Memory Story Flashcards S Pen

Memory Story Flashcards S Pen


Memory Story is a flash card app with a focus on simplicity and ease of use. Create cards as easily as you would on paper but with the benefits of digital flash cards. Memory Story schedules your cards using spaced repetition to help you retain your knowledge.

* Draw your flash cards using the Samsung S Pen
* Replay your flash cards to see stroke order which is especially useful for Chinese, Japanese, Korean, etc
* Create math flash cards without the complex LaTeX syntax
* Easily review your cards at any time
* Memory Story's UI looks like it belongs on modern Android

Device Compatability:
This app only works on devices manufactored by Samsung. This is because it is using the Samsung S Pen SDK for drawing. The only officially supported devices are the Samsung Galaxy Note 1 & 2. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 seems to work for some people. If you purchase the app and it isn't working for you, please contact me and I can issue a refund.

Thanks for reading,
William Beene

Recent changes:
1.3.2 [2013/10/22]
* Added short survey (look at the bottom of Settings)

1.3.1 [2013/10/22]
* Small bug fix dealing with creation of folders

1.3.0 [2013/10/14]
* Folders
* Sorting in the card browser
* Small bug fixes
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$5.00
75
3.8
User ratings
38
Installs
100+
Concerns
0
File size
3426 kb
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About Memory Story Flashcards S Pen
Memory Story is a flash card app with a focus on simplicity and ease of use. Create cards as easily as you would on paper but with the benefits of digital flash cards. Memory Story schedules your cards using spaced repetition to help you retain your knowledge.

* Draw your flash cards using the Samsung S Pen
* Replay your flash cards to see stroke order which is especially useful for Chinese, Japanese, Korean, etc
* Create math flash cards without the complex LaTeX syntax
* Easily review your cards at any time
* Memory Story's UI looks like it belongs on modern Android

Device Compatability:
This app only works on devices manufactored by Samsung. This is because it is using the Samsung S Pen SDK for drawing. The only officially supported devices are the Samsung Galaxy Note 1 & 2. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 seems to work for some people. If you purchase the app and it isn't working for you, please contact me and I can issue a refund.

Thanks for reading,
William Beene

Recent changes:
1.3.2 [2013/10/22]
* Added short survey (look at the bottom of Settings)

1.3.1 [2013/10/22]
* Small bug fix dealing with creation of folders

1.3.0 [2013/10/14]
* Folders
* Sorting in the card browser
* Small bug fixes

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 6, 2014
Looks like developers had abandoned Bummer. This had so much potential.
A Google User
Jun 25, 2014
So Much Potential Great app, but a few things are keeping this app from becoming my end-all-be-all study tool –when I switch apps or lock the screen, I lose everything that was on the card I was writing on. Multi-screen functionality for writing apps makes it a bit less of a problem than it was before, but it's still an inconvenience not being able to take a break from writing a card because the screen might timeout –Subfolders. If there were 3 levels of folders, I could make a lot of decks for various subjects over the course of a semester, keep them organized, and study them at the end of the year. But without subfolders (or being able moving decks for that matter) it's just not possible to keep decks organized enough to even bother trying –there should be a way to find cards withing decks to edit them Edit: Thanks for responding. I actually hadn't used the app since the semester ended in mid-may. Didn't realize my only remaining issue was the one of subfolders. Keep up the great work! It's much appreciated EDIT: SELL THIS APP OR SOMETHING. I STILL USE IT AND IT'S NOT GETTING BETTER. PLEASE
A Google User
Mar 7, 2014
Love this app but.. My only wish is for a minimized window update, so I can dual screen what I am writing the flashcards off of, instead of flipping back and forth to my ochem reactions As a sidenote: best app on my tablet!! I took a leap of faith by buying it- there is only a few photos of the app and no one has done a walkthrough for it on youtube- but I am very impressed by different pen styles, the flashcard capabilities, and how this is the best s-pen flashcard app I've seen. Totally worth $5 instead of the continuous purchases of real-life flashcards.
A Google User
Jan 29, 2014
Good but could be better This is exactly what I was looking for as a study aid, I can finally make electronic note cards with all the short-hand I can't use when typing. There are a few things which could make it better: an option to leave the drawing tools open (useful for larger screens), the ability to flip the cards for studying (show side B first), an easier way to edit existing cards and the ability to copy cards ***Edit: No more cards saved as black specks! But there's still some serious lag if the app is open too long.***
A Google User
Dec 30, 2013
Keeps crashing Can't edit cards (specifically side B using the flip feature) without the app crashing on my galaxy note 10.1 2014. Fix the issue and I will remove this review. App has a lot of potential. Please fix bugs.