Studyblue is a useful tool with which to learn a foreign language. I like being able to access the software with multiple devices. On the downside, it does not have search capabilities within a deck. I have to manually search each card until I find the one I am looking for to revise or correct. Also, the in order flip option begins with the first card for each session. Being able to bookmark progress would help.
I came across the information online and thought it would be super helpful wjth school, so I downloaded the app. I could only access 5 cards and it asked for a subscription. I subscribed to the monthly plan only to discover I was still limited to 5 cards and the app wanted me to subscribe to they semester or yearly one. What is the point of paying $20 for a month (which is how much longer I would be in the class) just to get the same amount of access?
Paid for studypro which worked fine. After 3 days I was only able to access 5 cards and not all of them. I was asked to pay more if I want to access all of them. I certainly will be cancelling my subscription.
Grotesque flaw for French vocab in French as list cannot be set to show back of card as one line only to Hide the defn e.g. faucher faucher hidden def n; could you recall it ?? Landscape view try to add interest. Auto rotates, shows pane to enter CRASH; portrait select interest, no crash ... but adds duplicates !! Does not remember generic topic (in my case Nihongo) so must re-enter to get multi-word interest topics, or copy and paste manually. Just silly not ready for release update flaws.
Very good Import Functionality And superb sync across devices
So useful, I'm learning Spanish wayyyy faster with this app