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FlashQard

FlashQard

FlashQard is an educational software to help improve your learning process. It is designed to help you learn not only a new language but anything that can be learned in a simple and intuitive way.

FlashQard uses the well known Leitner System as the reviewing method. The Leitner System (proposed by the psychologist Sebastian Leitner in the 1970s) is renowned as being one the most efficient methods for learning.

 FlashQard 0.15.0

Price
Free to download

Size
5.5MB
License

GNU GPL v2

Developer
Shahab Shirazi

Website
flashqard-project.org

System Requirements
libqt4-gui 4.5.0 or higher OR
libqtgui4 4.5.0 or higher

Support:
FAQ, SourceForge Project Page, Flashcards, FlashcardExchange

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • Arranges flashcards in different categories
  • Different types of flashcard for different purposes
  • Multi sided vocabulary cards
  • Embedded dictionary which works offline (MDic databases) and online (Google translate)
  • Interactive map cards for geography training (capital of countries, location of countries, states, cities,...)
  • Advanced text editor for editing rich text
  • Infinite number of images can be inserted inside each flashcard
  • Image editor embedded inside the text editor
  • Fetch appropriate images from internet (Google images)
  • Embedded dictionary which is able to translate more than 50 languages
  • Portability. Save all data (text, images, statistics) within a single file in XML format
  • Supports KVTML and CSV file formats
  • Import and merge other files
  • Records every answer to each flashcard for analysis
  • [Auto]Pronounce as you go through your cards ("espeak" program should be installed)
  • Displays which flashcards should be reviewed during the session
  • Fully customizable review
  • Search for flashcards (title/contents. Regular Expressions are also supported)
  • Unicode support

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