Over 1 million users. Over 1 million new flashcards per week.

StudyBlue has been growing quickly thanks to all of the hard work students from around the world are putting into studying. We surpassed more than one million users in December 2011, and have continued to grow since. After taking a look at some of our other statistics we thought we’d take the time to share some of the highlights with you—the students who contributed to them.

  • Over one million online flashcards, many with images and audio, are being made every week on StudyBlue
  • Nearly two million flashcards per week were created during peak exam times in fall 2011
  • Students have logged over 100 million study minutes since our launch
  • Twenty percent of all new flashcards on StudyBlue are now made on the StudyBlue mobile applications

In total, there are over 40 million definitions of ideas that are public and accessible to all students on StudyBlue, which means you’ve got a sizable study group available at your fingertips whenever you log in. Right now, we’re working on several new features for release in the near future that will expand your ability to connect with other students learning the same subjects as you are. Stay tuned for more information. There’s never been a more exciting time to be a student.

About the Author

Chris founded the website that became StudyBlue after graduating at the top of his class in computer science and biomedical engineering at UW-Madison. Currently, he leads technology development and operations. He takes great pride in what StudyBlue is today, and is driven by the potential the future holds. You can find him taking in a Brewers game in section 120 at Miller Park, or on the field as a member of the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers.

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