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Parents' Guide to

StudyDroid Flashcards

By Dana Anderson, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 16+

Tricky user interface, iffy content in unpolished tool.

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StudyDroid Flashcards 2.0 is an OK companion app to the StudyDroid website, but it's not as easy to use as some other flashcard-based apps -- or even as easy to use as its own website. The website-app connection is almost essential, which teens may not understand at first when downloading or paying for the app. New users likely will need to dig into the tutorials and FAQ on the website to get a good grasp of the app. Note: StudyDroid mentions in its terms of use that it doesn't guarantee that any of the material on these user-generated flashcards is "accurate, complete, or current," so be sure to double-check the accuracy of the information on the flashcards your kids use. StudyDroid's developer mentions in one of its website tutorial videos that a new user interface is in the works. Hopefully this will make the app a much greater asset to its companion website than it is at the time of this review.

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