10 Best Flash Card Apps for Android

A flash card comes in handy while memorizing keywords for any topic, be it studying for an exam, public speaking or remembering mathematical formulae. Flash card apps for Android have made it quite easier to make use of them without having to create an actual set of cards.

Let us take a look at some of the best flash card apps available on Android.

1. Quizlet

Quizlet comes with a user-friendly interactive interface and works on your phone, tablet, and laptop. You can create your own flash card sets, time-bound quizzes, and can also join group quizzes hosted by the admin- by scanning the QR code or entering a passcode.

2. StudyBlue

 This paid program allows you to add audio, pictures and also arrange quizzes. You can also copy and share cards with other users, in a group, or as an individual user.

3. Buffl

  This cloud-based app helps you access its contents from anywhere and enables you to create slash card sets instantly.

4. Brainscape Flashcards

This good-looking app has a large number of card decks available. It also provides certified classes and user-generated sets, some of which can be unlocked after a paid subscription.

5. Anki

 This flashcard app available for Windows, Linux, Mac OS, iPhone, Android has quite enticing features and add-ons. It allows users to access the app in both offline and online mode and many fields such as translation, examples of use, pictures, audio files can also be added. Additional plug-ins can also be installed.

6. Memrise

 This flashcard app allows users to add anything to the card, like a picture which would make it easier for the user to associate and hence understand the definition in the card. A recommendation for memory enhancement and a funny picture makes it more exciting.

7. Rolandos Flashcards

 This free software is simple to use and is quite basic. It allows users to create cards on the desktop. It doesn’t require any permissions or user account for access.

8. Cram.com Flashcards

This simple app with a bold design comes with more than 75 million pre-created cards that you can share and learn from. And of course, you can create your own cards and set them as private or public.

9. AnkiDroid

 This free app comes with plenty of extra features like the eye and battery- friendly mode,  statistics to track your learning, etc.

10. Lexilize Flashcards maker

This language-learning app offers card sets in more than 118 languages and comes with audio to help you with pronunciations. It also comes with a series of random games.

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