Quizlet: Learn with Flashcards App Reviews

Quizlet: Learn with Flashcards [Education] App Description & Overview

What is quizlet: learn with flashcards app? Quizlet is the easiest way to study, practice and become an expert in whatever you’re learning. Create flashcards or find one to study from over 500 million sets created by teachers and students. With our suite of science-backed study tools, you can memorize vocabulary, get familiar with key concepts from your course, and drill practice problems before test day. Explore our library of study material from most popular subjects, like language learning, medicine, law, math, social science, and so much more.

With the Quizlet app, teachers and students can:
Make flashcard sets
Study flashcards created by other students and teachers
Sort flashcards as a quick way to review and practice recall
Turn flashcards into formative assessment or an interactive classroom game
Take a practice test to prepare for test day
Use Learn to study with spaced repetition and smart grading
Share flashcard sets with your friends and classmates
Study questions from past papers
Learn from detailed, step-by-step textbook solutions

Quizlet is the best flashcards app to help you study and learn. It’s simple to create your own flashcards, or choose from existing ones. Download the app today and join over 60 million students owning their classes with Quizlet. Upgrade to Quizlet Plus to study with textbook solutions, no ads, offline access and a variety of premium features that will help you study smarter.

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Quizlet: Learn with Flashcards Version 7.19.119 January 2023

We’ve fixed some performance issues so studying should be even smoother. Need help? Find answers any time in our Help Center: help.quizlet.com Love Quizlet? Why not leave us a review! :-).

Quizlet: Learn with Flashcards Version 7.1414 November 2022

We’ve fixed some performance issues so studying should be even smoother. Need help? Find answers any time in our Help Center: help.quizlet.com Love Quizlet? Why not leave us a review! :-).

Quizlet: Learn with Flashcards Comments & Reviews 2023

- Best study job ever!!!

I have been using this app since 2018. It haven’t let me down once. My science teacher required fifteen minutes a day on Quizlet and I never scored below 97% on a test. This app has helped me keep straight A’s in so many different ways. The first way is that it is a very easy app to navigate. This app keeps it very simple with only a few buttons. They also have a help button in their guide that can help you get unstuck if you’re stuck. You need minimal tech knowledge to operate this app. The second way is that you don’t need a subscription to study. Sure you need it for some features, such as, different fonts and font colors, adding pictures, scanning documents, and saving for offline use. But there are so many simple ways of getting around that. As you can tell, this is a must have app for all students of any age. Before I knew about Quizlet I never studied, because who does, right? Wrong. After hearing about Quizlet I love to study. So my advice to any parents who might be reading this is, if your kid(s) grades are dropping because they refuse to study, either have them create a set or create on yourself for them to study and have them practice fifteen minutes a day (except the weekends🙂).

- It's meh.

Firstly: If you use a screen reader, you likely already know Quizlet has never been accessible on any platform whatsoever. But if you don't know, don't use the app. Use the web browser version if you have to and can, but if you somewhat use vision, you can use the app for class. The interface is awful on both, with or without a screen reader, but slightly less awful on browser if you use a screen reader. I'd go into detail, but if you use one you can find out without wasting my time. –– OTHER THAN THAT, if you have iPad, use that instead of the iPhone. Text size is a pretty wacky thing on Quizlet, so if you have medium-long words/phrases in your study set, you'll want a bugger screen because bigger text doesn't work out on the app or the web version. And now, unrelated to most of you reading: Since Quizlet's younger days. It became another feature downgraded cash grab. If it's worth it to you, no judgement there, but it won't stop me from criticizing an app that has you pay for a randomized study quiz and a badge by your name, compared to many other apps with similar subscription rates and more variety of useful features. This one is just one of few known studying apps, which is why it's worth it to people, whether they are happy about it or not. The app (Quizlet in general) is just limited in features, especially compared to what it used to be. But hey, maybe that's just because I'm blind and all this app ever says to me is "Button."

- Do better.

I LOVED Quizlet. But when you risk the education of others just to make more money?? I personally paid for a quiz plus a few years ago, but when I heard from my classmates and fellow students that they had to PAY for QUIZLET and could no longer continue studying how they are expected to study for school. How is it fair that using resources like Quizlet should be at cost to struggling families and students. My fellow classmates and I use Quizlet almost every day in our classes as a part of our education. Even though there are still features on Quizlet that are free, the most vital features on Quizlet are now at cost for our own education. Now they can no longer exceed expectations that school requires for studying , with having to pay for test mode and more learning rounds— which helps millions of students study every single day?! Thousands and thousands of teachers use Quizlet to help teach their classes and help their students have a higher education. We beg of you PLEASE QUIZLET, I’m speaking on behalf of the thousands and thousands of students, teachers, & schools that use Quizlet on a daily basis. Not everyone is capable of paying in order to succeed in school. This is absolutely incredibly unacceptable and disgusting. When I first heard the news, I thought it was a joke. Please Quizlet, bring back the old you. Bring back the Quizlet we all knew and loved. Make Quizlet amazing again. Thank you. #standwiththefight #wewanttheoldquizlet #bringbackOURquizlet

