Quick update on iFlash 3 (Aug 2014)

Loopware — Tags: — Davey @ August 14, 2014

Wow, has it been a few months already? How time flies.

Progress on the new iFlash for Mac and iOS is coming along well! The Mac version is being designed for OS X Yosemite, and the results are pretty awesome so far. Here’s a sneak peek:

 

It’s still very early though, and there’s lots of work left. I’ll announceĀ more updates laterĀ :).

Davey

5 Comments

  1. Hello,

    the new program looks great and I’m very much looking forward to it. To answer your question from the last post (since the comments section closed), when I say a large library to sync with iCloud, I mean about 30,000 cards. Yep, a lot, but that’s my library.

    All the best,

    Michael Ritter

    Comment by Michael Ritter — August 16, 2014 @ 8:04 am
  2. Hi Davey!

    Let me know if you need beta testers.

    Also, will the new version support creating/editing cards on iOS (more specifically on an iPad)?

    Thanks!

    Comment by Steven Leslie — September 16, 2014 @ 6:48 am
  3. Looking forward to your new updates. As I’m preparing for med school, I’ve used this app a ton. I never used pictures or audio though. I just found out tonight that images aren’t supported on iPad or iPhone…that’s where I do all my studying…on the go! Can this be fixed? I have a ton of equations for the MCAT that I used another equation editor app to build (your app doesn’t support mathematical equations well…unless I missed it when looking) and then dragged a screen shot into my flashcards. Are any of the new updates going to address images on the mobile devices? Thanks.

    Mike

    Comment by Mike — September 17, 2014 @ 8:24 pm
  4. Steven: Yes, the big new update will include iOS support for editing (finally). I’ll add you to the beta list!

    Mike: This is the #1 feature I want to add to the big iOS update that will come with the new Mac version :).

    Comment by Davey — September 20, 2014 @ 8:02 am
  5. Will it support colored fonts? And different colors within words for things like the conjugation of verbs in foreign languages? (The root stays the same but the pre/suffix’s change.)

    Comment by R.G. — October 1, 2014 @ 11:11 am

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