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L.A. Flash Cards


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There's a reason that flashcards have remained such a popular educational tool: they work. L.A. Flash Cards is an easy-to-use program that takes all of the useful simplicity of physical flashcards and adds helpful features like audio to make your flashcards extra effective. Whether you're learning a foreign language or trying to memorize a set of words or facts for another purpose, L.A. Flash Cards can do things a set of handwritten index cards never could.

The program's interface isn't the most intuitive thing we've ever seen, but it didn't take us too long to get the hang of it. In the card creator interface, collections of cards are displayed with the question on the left and the answer on the right; on either side of the card you can edit the card color and font, insert images, and add audio. We especially liked how easy it was to add audio to a card; just click the record button, speak, and click it again. We quickly created a set of English/Spanish flashcards, saved it, and then opened the program's flashcard presenter to try it out. There are quite a few options here; you can have the cards play automatically or advance them manually, and there's a simple test mode, Leitner system mode, and an option that lets you type a response. If you don't want to use the program's built-in presenter, you can also print your flashcards or even upload them to a server for use on your mobile device. Although the program has a menu option for a Help file, we weren't able to access it; fortunately the program is straightforward enough that this isn't a huge drawback. Overall, we were quite impressed with L.A. Flash Cards, and we think it's a great choice for learners of all ages and levels.

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1 stars

"Program itself is fine, but don't get it from this site"

January 06, 2014  |  By ParrotsAreTalkative

2014-01-06 00:44:24  |  By ParrotsAreTalkative

 |  Version: L.A. Flash Cards 1.5.3


Simple interface
Has everything I needed plus nothing else:
- write on the front of the card
- write answer on the back of the card
- color code text, background, or change font
- review in set order or random order
Just a very plain setup that will let me review for as long as I want during any given period. I've tried other programs like Anki which were too confusing to read, limited the amount of words I could study per session, and even raising all the limit values still wouldn't give me the freedom to review as much as I wanted before cutting me off and telling me I was done. No thanks, this program seems old but all I need are the bare basics, so it suits me well.


The program itself seems harmless but I have to salute CNET for bundling it with various other malware & adware programs that no one wants and is not blatantly stated you will be getting. At first I thought it was the flashcard program to blame so I got on an older PC I could afford to have ruined, downloaded a different program, and sure enough got the same spyware installed onto it as well, so LA Flash Cards is apparently not at fault. If you download through CNET expect to get treated with some trash called Mobogenie, another program that bugs you to backup your PC, and an obtrusive add-on to Firefox highlighting random words on a site & offering to search them for me. It took an hour to remove all this filth from my newly built virgin PC that is only 2 weeks old, so thank you CNET for contaminating it so early into its life. Now for the next 8 years whenever something is slow I'll have to wonder if somehow a few bytes of your spyware still lingers on it and is causing the problem.


Get this program, it seems to do the trick, but for the love of God get it from another source. CNET is apparently no longer a trusted name in the world of safe software. I've been with them since 1997 and never expected them to poison my downloads like this. It didn't used to be like this. It used to be you came to specifically to find files that you knew were free from malware. Not anymore. Consider this the end of our relationship, CNET. 0.5 star not for the product itself but for the whole contaminate package it comes with through this service.

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Full Specifications

What's new in version 1.5.3
Version 1.5.3 fixes bugs and replaces the iGoogle Gadget functionality.
Publisher Lexis Rex
Publisher web site
Release Date March 23, 2013
Date Added March 29, 2013
Version 1.5.3
Category Educational Software
Subcategory Teaching Tools
Operating Systems
Operating Systems Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/7/8
Additional Requirements None
Download Information
File Size 2.29MB
File Name LAFlashCards_1.5.3.exe
Total Downloads 13,803
Downloads Last Week 8
License Model Free
Limitations Not available
Price Free

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