- Learned it banner covers up the bottom of the flash card

Don’t use this app if there are any long scientific words or definitions that you need to memorize. When studying the flash cards the bottom of the card will always say learned it with a little hand pointing right, or study again with a hand pointing left. Embarrassingly for quizlet, this covers up the bottom of the flash card you are trying to study. So if you have a long enough definition, (which is super common for anyone in the STEM field, and most likely true for those outside of it) you won’t actually be able to use the whole flash card. If there was an option to change the font size of the flash card this would be easily resolved. I have no idea how they haven’t noticed or resolved this years ago considering how long quizlet has been around. Pictures also cannot be added to both sides of a flash card which really would not be that hard to program. And if you are going to pay extra money to be able to add pictures you would think the advantage would be visually memorizing things, I.e. matching a complex equation with a plot. The picture also can’t be alone on the back of a flash card. If text is not added the app will glitch and not even show the picture. In conclusion don’t use this app if you are studying STEM or anything with a long definitions. Also don’t pay to add pictures to the flash cards unless you only plan on adding a picture to one side.

- Love this app! Just a few recommendations...

This app is so helpful with studying and I 100% recommend to anyone who has classes with lots of vocabulary and/or study guides and tests. I have multiple devices that I use to study (iPad, iPhone, Mac, etc.) and I have noticed that you can only move the terms up/down on the computer. I would prefer to be able to do this on all devices, especially when I’m on the go. When moving terms, you have to do it manually... I advice the programmers to add a feature where you can have a drop down page where you can move it to a specific place immediately, rather than having the ability to only move it manually. When you have two of the same term, quizlet let’s you know. I think it would be much more productive to shoes in setting if you want to be notified if you have two of the same terms, definitions, or completely duplicated information. I have mistaken the alert notifying me of duplicate terms for alerting me for multiple of the same exact thing. Of course, like I said before, I love this app, and besides these tiny mishaps I recommend it to all looking for a productive study.

- Great app, but….

I love this app and it has changed the trajectory of my studying. The one and only issue I have is that it is extremely cumbersome to find cards and edit them. I have one set with most of the words/vocabulary I have ever learned. It currently has 865 cards and I go through a quarter of the set every day to keep fresh. BUT if I find a typo, it is insanely difficult to find the card in the edit section and fix it. Additionally, I have accidentally created cards multiple times because I don’t see them while editing due to the random/crazy order. There is seemingly no key word search (let me know if I am wrong) and the cards are in the original order of entry. Sometimes I just don’t have the energy to enter everything related to a single term at once. So the result is random order. I have thought about upgrading and re-entering the set by re-sorting it in Excel, but there is no way (again that I can tell) to get the sets into a format and into a program that could sort even with copy/paste or some other draconian methodology. So I am not upgrading. Something as simple as a key word search or a way to edit or flag an erroneous card when one sees it while studying. Please help!! If anyone has solved this issue, please let me know.

- Please reconsider the paywall; accessibility matters

I’ve used Quizlet for years. It was my number 1 study tool in high school. My family didn’t have much money when I was in school so I of course had to use inexpensive/free methods of studying. I used Quizlet at school to study during my free moments because I didn’t have internet at home, therefore school was the only place I could study. My purpose for listing this information is: there are SO many students out there who deserve access to an effective study tool without having to spend money they don’t have. Additionally, Quizlet’s main user base is HIGH SCHOOL and COLLEGE STUDENTS, who, 9 times out of 10, do not have that much money to spare. They are likely using Quizlet to study towards getting a diploma or degree, which will ultimately lead to better career opportunities. Quizlet is an amazing and incredibly effective service for studying that worked for so long without the need for a paywall, and adding that is making this service unavailable to SO MANY loyal users, because they can’t afford it. Not to mention, costs for basic necessities are increasing like crazy, and a study tool is one of the last things anyone would consider spending money on. Truthfully, this paywall addition is likely going to destroy Quizlet, which is not what anyone wants. Please remember who uses Quizlet the most, and think of how they will be affected first and foremost when making changes to your service.

- Why?

