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Cram

Description

Cram’s official flashcard mobile app is here. Bring all the flashcard features you know and love about Cram to your iPhone (iPad coming soon!).

When you log into your Cram account the app automatically downloads your account information including: your created flashcard sets, your favorite flashcard sets and the flashcard sets you study most frequently.

Why you’ll love this flashcard app:
■ Completely free and easy to use
■ Syncs with your Cram account
■ Accesses all 80,000,000+ flashcards on Cram
■ Works online and offline; when you’re ready to study your flashcards, so is the app
■ Supports two study modes: Card mode and Memorize mode

About the study modes:
Card mode allows you to quickly view an entire set of flashcards and repeat them as often as you like. Memorize mode automatically hides flashcards you know so you can concentrate on the ones you still need to learn. You can even enable the cram option to supercharge your studying with spaced repetition similar to the Leitner system!

Get the grades you thought were impossible. Start studying for your next test with the Cram official mobile flashcard app today!

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One Activity

  1. John Stopple - Mesa Community College says:

    Cram is really fun and engaging. I like the games on it. It also has several good examples for Philosophy instructors that can show how it can be used.

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