Not the most intuitive, but I was able to figure out how to create the cards I wanted in a reasonable amount of time. Definitely recommended for language learners, as most apps promote translation skills rather than actual thinking in the new language. Create cards with images and text and audio in your target language only. Love the TTS and built in image search. This app is a great value.
I'm in love with this app. I use it to study Japanese and it has helped me tremendously. Apart from the standard flashcard features I also use the tts feature to get the pronunciation and the drawing feature to practice my kanji. I recommend it wholeheartedly!
This is fantastic! It takes some trial and error at first... but when you get it... superb. Thank you.
App just ok. But it is better do not expect any answer from devs, specially if you have any serious issue: seven months and I had no single word from them. 🙁
Good app very helpful in revision
Perfect replacement for paper I was starting to learn Japanese and using paper flashcards to test myself on vocabulary. I ran out of cards and then discovered this app which enables me to do everything I was doing with the cards and even more. I love how it tracks what you got right or wrong and can even differentiate between a 'strong' correct (I've definitely remembered) and a weaker correct (I had to think about it). It integrates with some online tools I haven't tried, and can even include pictures and audio as you want it.
Quizlet will cut off our access to their flashcards around May 28th.
Sets already downloaded can still be studied.
You still have a variety of other ways to import flashcards, such as through our website, Dropbox and Google Drive.