Flashcards 2.0.0 has just been released on the App Store.
This update adds a few new features and adds various iOS 5.0 fixes and improvements.
FlashCards 184.108.40.206 has been submitted. This release is a bug fix for the “Something has gone wrong” error that devices not on iOS 3.2 or later have been experiencing.
FlashCards 1.9.9 has just been released to the iTunes Store. This update fixes some issues with iOS4 as well as takes advantage of some new features.
The gestures to go back and forward while running through cards have been improved and should be more responsive.
The update also enables fast application switching, meaning that if you are running iOS4, FlashCards will remember where you left off when you come back into the application.
This also fixes a bug with taking photos on an iOS4 enabled device.
With the iPhone 3.2 software that’s available on the iPad, I was able to turn on File Sharing, which allows you to drag and drop files between your local computer, and your iPad. In this article I’ll go through the process of backing up and restoring FlashCards on your iPad (and potentially future versions of the iPhone operating system).
The FlashCards 1.9.8 update is now approved and available on iTunes!
For details on all that’s in this release check out the release post here: http://www.red5dev.com/2010/04/25/flashcards-1-9-8-release/
The next update will be coming soon, and will add some new organization options for cardsets, if you have any problems, or suggestions, e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll do my best to get them into an update as soon as possible!
This is the first post in the How-To category for FlashCards. These posts will highlight how to do different activities in the program, as well as give some tips or suggestions on possible ways to use it. This first post is on a topic I get a fair amount of questions on: Importing.
FlashCards provides several ways to import cards into the application, so in this post I’ll detail what it currently supports, and what’s coming in the future, as well as going through the process from start to finish on how to import flashcards.
As you can probably tell by the redesigned website, we’re in the process of switching over to a new server. By the time you’re reading this red5dev.com has been switched, and the FlashCard Importer has already been switched over. If you uploaded any cardsets right before the server switched you might have to re-upload it.
Also the e-mail is in the process of switching over, so for the next hour or the email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org address may be down.
Update: E-mail is back up, downtime was only about 10-15 minutes, but if you sent an e-mail and got a response that said it was “undeliverable” please try again now!
A new version of FlashCards made it out yesterday. This version was a pretty minor update, it made a few performance and stability tweaks, but the biggest thing it did was add in iPad support.