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  • Category: Education
  • Released date: 11/15/2010
  • Current Version: 2.6
  • Seller: Jeffrey Holliday
  • Recommended Age: 4+
  • Download Size: 2630833
  • Last Update: 07/22/2011
  • Requirements: All

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Flashcardlet is a free studying application that has study material for any class or standardized test. If you want, you can also create your own. It is the *best* way to study on the iPhone, iPod, and iPad.

Flashcardlet allows you to easily create decks of flashcards for convenient, portable studying. It's designed to be extremely easy to use.

Flashcardlet also allows you to search for and study Quizlet.com flashcards. Any subject you can think of already has a Quizlet flashcard set that is perfect for studying!

From grade school to law school, Flashcardlet is the perfect studying tool for any subject.

Flashcardlet is far and above the best flashcard studying app - better than all of the other free and even paid alternatives. Other flashcard apps cant create cards or handle large decks of cards, images, or simple gestures. Flashcardlet feels like a real deck of flashcards and does not get in your way. It also works great on your iPad.

Features:

-Create new decks of flashcards quickly and easily. Edit existing decks, even ones from Quizlet.

-Download flashcard decks from Quizlet, the leading online study site. Quizlet decks that have been added to your library can be studied offline and edited.

-Study Quizlet flashcard decks with high-resolution images.

-Study long flashcard decks without any performance issues.

-Flip through cards with natural-feeling gestures that move as fast or slow as you would like.

-Don't waste your time waiting for flashcard decks to download: they download automatically in the background.

-Study in both portrait and landscape orientations.

-Cards with images are laid out intelligently and look like real flashcards do.

-Bookmark cards that you have trouble with so you can easily come back to them. You can also limit your studying to only cards that you have starred.

-Study your cards in their original order or at random.

-Quiz yourself using either side of your flashcards.

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