize yourself with this app and you are set.
  • A
    A17B
    iTunes
    This app does the job — mostly. It's easy to set up a flashcard deck, but other problems exist. Whenever you edit the deck in any way — fixing the spelling, adding a card, editing the title — all the starred cards disappear. For students like me, who can have 75+ cards in one deck, this is a problem. Customer service also is lacking; if I send emails about problems to their help staff, I usually get an automated reply and then nothing, or at least nothing of substance. Ad placement will make you click on ads — that's their bread and butter, I guess, and you can always pay for the option to not have any ads, but it is still distracting.

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