Lifehacker –¬†StudyBlue Offers Millions of Flashcards for Studying Popular Subjects

Web/iOS/Android: Whether you’re a student in school or a lifelong learner, using flashcards can help you retain the information you’re studying. StudyBlue is a crowd-sourced collection of these study aids.

We’ve mentioned StudyBlue before, but since then it’s changed (for the better). Now you can sign up without having to go to a college that’s connected to the app (although if your school is, you can add specific classes you’re taking) and in addition to making your own flash cards and testing yourself on them, you can access others’ flashcards on topics ranging from Algebra to Zoology.

There are decks for middle school, high school, college, and general topics such as business and technology.

The free version gives you suggested flashcard sets for the interests you add, and a paid version $7 a month (paid yearly) gives you full access to all 250+ million decks.

About StudyBlue
StudyBlue delivers the mobile and online study service that help students learn their stuff, for free. StudyBlue provides a Digital Backpack™ for students to store, study, share and ultimately master course material – working alone or together. Flashcards with images and audio, cloud storage for notes, personalized practice quizzes and free mobile apps are among the tools offered.
Michelle Lee
mlee (at) studyblue (dot) com