Review from Mark Davis
Best Flash Card App Available Hands Down! Pulled down close to a half dozen of these apps., none of which met my needs. Found this one (last one I tried of course!) and was sold! It allows you to upload card decks using Dropbox, and Google Drive (among others)! I even created a deck using Notepad and uploaded it to my phone using their web site! The biggest selling point for me was the ability to play cards reversed, i.e. switch which side is played first. This allows you to really know the material you're studying forwards and backwards. None of the other apps. I looked at could do this and it was key for me. It has a gazillion other features that I still have to look into.
Doesn't support the most common flashcard format of CSV, as far as I can tell. This is a deal breaker. Also somewhat creaky UI, eg requiring you to navigate to its default storage dir in Android/data/etc instead of providing a file chooser.
Only allows 6 cards per deck, with only 6 decks allowed. Useless.
I love the iPhone version. Why Android version do not allow drawing in creating new cards? I am a paid customer in iOS and happily paid for Android as well. Once I know it don't support drawing in creating new card. I refunded it.
Best feature of this app is Combination Decks. I use the import quizlet functionality to import ready-made decks from other reliable authors... however they make small decks based on their study book's chapters. Flashcard Deluxe - you can combine the decks and study it as a whole.
This does the job and is so advanced! I can import from google docs, text files or even google sheets. I can add sounds, pictures and have 5 sided cards so I can include more detailed background information.
I have been using this app since ~2010 and have studied Mandarin, Cantonese, Japanese, Korean, English, and even other subjects like song lyrics & life-coaching. Great app!
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