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FlashCards is a cleanly designed, Leitner-based flashcard application. Automates the flashcard learning process, and streamlines creation and editing of flashcards with stylus or keyboard. This application simplifies the process of creating and reviewing flashcards. It's designed to function without the frustrating stops and starts of many palm applications: Flashcards may be entered with keyboard or Graffiti. They can be reviewed without using the stylus, and no screen-tapping is necessary to shift focus when entering and editing cards.

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Recent releases

  •  02 May 2005 14:11

    Release Notes: CardInHand is a rewrite of the original FlashCards program. It includes two additional flash card review methods (multiple choice and text entry), enhanced statistics screens, multiple categories for each flash card, and a cross platform desktop flash card editor.

    •  19 Jan 2005 03:41

      Release Notes: This release features many small bugfixes and speed enhancements which make this program friendlier to older Palm devices. A new desktop deck editor was created that users can use to edit or create decks for their handheld.

      •  11 Dec 2004 20:46

        Release Notes: Some bugs that prevented FlashCards from working with the Zire 72 were fixed. A pre-release of the desktop Deck editor is available. Other minor fixes and enhancements were made.

        •  27 Oct 2004 22:20

          Release Notes: Support for high-res Palm devices. Support for 5-way buttons on Zire. While reviewing flashcards, the the question card can automatically transition to the answer side (variable timeout available), and cards in the Leitner levels are now assigned a time for next review. Cards that need to be reviewed again are automatically added to the list of cards you must review. There are many other small changes and significant speed improvements.

          •  18 Oct 2004 06:08

            No changes have been submitted for this release.


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