Tinycards - Flashcards by Duolingo

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  • Last update: 2 years ago
  • Version: 1.0.18
  • Size: 48.5 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: Duolingo
  • Content rating: Rated 12+ for the following:
  • Languages: English
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Tinycards - Flashcards by Duolingo Review

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Memorize anything while playing a game! Tinycards is a brand new app from the team behind Duolingo, the most downloaded education app in the world.

*Tinycards. Big fun.*
Have fun unlocking new levels and keeping your memory strength bar full while you learn.

*Memorize anything quickly.*
Tinycards uses spaced repetition and other smart learning techniques to help you remember new material.

*Choose from thousands of topics or make your own decks.*
Learn almost anything with delightful, animated decks. Create your own decks and share them with friends, or pick from a variety of ready-made collections. You’ll find country capitals, vocabulary in different languages, history, constellations, hat styles, you name it!

Always wanted to learn Chinese on Duolingo? Now you can exclusively access Chineasy’s lessons in the form of beautiful flashcards.

*Simple and free.*
Easy to use, 100% free.

Love Duolingo? Easily import all the words you’ve learned to Tinycards to keep them fresh in your memory.


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  • L
    LostEcho
    iTunes
    I’m using TinyCards with DuoLingo to get a start on learning Spanish and overall I really like how well the two pair, but there are a couple things I find a nuisance in using TC (with DuoLingo, that is). 1) Some of the pronunciations by the female voice in TC is *very* different than those in DL, which for someone who is learning can be frustrating when you speak to the bots in DL and the voice recognition doesn’t accept your TC pronunciation but will if said the way the word is pronounced in DL. 2) I’ve run across vocabulary words in TC that appear to have incorrect definitions, or at least, DL will mark you as incorrect. Ex: in TC "Different" is ‘distinto’. In DL, you’ll be marked as incorrect, as ‘diferente’ is the word they’re looking for and in DL ‘distinto’ is "distinct" in English (which makes sense). According to iTranslate, distinto can mean different, but DL only accepts one answer, diferente (even though both distinto and diferente are in the same DL lesson). Since these two apps are created by the same dev and marketed as companions, there should be strict cohesion among the translations. 3) Some of the words found in the DL lessons aren’t even included in TC until later lessons or not at all, which makes trying to learn the vocab in TC before tackling a DL lesson irrelevant. 4) This one is more a request than an issue, but it would really be great to be able to move the flash cards around in TinyCards. If I could pair “start" and “finish” right next to each other, their visual proximity would help me remember the Spanish translations quicker. The cards are grouped by theme for the most part in TC, but having the ability to move them around freely would really be helpful. I love using this app with DuoLingo. I feel like it’s really helped me pick up the vocabulary quicker than if I were using DuoLingo alone.
  • K
    Kal-70
    iTunes
    First off, my review is based on the Italian deck for English speakers. Overall this app works very well for memorizing words and even verb tenses. The way the app forces you to work in both languages is effective and has generally helped my learning. In addition, the app itself is very stable. The issues I've run into are with the restrictive answers. For example, in one exercise, the clue is 'he is' and TV is looking for the Italian translation of 'è' with no pronoun, marking 'lui è' as incorrect (which it isn't). Then in the next exercise, 'he has' is expected to be 'lui ha' and not 'ha' ( both of which are correct). Similarly, words that have multiple translations can be marked wrong, even if the translation is correct. Lastly, singular you and plural you are not labeled well and can be marked wrong if one doesn't give the answer TC expects. For example, 'you eat' could be 'mangi' or 'mangiate' depending on singular or plural, but no hint is given as to what TC is looking for.
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    Aaaaaaaaathena
    iTunes
    I got this app to correlate my lessons with Duolingo. I opened the app and started my first basics lesson. I was overwhelmed! It went on to show me a few cards with words connected to phrases/pictures but then it would ask me to type out words with like 8 letters in them. I didn’t mind that but when I misplaced letters and went to look at the spelling errors I made and connect it to the correct answer the card would swipe away and it would start with the next question before I could even look at what I just wrote. I feel like if you are far in your Duolingo lessons this might be a good app but I deleted it after a few wrong answers with no explanation because I knew it would be of no help to me. Also, if you could include a turtle version of the sound that would be nice as that helps me connect the letters in the word to the sound. Hopefully I will be able to use this app in the future because flash cards are proven to improve the memory significantly.

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