Kyoku Flashcards: Videos & Photos


Complete review of Kyoku Flashcards
Screenshots showing Kyoku Flashcards on the iPad
The homepage has three columns containing (from left to right): folders, decks and flashcards
Screenshot of Kyoku Flashcards' working space, showing the front of a flashcard and the writing tools in the app
Create handwritten flashcards
Screenshot showing the review mode in Kyoku Flashcards. It has the flashcard on the left and a draft (sketching area) on the right
Review flashcards with a draft to quickly jot down answers
Screenshot showing Kyoku Flashcard's summary of a review session
Review summary at the end of a study session

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