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Critical App Update

written by Andrew on Sep. 17, 2019

We just released Notecards version 3.8.0. This is a critical update, especially if you are on iOS 13. Please update as soon as you can.


Major Bug in iOS 13

written by Andrew on Sep. 13, 2019

We're working hard to fix this as quickly as we can.


Bug Creating Folders

written by Andrew on Jul. 29, 2019

A fix will be release soon, but here's a workaround for now.


Getting Back on Track

written by Andrew on May. 07, 2018

We've all been there. The pile of things we have to do just keeps growing and we can't even muster up the self-discipline to get started. Even when we do, our attention is instantly pulled in another direction. Luckily, there are a number of strategies we can use to get back on track.


Using an iPad and iPhone Together

written by Andrew on Apr. 12, 2018

Recently we introduced full iPad support for Notecards. If you choose to use Notecards exclusively on your iPad, it will now work just as well as it does on a phone. However, if you are planning to use Notecards on *both* your iPad and your iPhone, there are some things you should be aware of.


Why We're Leaving Facebook

written by Andrew on Mar. 28, 2018

We have been thinking a lot about Facebook and social media in general ever since the story about Cambridge Analytica broke. I’d like to take today’s post to explain in more detail how we came to that decision. Hopefully this sheds some light on what we value and how we strive to run our own business.


Acting on Your Guilt, Or Not

written by Andrew on Mar. 19, 2018

Everyone, with the possible exception of sociopaths, has to wrestle with guilt from time to time. The question is: how do we deal with it effectively? First we have to identify the source of the guilt and then we can use a couple strategies to figure out what to do about it.


Effectively Making Time to Study

written by Andrew on Mar. 13, 2018

Most of us live very busy lives, making it difficult to find time to study. Unfortunately, that leads many of us to study very late at night, sacrificing sleep for the appearance of productivity. It feels like we are simply suffering for our goals because nobody enjoys the feeling of being tired all the time, but in reality we aren't being productive at all.


Configuring Study Timers

written by Andrew on Mar. 05, 2018

An interesting feature of Notecards is the ability set timers for your study session. For example, you can set a timer to automatically flip to the back of each card after 5 seconds as a way to force quick recall. Let's take a detailed look at how to configure study timers and what options we have.


Sorting Cards

written by Andrew on Feb. 22, 2018

Today we released an update that adds the ability to change the way your cards are sorted. Let's take a look at how we can do that.

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