Free GMAT Flash Cards for the iPhone & iPod Touch.

Mike Dinerstein —  February 11, 2010 — 7 Comments

If you have ever downloaded our popular free GMAT flash cards, you might have been one of the many individuals who requested that we make this resource available as an iPhone/iPod Touch app. You also probably heard us tell you that we were working on developing this very app and were excited over the prospects of a mobile version of our flash cards. That apparently wasn’t good enough for you guys because you flooded our phone lines with requests to get the app out faster and with more features such as flagging cards right or wrong and shuffling the deck. We added those features to the docket, but it still didn’t prevent you from following us out of our office, clamoring over this flash cards iPhone app. “Create an interface that is enabled for gestures so you can flick the cards!” “Create an iPhone-friendly version of the Manhattan GMAT website!” “Build in functionality to cast spells, like Harry Potter!”

While we were baffled by the spell request, we implemented the other two suggestions and produced a flaggable, gesture-realistic, and self-contained version of our flash cards that is now available in the iTunes app store for free!

We hope this is finally enough for you guys because our email server is about to explode from all your flash cards requests. However, we know this isn’t the case and in a few months from now, you’ll probably be asking us to make a new version for the iPad. Well, we hope that these flash cards keep you busy for at least a little while.

Also, please remember to rate the cards in the app store!

Mike Dinerstein

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7 responses to Free GMAT Flash Cards for the iPhone & iPod Touch.

  1. how about for android phones :)

  2. New versions for ipad will be good..Looking forward to one soon.

  3. For android pls!!!

  4. Awesome. Can’t wait for the ipad version.

  5. My children keep trying to get me to upgrade my little ole LG cell phone, maybe this is the inspiration I need.

  6. The “Build in functionality to cast spells, like Harry Potter!” request probably came from my son! LOL!! You know, that iPad version would be really nice…love the iPhone app.

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