Vocabulary Trainer for GDocs

Vocabulary Trainer for GDocs

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A flashcard trainer which uses a Google Spreadsheet as a source for your learning data.
Easly upload your vocabulary-lists to Google Docs (or create them with it) and than import your spreadsheets with this app to your phone as a flash-card trainer.
Features: update from GDocs, Text-to-Speak, Powerlearning, Image trainers, Auto-Modus, and a lot more

Of course you can learn pretty much anything besides vocabulary

Attention: You can NOT create your learning content with this application! Please use your Desktop-PC, go to http://docs.google.com and create your learning content. Afterwards download it with this app.
Please check out the help-pages (click on the menu-button to get there). the help-page for the browser: http://elibera.com/android/flashcard/

To deactivate the waiting time: Go to the settings-menu - "Levels - waiting time" and deactivate the waiting-time. Afterwards you have a session based learning experience.

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Recently changed in this version

- option to deactivate the waiting time - due to multiple user requests
- new learning option: "unchanged" --> card remains in box
- Bug with Android 4.0 and authentication -> fixed now
- new picasa import options

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Comments and ratings for Vocabulary Trainer for GDocs
  • (72 stars)

    by Jack Sankey on 16/01/2014

    A bit confusing at first but worth the effort!

  • (72 stars)

    by emi khan on 18/09/2013


  • (72 stars)

    by Emese Marczis on 21/04/2013

    Years ago i used to cut the cards myself. With this app it's easy to create them and i can practice anywhere. The different training methods are very effective.

  • (72 stars)

    by Chris Boardman on 03/04/2013

    This does what it says on the tin - I can easily create lists in Google Docs and import these. If you download Ivona text-to-speech and voices for the relevant languages, this app can then speak your chosen words in a very convincing manner. It's the only

  • (72 stars)

    by Catherine Voysey on 19/03/2013

    I have used this app now for months. It is helping me to gradually conquer Icelandic, which is saying something. The power learning is a great concept – the forced repetition is invaluable for this kind of memorisation, and then going through the levels

  • (72 stars)

    by Robert Heukamp on 11/01/2013

    Straight forward

  • (72 stars)

    by A Google User on 04/11/2012

    Graphics are pretty awful, the pause rules are quite confusing and there's still the old flashcard-concept behind it, which makes it only average. But it's better than nothing, and besides Vocabulary Trainer for GDocs I have found nothing, so...