February 1, 2011 in Software (F)
[prMac.com] Atlanta, GA - Popular Mac flash card study app Cram by SimpleLeap Software is on sale. Mac owning students and self-learners everywhere will have the opportunity to save over 15% from now until February 25, 2011 on this Apple Staff Pick.
Cram is a study app for the Mac that helps you learn your class material with flash cards and multiple-choice tests. Cram keep tracks of your progress as you study with detailed progress reports, utilizes images and audio to aid in memorization, and includes a library of thousands of pre-made user generated tests on various subjects that you can download to save time.
Cram is ideal for those learning a new language, preparing for a Chemistry test, or studying for the MCAT exam. Let Cram automatically create your flash cards for you and begin studying in a snap. Cram is easy to use, includes shortcuts throughout the entire app, and is ideal for those that want to study alone or pair up in a study group.
* Flash card mode to help you study your class material
* Multiple-choice testing mode that prepares you for the 'real' testing scenario
* Timed test function that increases your chances of success in a standardized test situation
* Access to thousands of pre-made, user-generated study sets on a range of study topics
* Share your flash cards and multiple-choice study sets with friends and your study group
* Pairs your flash cards and test study sets with your iPhone and iPod touch
* Easily drag and drop photos and audio into your study sets
* Test folders to help you keep your study sets organized
* Tweet out your score at the end of a test
The developers of the popular Mac flash card study app Cram, SimpleLeap Software, was founded in 2008 to helps students prepare for tests the easy way. SimpleLeap Software's goal is to help students save money, time, and energy by studying on the devices they love to use - their Mac, iPhone, and iPod touch. Cram for Mac has been selected by many tech leaders as the Mac study app of choice and has been highly reviewed by CNET, Mashable, Macworld, and many other tech publications.