Evernote Peek app uses the iPad 2's Smart Cover to improve your memory

Evernote Peek app uses the iPad 2's Smart Cover to improve your memory
Are traditional flash cards (not flash memory) not hip enough for you? Then you might look into the free Evernote Peek app for the iPad 2. It uses the iPad 2's Smart Cover to let you 'peek' at clues, and then peel back the cover to reveal the answer. To move on to the next question, you simply close the cover completely, and begin again.

You will have access to pre-made study guides from Evernote and Study Blue. But you can also make your own study guides and quizzes. The note titles become the clues, and the bodies become the answers. As you go through your quizzes, you simply denote the answers you got wrong, and Evernote Peek will score your tests and track your progress.

Evernote points out a number of possible uses, including learning a language, preparing for a test, remembering business contacts, and brushing up on facts before a vacation. We think a great addition would be photos. That way, you could use Evernote Peek for visuals as well.

We don't know if this is really preferable to traditional flash cards, but it certainly makes the process more fun. And you don't have to worry about misplacing notecards. Tell us what you think: What else can we do with the Smart Cover?

source: Evernote via IntoMobile

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