• Android, iPad, iPhone
  • Free
  • age 7+
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About StudyBlue

StudyBlue is a flashcard app designed specifically for high school and college students. StudyBlue is the largest crowdsourced study library, with over 400 million flashcards, notes and study guides from students like you. Make and share study materials, search for recommended study content from classmates, track progress, set reminders, and create custom quizzes. Join 15 million students on StudyBlue to study better, together. StudyBlue is available for free to download on the App Store for iPhone, iPad and Google Play for Android.

StudyBlue Review

StudyBlue is a flashcard creation and sharing app for students to create and share material in the form of learning cards on all types of subjects, organized by subject and even by specific subject or center that teaches it. Students can access more than 250 million study cards and notes from high schools and universities, which they can use to supplement their studies without having to spend hours creating them.

Offered through Chegg, StudyBlue is a study tool designed to help students learn new topics through flashcards. Students can create, study, and share custom flashcards with other users. Unlike similar apps, users can even add custom audio and images to create more detailed study materials. After creating your own flashcards, you can use them to quiz yourself and track your progress. On top of flashcards, students can use StudyBlue to store and access their study materials for different classes, including textbook chapters and study guides. As you use the app, you’ll also see recommendations for flashcards based on your studies.

StudyBlue Features

  • It allows you to create and share flashcards for free and study all kinds of subjects with them.
  • The memory cards can include audio clips and images.
  • The system displays card recommendations related to the user's studies.
  • The user can modify and personalize the cards he finds to complete them and adapt them better to his curriculum.
  • Class groups can be created to ask questions, discuss and share material.
  • Students can track their progress, monitor what they have learned and set reminders to study. 

Teachers of younger students might look to other flash card apps, such as Brainscape and Quizlet.

What we like

  • Create and share custom flashcards
  • Store and organize study materials
  • Take custom quizzes

What we don’t like

  • No grade tracking

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Additional Information

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Android, iPad, iPhone




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In-App Purchases - No

In-App Advertising - No



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