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Introducing a fun new way to prepare for tests and memorize vocabulary! Tinycards is a flashcards app made by the team behind Duolingo, the most downloaded education app in the world. <br><br>*Flashcards for Duolingo vocabulary.*<br>Love Duolingo? Review the words you’ve learned with Duolingo course flashcards!<br><br>*Prepare for tests effectively*<br>Tinycards uses spaced repetition and other smart learning techniques to help you remember new material. Time to ace your next quiz!<br><br>*Choose from thousands of topics or make your own decks.*<br>Create your own decks and share them with friends, or pick from a variety of ready-made collections. You’ll find flashcards for biology, chemistry, geography, history, language, and more! <br><br>*Tinycards. Big fun.*<br>Learn almost anything with delightful, animated flashcards. Have fun unlocking new levels and keeping your memory strength bar full while you learn. <br><br>*Simple and free.*<br>Easy to use, 100% free.
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I like the app but there are some things that could be better. I wish it followed Duolingo a little closer. The ‘skills’ are in a different order and not everything in Duolingo is in TinyCards, so I thought I was doing both at the same time then found that I had missed Family in TinyCards because it is just way further down the list. Additionally the cards will give you words you haven’t learned in Duolingo. (Ex: Family in Tiny Cards teaches you ‘al’ which I haven’t learned in Duolingo even though I only have 3 lessons left then Family will be complete.) Maybe this is intentional? It says it follows the skills in Duolingo so I didn’t think so. Also some words have multiple meanings but it will count it wrong if you don’t use a certain one in TinyCards (Duolingo seems to accept each meaning), but neither app has bothered to teach what the difference is and how to know when to use each (Ex: perdón and disculpe can both mean ‘excuse me’, so which do you use?)
I wish I could change other people’s decks. like maybe let us personalize a deck? most decks that are made by others have spelling mistakes or incorrect information and it would be easier to be able to fix them than to just make a whole new deck. also, I don’t like the “do you remember this card” questions. I’d rather you just quiz me on the card and see if I get it wrong or not. when you allow me to see both sides of the card, how am I supposed to know if I remember it? Also, I hate how you HAVE to do each “section” at a time before moving onto the next one. I wish I could just make a deck or learn a deck by seeing all of the cards at once like how I’m able to once I’ve done every section. ALSO if you don’t say what language the card is in auto correct won’t work. So I have to say front of card is English’s and back of card is in English. But then if you chose a language, it will READ YOU THE CARD WHEN YOURE LEARNING IT. There’s no way to turn off audio besides just putting the volume down on my phone. So I have change everything to English, then when I’m done typing out the cards I have to change it to “none”. So annoying ???? Update: I just changed whether you get quizzes on the back or front for one of my sets and everything reset. Each section got locked again. Complete garbage app
....to traditional Spanish classes, at 66, I am delighted to discover I CAN learn Spanish! I can repeat lessons I think/know I need to repeat....and then move on when I am comfortable with my use/knowledge. It’s a bit tougher for me after having a small stroke. The words I try to spell, get mixed up, even though I KNOW the word I want...I am having trouble spelling in Spanish. But I am delighted WITH my progress! TINY CARDS present a whole line of languages to learn! I am amazed to discover that there are other subjects presented like Medical Terminology, Basic Science Equations , and even letters and numbers for the kids! To see ALL of TINY CARDS offerings be sure to set up an account. It is entirely free (which amazes and delights me...) and you will be able to add for your own use flash cards...of any subject offered. Roman numerals, anyone? It’s here! It’s up to you to use it....it’s fun and a great way to learn at your own pace...😀. 💯% Oh, I forgot....when I feel competent, there are pod recordings in Spanish that I can listen to. (I did not check every language offered)It’s another perk.
This app intrigued me at first, as a longtime Duolingo user. Generally speaking, it COULD be a good app, but there are a few key issues. The biggest problem is constantly getting words wrong that have double meanings, because the app doesn’t indicate in any fashion which meaning they’re looking for. Example: I’m learning Italian. The app asks me to write “you drink”. I write “Tu bevi,” which is an accurate option. The app tells me I got this incorrect and that the correct answer is “Voi bevete.” Now, that is of course ALSO correct; but without the app indicating what it is looking for (perhaps “you drink (plural)”), one is left to take a stab in the dark and hope for the best - not a very efficient way to learn a language, if you ask me. Duolingo itself manages to get this right; “another correct solution” often pops up after you have answered a question with ONE of the correct answers (in cases where multiple answers are correct). Additionally, as has been mentioned here, your lesson completion is constantly degrading, very quickly. It is at the point where one would need to do every single previous lesson every single day in order to maintain “progress”.
Having an flash card app that works alongside Duolingo is great. It’s very useful except for two major issues: 1) The completion level for each set of cards degrades WAY too fast, much faster than Duolingo. This is problematic for me because I’m way ahead in Duolingo and it’s made it very hard to catch up with Tinycards. Each lesson degrades in completion every single day, and so the further along you get, the more you need to do to keep it current, and the harder it is to move forward. I could just move on anyway, but as a completion freak I just need to get it all done every day. It’s extremely frustrating. 2) Some words have multiple meanings or translations. However, it will only accept one as the correct answer, not the other, and gives no indication as to which one it wants. Ultimately, because I have to redo every card set as outlined in point 1, you come to figure out which it wants from the wording of the question, but it’s still frustrating to get something wrong when it’s actually still correct.
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Tinycards - Fun Flashcards is ranking in Education & Social Networking
Last update was at Apr 12, 2018and the current version is 1.0.29.
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