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- Windows Phone 8.1
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
- data services
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WVGA (480x800)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (1)
What better way to activate your mental processes and exercise your memory than with Flashcards for Windows Phone 7! Add the effectiveness of flashcards to your studies without the mess of paper cards. Study from six built-in decks - Cell Biology, French Vocabulary, Spanish Vocabulary, Sports Trivia, State Capitols, and Trigonometric Identities - or create custom decks on a subject of your choice. Study in “Review Mode” and flag cards that are giving you trouble. Then test yourself in “Quiz mode.” Incorrect answers are flagged so you know exactly what you need to improve upon!
7/17/2014This is a good designed app but doesn't support Unicode. Please fix it.
7/16/2014Excellent. Could use some optimizations though. Extra kudos for not collecting use data or requiring permission to access user media library like other apps.
7/7/2014when press back button，the app crashs。😨
6/6/2014Oh, doesn't support Unicode and other language like Persian .. Please we need it
6/5/2014Please support Persian language
6/1/2014Update!! Make adding cards faster!
5/26/2014It dosen't support persian
5/25/2014simple learning in combination of quizlet is the best way to study! Millions of sets are already online.
5/22/2014I swear to god that every f*cking card I put in this thing changes. The program crashes and it can't retain a single f*cking fact! It made me want to snap my phone to bits and throw it against a wall. Do not get this app! I'm in Hulk mood right now because I just put sixty two questions for my final in this app and when I come back five minutes later to study it crashes and the cards are all wrong!
5/20/2014No complaints so far. Thank you Microsoft for putting this out there. The more free utility apps (that are actually useful) that are available in the app store the more I appreciate the Windows phone. Adding words is a little tedious, but I'll take it for now. Keep improving MSFT!