Christian Kienle releases Ebbinghaus 3.2 - Flash Card Program

February 22, 2010 in Educational (E)

[] Philippsburg, Germany - Independent software developer Christian Kienle today announced Ebbinghaus 3.2 for Mac OS X. Ebbinghaus is an easy-to-use flash card application with a beautiful iTunes-like user interface. Organize your cards in decks, folders and smart decks. When selecting a deck, its cards will be shown in a table. Each card has a progress indicator so that you see your overall performance at a glance. Ebbinghaus was a German psychologist, who invented the learning curve.

New in Ebbinghaus 3.2:
* Possibility to resize the study window
* When resizing the study window the current card becomes bigger
* Much content on a card? No problem: Scrolling is now enabled in the study view
* Better support for right to left languages like Hebrew
* Deck Preferences: Set default font attributes for new cards
* German localization. Hallo Deutschland, lernen macht Spass
* Bugfixes

Sharing Decks:
Decks can be exported and saved in any place on your hard disk. In addition to that Ebbinghaus allows you to share a deck with your friends via email with just a few clicks. Collaboration makes fun.

A wonderful way to study:
Select the deck and press "Study". It is that easy. Ebbinghaus will show you the cards one by one. You can type in your answer and Ebbinghaus will automatically detect whether your answer is right or wrong.

Smart decks:
Smart decks allow you to specify a set of rules that determine which cards the deck will contain. For example, you could have a smart deck that always contains cards you recently studied and answered wrong.

LaTeX formulas:
Ebbinghaus comes with a formula editor. The formula editor lets you create graphical formulas by typing in a LaTeX style text. For example, you can then drop the formula on any card. That's the best way to learn formulas of nearly any complexity.

Exporting to iPhoto:
Do you own an iPod or an iPhone? Great! Ebbinghaus lets you export decks as a series of images directly to iPhoto with just a few clicks. You can then use iTunes to sync them onto your iPod or iPhone and study on the go.

Christian Kienle is an independent software developer based in Philippsburg, Germany. Founded in 2005, the current focus of Christian Kienle is creating software for people who want to learn new things more efficiently. Copyright (C) 2005-2010 Christian Kienle. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhoto and iTunes are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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