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Studycard Studio Lite

Studycard Studio Lite is a program to create and memorize multimedia flashcards, tests, and tutorials, including picture and sound identification. It is meant for educators, students, or anyone who has something to memorize. Students can create and study their own flashcards and track their progress. Educators can create quizzes or flashcards for their students.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  26 Sep 2006 17:16

    Release Notes: A new "Edit This Card" command during study. More sorting options. Using a card as a template on import has been fixed. Support for hi-res (double-density, 320x320) Palm displays. Improved support for 5-way nav keys. A crash on Palm NVFS devices (Palm TX, 700p, etc.) has been fixed.

    •  13 Aug 2005 09:44

      Release Notes: This version included bugfixes for the Palm OS and Mac OS applications (both are included in the download) and added support for Palm 5-way navigation keys. The New Card command now copies setting from the current card. A handheld will no longer go to sleep when using only hardware keys while studying. Using "Occasional Review" will no longer crash on Palm OS.

      •  21 Mar 2005 12:14

        Release Notes: This version added a Palm OS Export feature and a "Studycard Studio.prc" Palm OS application. Users can now create quizzes on Mac OS, then study them on a Palm powered handheld running Palm OS 3.0 or later. After exporting, a HotSync will install the cards and the new Palm application. The download includes Palm sample cards. Mac OS is required to create cards, but the Palm application and sample cards can be installed from Windows or other platforms.

        •  09 Nov 2004 15:59

          Release Notes: Answers can include pictures, sounds, and video. Multiple Choice buttons can include multiple text lines, styles, and pictures. Sound recording is now built-in. Quartz text rendering is used for smoother text. Navigation key support was added (page up, page down, home, etc.). A brief intro slide show was added for new users. Sample files were updated to demo the new features.

          •  05 Oct 2004 16:00

            Release Notes: Drag-and-drop now supports more audio and video media file types. Checking answers with accent and special characters has been fixed. The "replace all" command was fixed, as it could cause a crash. Answer boxes now uses the card's text alignment. The number of answers and distracters was increased to 30.

            Recent comments

            20 Mar 2006 19:11 dharbigt

            Not good for foreign scripts
            Despite the claims made on the website about foreign

            language support, the support for this product is lousy.

            Worldtext is obsolete and anyone using updated versions of

            OS X will have lots of problems with foreign language text if it's

            in a non-Latin alphabet. This is because the author (despite

            promises to the contrary) is not interested in adding Unicode

            support to this product.

            I bought the full version hoping to support the author so that

            he would continue to work on this project, but there hasn't

            been an update for quite some time, and even then, the

            support seems to be primarily for PalmOS, which is of no use

            to me.

            - Cutting and pasting from Safari or TextEdit or other

            applications doesn't work

            - Centering and other formatting doesn't work properly

            - Import for Unicode files is not available

            - Unicode export doesn't include the entire card text and is


            - Cards shared with a friend (who also bought the full version)

            come up garbled and useless

            I've specifically had problems with Chinese, Hebrew and

            Russian. The Hebrew I can understand, but as far as the

            other products, the author has been apathetic and/or


            If you're learning a romance language or German or

            something other than foreign language, this product has an

            excellent featureset and works well with only occasional (but

            frustrating) crashes. I'd recommend this software highly if it

            lived up to its advertisement as an excellent foreign language

            teaching aid. The fact is, that it is a frustrating foreign

            language teaching aid for foreign scripts.


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