August 15, 2010 in Education (E)
[prMac.com] Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - Cramberry, an application for fun, easy, and efficient flash card memorization on the web, iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, received a major update today. This new version of Cramberry adds a brand new, more intuitive and visually rich user interface and a more efficient algorithm for presenting flash cards. Lateral Communications, Inc., the makers of Cramberry, are making the update available to existing users for free today.
"We've listened to our users' feedback and rewritten almost every part of Cramberry from scratch in this update," said Ishaan Gulrajani, co-founder of Lateral Communications. "Now users can create long, detailed flash cards with images and text formatting." Users can create and study flash cards from Cramberry's website or from their iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad. "On the website, users can also share sets of flash cards with friends or classmates and study tens of thousands of free sets created by other users. Users can even download sets to their iPhones or iPads," said Ishaan.
Cramberry is a website, iPhone and iPod touch app, and iPad app which lets users memorize information quickly and easily by creating and studying flash cards. Users can create flash cards through the Cramberry website and sync them to their iPhone or iPad, or create flash cards directly on the device. Additionally, users can study from Cramberry's online collection of over a million free public flash cards on topics ranging from foreign language vocabulary to medical terminology and multiplication tables. When studying, Cramberry presents the front of each flash card to the user and asks him or her to guess the contents of the back. Based on the response, Cramberry prioritizes cards and presents difficult cards more frequently, helping the user memorize those cards quickly. This combination of powerful studying methods and easy to use, well-designed software makes Cramberry an ideal choice for studying.
Cramberry is available as an iPhone and iPod touch application, a separate iPad application, and a web application at cramberry.net. The new update to all three applications is free for existing users. The iPhone and iPad apps are available for download for $4.99 and $6.99 (USD), respectively. A free basic account is available on the Cramberry website which offers access to the same flash card management features, but is limited to studying 30 cards per day. Users can upgrade to Cramberry Pro for one year for $9.00.
Lateral Communications is a Pennsylvania corporation which develops fun, useful education software for the web and mobile devices. Their flagship product, Cramberry, lets users create and study flash cards online and on their mobile devices. Cramberry was created by Ishaan Gulrajani - a student, software developer, and co-founder of Lateral Communications. Copyright (C) 2010 Lateral Communications Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.