Going through the cards is tedious because there are many of them but no filters to get to applicable choices quickly. There is an option to "favorite" cards so it's quicker to get what you need next time, but the decks will randomly lose favorites so you're back at square one, tediously going through each card.. This app really needs to fix the "favorites" function and implement a keyword search, subjects, or some sort of filer option to the decks.
42 people found this review helpful
A great idea, but much of it is unusable because the text on the cards is cut off on the bottom. I believe it needs to be updated for the latest Android version. When I first started the app on my Android phone, the phone warned me that it was built for an older version of the operating system and that it might not work properly. I'm running Android 10 on a new Samsung Galaxy S10+
108 people found this review helpful
The prompts/questions are great, but the UI is lacking. Adding a shuffle/randomization button would improve the long-term usability of this app by light years. Other users' comments of scrolling lag are valid, but I wouldn't care so much if after the first time I use a deck I don't have to scroll for 5+ minutes each subsequent time to get a new card. I do also like that there isn't an extra charge and that there aren't any ads though (which might explain why it feels like an incomplete UI).
6 people found this review helpful