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Dictionary.com Flashcards


Study, learn and master words on your phone. Create and play fun, tailored study programs anywhere, anytime.

Features:
- Create your own or choose from over 70,000 flashcard decks
- Customize your study by grade level, standardized test, or subject
- Select your study method - audio pronunciation or definition matching
- Sync your online and mobile app progress
- Study offline - without an internet connection

This free flashcards app contains options to share content via social media.

Recent changes:
- Fix to Facebook share feature
- Miscellaneous bug fixes
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Free
85
4.3
User ratings
5582
Installs
1,000,000+
Concerns
0
File size
3882 kb
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About Dictionary.com Flashcards
Study, learn and master words on your phone. Create and play fun, tailored study programs anywhere, anytime.

Features:
- Create your own or choose from over 70,000 flashcard decks
- Customize your study by grade level, standardized test, or subject
- Select your study method - audio pronunciation or definition matching
- Sync your online and mobile app progress
- Study offline - without an internet connection

This free flashcards app contains options to share content via social media.

Recent changes:
- Fix to Facebook share feature
- Miscellaneous bug fixes

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A Google User
5 days ago
Good
A Google User
5 days ago
Quiz Shuffling I have observed that when I take the quiz for my deck, the order in which I learned them does not change. As I keep taking these quizzes, I have further observed that I recall the first set and last set of words extraordinary better than the middle set. This phenomenon is termed, 'the serial position effect' in psychology. I would suggest a shuffling algorithm for taking a quiz, to engage the brain areas responsible for memory construction and recollection. Doing so, will promote better retention of words.
A Google User
6 days ago
Trying This I do enjoy. Makes you use those brain cells. I like the challenge. People try this, I know you will like it.
A Google User
Oct 13, 2014
Can't add on definitions Title says it all, you can't add your own definitions and words for personal use. Well, that's just dumb.
A Google User
Oct 11, 2014
Great tool to master new wirds UI needs some enhancements in intuitive and experience based interactions.