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I just recently got myself an iPhone, and I wanted to know what program/app you use to make flash cards on. I thought I remember something about study shack, but it didn't look the same as how I remembered it. Any help would be greatly appreciated. TIA~ ;)

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I use gFlashPro, it is the only app I ever paid for (4.99) It's the one that you can download your lists off of study shack (google docs and gWhiz Catalog too). I love this app!

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I second the iflipr. It's amazing. It gives you just the right amount at a time and builds new ones in right when you're ready. I LOVE it. It changed my life.

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Give Touchcards a try. Import any set you see on Quizlet.com or StudyStack.com. You can also create your own on those sites, or make one in Google Docs spreadsheet and import it.

Two versions are available - the new version lets you play a game with your cards and add images and more.

http://bit.ly/touchcards2

Let me know if you have questions (via the site above). My wife's studying to enter the medical field and I made this for her and it grew from there.

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Best app or aid for the iPhone I've come across in a while....

The app is iFlash Free and the site you can do all the creation & editing from is Freezingblue.com

It's really great, just recently got it & I've used it to make a big set of very detailed Nursing Abbreviation flashcards so far, which you can go & add to your collection if you're interested, and have downloaded other's cards to my collection, as that's one of the best features of this app. :)

One of the best things for students w/ iPhones! :up:

You won't regret trying this app. I think it's gonna be one of my best friends.

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Thanks for all the tips! Now I will have something to take along with me. Between med cards, and some disease process' - this will make the book load a lot lighter!

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iflipr is a great app. I've used it to help my son study and it really is amazing and using logic and looping cards not mastered back into your mix. This would be great for any student, type in your data and study anywhere. I wish I had it back in nursing school. It would have been a great timesaver.

Very easy to use too. Here is a simple video tutorial from the developer: http://www.iflipr.com/

[YOUTUBE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHOYw2iUM0o[/YOUTUBE] Hope that helps.

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