Mobile Flashcards from Dictionary.com help Android users study for many subjects

Mobile Flashcards from Dictionary.com help Android users study for many subjects
Android users can now use Mobile Flashcards from Dictionary.com to help study for any one of 70,000 subjects or standardized tests. The free app is available from the Android Market and besides the 70,000 different subjects available, the app allows you to create your own series of flash cards and share them with others when you sign up for a Dictionary.com account.

The flash cards are like small study guides that help you learn and retain the information that you need to remember to get good test scores. You can sync your mobile learning progress with your desktop learning, select your study method from audio pronunciation or definition matching. Dictionary.com President Shravan Goli says that this is just the beginning of turning his site into the "definitive location for word learning."

source: AndroidGuys




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2 Comments

1. Awesome1 unregistered

Great app, help me save some trees and some greens

2. Bern unregistered

Anki is better than this one.

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