About SwipeStudy

Swipestudy is not a native app, it’s a web app. All you have to do is visit http://swipestudy.com on your mobile phone. No apps and nothing to install – it just works.

If you’re studying for exams or learning a foreign language then a good way to study is to use one of the various flash-card programs out there… however they are just too fiddly. What is needed is something that lets you study with ease and speed anywhere you have a browser or you have your iPhone.

So we’re are happy to announce SwipeStudy, a flashcard utility for the iPhone webapp age!

We’ve designed it as a free webapp that you can add to your iPhone home screen so that it can run anywhere anytime. Please try it out and let us know what you think.


  1. Laiza says:

    May 29th, 2010at 5:38 pm(#)

    Hey Swiper!
    I like the look of this. I think it’ll be really helpful with my Mandarin studies.

    Wouldn’t mind a bit of guidance on how to use/set it up on my iPhone though : )


  2. Swiper says:

    June 2nd, 2010at 3:37 pm(#)

    Hey Laiza, thanks for the comment, yep I’ve created a blog entry with a bit of an explanation as to how best to use SwipeStudy to help you with your Chinese study.

    Also here’s a link to help explain how to add SwipeStudy as an icon on your iPhone, its surprising how few people know how to do this!


  3. RicardoBrownSalazar says:

    October 20th, 2010at 6:10 pm(#)

    How can I add sound to the flash cards?
    Case 1: I want Mandarin flash cards, I see the word written in Mandarin with the pronunciation.
    Case 2. Conversation practice. I hear a word and I identify the answer.

    The sound could be an option in Case 1. For example I am in the library, I forgot my headphones and I want to use Quizlet, so I turn sound off on the program (turning the volume down on my device is not an option if I am listening something else at the same time).

    Do you guys think this is possible?