Study Flashcards on your Android Device with StudyBlue

With StudyBlue, you can study for exams on your Android phone. In a recent study, StudyBlue has been declared the “Official App of Final Exams”. This is a cross-platform application running on both Android and iOS that allows you to create neat and colorful flash cards online, which can be download and studied on a mobile device offline. StudyBlue allows you to have different “stacks” of cards, with each stack belonging to a different category. A few features of StudyBlue that stand out:

  • Offline Mode
  • Multimedia Flashcards
  • Search your Flashcards
  • Class Management (add or remove classes from your StudyBlue.com account)
  • Collaboration between other Classmates

This application is free for both Android and iOS devices, and does require a StudyBlue.com account. So if you are in college, high school, or even middle school, I suggest you use this application to help save some trees and not have to worry about losing flashcards. You can download SatudyBlue using the box below, and enjoy!

Source: Press Release

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Phil Esposito is a 17 year old Android advocate. His reviews and articles have been showcased on multiple technology sites across the web. Besides written reviews, Phil specializes in video production and incorporates videos into his articles whenever he gets the chance.

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