Saggio Technologies today announces Spanish Flashcards 2.0 – 1,000 Nouns for iOS, their app that uses prioritization to help students learn Spanish. Unlike other flashcards that simply repeat words, the app employs the Leitner cardfile system. It keeps three lists, based on student performance: Unseen (new), Correct (right once), and Mastered (right twice). Each time a new deck is dealt, cards from each group are included in a ratio of 50%-30%-20%. A scoring system tracks the student’s progress.
Seattle based TouchLanguage today announces a promotion of its FlashCards for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. TouchLanguage FlashCards is a dynamic touch-based learning app that uses mentally engaging games, enlightening quizzes, and interactive flashcards to help users learn the popular foreign language of their choice. This innovative language education utility will be offered on sale to App shoppers for a limited time only.
Independent software developer Christian Kienle today releases Flashcards 3.4 for Mac OS X. Flashcards is an easy-to-use flash card application with a beautiful iTunes-like user interface. Organize your cards in decks, folders and smart decks. Decks can be exported and saved in any place on your hard disk. Each card has a progress indicator so that you see your overall performance at a glance. Version 3.4 comes with a lot of new refinements and performance improvements.