- Updated support for Google Docs
- Fixed an issue that affected how some Docs spreadsheets were imported
- Updated Quizlet.com support
- Fixed a memory leak in the Quizlet importer
- Various other small fixes, some related to iOS 5
Flashboard helps you look at flashcards. Spend less time configuring and more time getting better grades. The only app that lets you see lots of cards at once, so you can review a whole vocabulary set minutes before the exam.
Contact me from within the app if you have any questions. Search for Cardboard for iPad if you want an ad-free version.
EASY ON THE EYES
Your cards look great in Flashboard. Tap a deck and watch the cards fly into place. Each screen flows into the next. Customize your board with one of four background fabrics. Pick a font for your cards. Do you need text centered on the front and left-aligned on the back? You can adjust that too.
You should be able to jump from the 3rd card in a set to the 72nd without getting bored. You can flip through your cards in order or use the preview slider to find the card you’re looking for, no matter where it is in the set.
HAVE SOME FUN
Play the memory game and get fast at pairing terms and definitions. Choose from three board sizes to craft the perfect challenge. The Starred Only mode lets you narrow your focus to cards you've marked important with a star.
Use the powerful Google Docs integration to import two-column spreadsheets. Paste an image URL into a cell and Flashboard will download the image. Keep your data safe in the cloud. Your friends or students can import spreadsheets you share.
MILLIONS OF SETS. AVAILABLE NOW.
Flashboard integrates with Quizlet.com, the largest flash cards website around. Access millions of free sets on the arts, literature, languages, math, science, history, standardized tests, health-care, law, and real estate.
CREATE YOUR OWN
Create decks and edit cards directly on your iPad. Add photos and text to your cards, front and back. Drag rows to reorder your cards.
- Adjust deck order by title, date created, or date last accessed
- Cards can have text, photos, or both on either side.
- Pick from several background colors
- Pick a default font for cards to use
- Adjust front-side text size and alignment
- Adjust back-side text size and alignment
- Flip your cards over while viewing them in grid mode
- Use the slider to see a preview of each card as you slide over
- Memory match game lets you practice while playing
- Star the cards that are important to you
- Import flash cards from Quizlet.com
- Import your two-column Google Docs spreadsheets
- Paste image URLs in your spreadsheets; Flashboard downloads the image
- Create and edit decks and cards on your iPad
- Built-in help menu
- Simple. Easy enough for anyone to use.
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- June 11, 2014 Initial release