Could not sync my pack from my class Tried to sync these flashcards to two Android phones: a Samsung Note 5 and a Samsung Galaxy Mega but I got the error message Java.langNullPointerException. I tried to look up how to fix this but it was too complicated for me to figure out. I guess I will just have to use it on my computer only. That is sad.
Meh I have a 125 card set, and the app claims to set cards I mark as known, to known, but continues to show them to me which is very annoying. I was planning on buying the full version, but if it's anything like the free version it's essentially useless
Excellent App Glad to see this has been upgraded. I rely on this for personal & professional uses. On a 1 to 10 scale, I would rate this a 9.
Used to be a solid app but there is no more customer support and passwords don't work.
Good, but I'd like a bit more Easiest flashcard app I've found, but would really like to be able to put a card in more than one set. Eg penicillin dose as part of infectious diseases and also in pharmacology... maybe create searchable tags? Also be able to list cards that haven't recently been learnt, or rated as difficult, etc.
Syncing doesn't work on marshmallow If you're like me and several others in the forums & you upgraded to Android marshmallow, syncing between phone & pc will probably not work on your device. This is a deal breaker for me as I'll copy & paste information from study guides on my pc then review them on my phone when I'm on the go. The devs don't seem to be active at the moment so a fix seems unlikely. Bummer, this is one of the better flash card apps out there.
* Fixed newer android version bugs (Not loading ads, and couldn't sync )
* Bugfixes for image uploading and downloading edge cases
* Updated 3rd party syncing (Paid version Only)
* fixed out of memory issue when syncing large amount of cards on some devices.