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SmartCards+ is a smart flashcard app to help people learn MUCH more effectively. I've used these methods myself to learn over 2000 new Korean vocabulary words in the past 9 months. 
 
I made a landing page with explainer video which I think is the best way to quickly get a sense of the app. 
 
 
Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks for your time!
 
Download here: http://apple.co/2zFNtey
 
Best,
 
Joe

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29 minutes ago, dynamicappdesign said:
 
SmartCards+ is a smart flashcard app to help people learn MUCH more effectively. I've used these methods myself to learn over 2000 new Korean vocabulary words in the past 9 months. 
 
I made a landing page with explainer video which I think is the best way to quickly get a sense of the app. 
 
 
Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks for your time!
 
Download here: http://apple.co/2zFNtey
 
Best,
 
Joe

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Looks interesting. I might have a look into that. thanks for sharing

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