Flashcards ToGo

Flashcards ToGo


Makes learning with flashcards (e.g. vocabulary) fun and effective, combining the advantages of flashcard learning with the possibilities of your android device:
- uses spaced repetition learning for reviewing cards in optimal intervals
- reminds you of cards due for review
- lets you use pictures as flash cards
- lets you read out cards using the text-to-speech engine
- integrates Google translate to assist you in translating cards
- allows importing cards from Quizlet, StudyStack and FlashcardExchange, giving you access to millions of ready-made stacks for virtually every language or subject (e.g. GRE, SAT, TOEFL, countries & capitals, biology, medicine, ...)
- allows export to/import from Google docs (e.g. conveniently create new cards on your PC and import them to your phone)
- allows to backup/restore your complete data using Google drive (e.g. backup on phone and restore on tablet)
- allows export to/import from csv file
- visually appealing look and feel with optional animations for your flashcard learning session
- allows sorting and searching (fuzzy search) of cards on your phone

Please note: Fully functional version without any ads, but the number of flashcards is limited to 200 cards. You have to install the "Flashcards ToGo CardsPackGold" app from Google Play to allow an unlimited number of cards.

Recent changes:
Version 1.7.2:
- added: option to not import duplicates from google docs (18 votes on uservoice)
- added: geography sample course
- added: italian translation
- added: shrink images
- increased card limit of free app to 200
- bugfixes and smaller improvements...
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4.1
User ratings
197
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
1
File size
2658 kb
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About Flashcards ToGo
Makes learning with flashcards (e.g. vocabulary) fun and effective, combining the advantages of flashcard learning with the possibilities of your android device:
- uses spaced repetition learning for reviewing cards in optimal intervals
- reminds you of cards due for review
- lets you use pictures as flash cards
- lets you read out cards using the text-to-speech engine
- integrates Google translate to assist you in translating cards
- allows importing cards from Quizlet, StudyStack and FlashcardExchange, giving you access to millions of ready-made stacks for virtually every language or subject (e.g. GRE, SAT, TOEFL, countries & capitals, biology, medicine, ...)
- allows export to/import from Google docs (e.g. conveniently create new cards on your PC and import them to your phone)
- allows to backup/restore your complete data using Google drive (e.g. backup on phone and restore on tablet)
- allows export to/import from csv file
- visually appealing look and feel with optional animations for your flashcard learning session
- allows sorting and searching (fuzzy search) of cards on your phone

Please note: Fully functional version without any ads, but the number of flashcards is limited to 200 cards. You have to install the "Flashcards ToGo CardsPackGold" app from Google Play to allow an unlimited number of cards.

Recent changes:
Version 1.7.2:
- added: option to not import duplicates from google docs (18 votes on uservoice)
- added: geography sample course
- added: italian translation
- added: shrink images
- increased card limit of free app to 200
- bugfixes and smaller improvements...

User reviews of Flashcards ToGo
Probably the best flashcard app. However, it pales in comparison to a 'real' desktop tool, like anki. After 2 months of use, and many feature requests, I'm considering using a netbook for flashcards, which may be the only way to get the functionality I need.
Oct 27, 2010
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 29, 2014
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A Google User
Dec 15, 2013
Good way Its a good app as a such idea. But flash cards generally are overwhelming for practicing new words. The app could have more features, though
A Google User
Sep 2, 2013
Best flashcard app out there I love this app. Well worth your time. Only thing I wish it had was an auto back up to cloud feature so if I lost my phone I didn't have to worry about all the flashcards I made and where I in the learning process with them. Using the export feature is nice but a little confusing and also I don't always update it. Great app though! I recommend it to all my friends.
A Google User
Jul 3, 2013
New user Don't blame me because google changes the date for a past review. It's nice to see the update fixed the problem I had with the app too bad it took so long. Best program for flashcards though. :-)
A Google User
May 21, 2013
New user Don't blame me because google changes the date for a past review. It's nice to see the update fixed the problem I had with the app too bad it took so long. Best program for flashcards though. :-)