I am infuriated. The marketing team on this app needs to be fired for their incompetence. This is absolutely ridiculous. How is it that the human body has over a trillion cells and yet not one member of this team seems to have a single functioning brain cell? This is a study app, and last I checked most students aren’t rich. In fact about half of the school population cannot even afford school lunch, (percentages may vary depending on location). It is these students that truly rely on school to better their lives and making them pay for an app that has quite frankly been assisting them succeed in school is absolutely ridiculous. If they cannot afford school lunch I’m truly confounded on how you expect them to be able to pay for this app. And don’t tell me there is a free version. Not only can you only take the practice test once you can only learn for 5 rounds. Honestly I hope you go bankrupt for this lack of intelligence. If you would like to still remain a good app I suggest you revert to your old ways, as soon as possible. Stop obsessing over profits, it’s evident in your actions and is quite frankly embarrassing, you're a study app. Anyhow, (while the marketing teams collectively shares 1/132th of a brain cell to read and comprehend this review, and perhaps try to implement some changes), does anyone have recommendations for something that’s, I don’t know, broke-people friendly.

- Amazing study methods, helped so much

Before I had used Quizlet, I had a really hard time remembering content and just generally studying. After I got introduced to it by a teacher of mine, I started using it for my language class in order to remember vocabulary and grammar structures. It really helped! With the help of Quizlet and spaced repetition, I scored 100% on two of my language tests. After a while I also used it for studying for a science assessment that was a huge weight on my grade (it was also 50 questions). I procrastinated until the evening before the test, and quickly made flash cards using Quizlet. I studied them for a few hours, and the next day during the test, I got 100%. What I really love about Quizlet is their ‘Learn’ feature. It is structured in an efficient way and is an absolute asset when it comes to studying for wide-range content tests. Not to mention, they’ve also got other fun ways to review your flash cards! If you use their ‘Learn’ method along with spaces repetition, I can guarantee that you will score much higher on your tests! I would most definitely recommend this app.

- Terrible Update Issues- please change it back!!!

I am so upset. I have used quizlet for years since starting in medical school and have hundreds of flashcard sets. In the past few months, it has been glitchy but the recent update in the past month really destroyed it. My cards keep getting shuffled without me using the shuffle feature and it is wasting huge amounts of time to place them back in order, especially since there is no easy way to do this. Sometimes, cards are also not saved somehow. Again, I have been using this app for years so I know it has not always been this way. Also, the phone update made it so that you cannot turn your phone sideways to see the cards which makes cards with a lot of text on them difficult to read. You also used to be able to enlarge pictures and zoom in very well on your phone, but now you can’t do either. You also can’t go through the cards on your phone as easily as before by simply swiping left or right. The new system is much more complicated and annoying to use. The appearance of the cards also do not look as clean as they did before, by trying to make them look more like a stack of paper flashcards. I have relied on quizlet for a long time and recommended it to many people. Please please please change it back to how it was before!!!!!


I started using Quizlet when I was 11 years old. This year I will be a junior in high school. I have used it every year, extensively, without fail. Without sounding way over dramatic, this app was everything to me. The learn feature, its most useful tool, was the one thing I truly used. It learned the material for you! My high school has a thriving quizlet group we use all the time. I add to it. Making quizlets for my classes is like a nice little gift from me to them. And now you are taking all of that away. Struggling students cannot afford a MONTHLY SUBSCRIPTION. By giving in to the apparently all-consuming urge to soak up as much profit as you can, you are taking a resource previously enjoyed by all and donating only to students who can afford it. Only to students rich enough to spend money on a subscription to an external educational app. I wish I could say I’m surprised. I am one of the people privileged enough to be able to afford the subscription you now demand to use the best features. I’m not complaining because I want the app for free. I’m complaining because of the advantage you’re stripping away from those who cannot. Quizlet corporate, I know you don’t care whatsoever, but I hope the people in charge feel at least a tiny bit bad for succumbing to corporate greed in the face of profit. This was the wrong move.

- Great app, not loving the ads and the layout...

Regardless of the things I’m about to suggest, this app is a literal life-saver. I don’t know anyone in my school who doesn’t use Quizlet, and the Match game is so fun to play with my friends. There are a few things that would make it more convenient, though, First of all, I know adding advertisements “makes learning free” and stuff, but please don’t put an ad each time I finish a section in Learn Mode. Sometimes when I get one question wrong it’ll put that question in its own section and will keep repeating the same section a couple of times, and after I answer the question, it shows me an ad. You can skip the ads almost immediately, however, so it’s not really a huge problem...it’s just a minor annoyance. I also wish you could view your folders in a grid view rather than a list. I don’t really like how the home screen is set up... it shows your recent sets at the top, folders on the second row (which are not listed by most recent), and classes at the bottom. Could everything just be in one big grid view, like in Dropbox or PDF Expert? Anyway, keep doing what you do! It really helps make learning a bit more interesting!

- Quizlet

Quizlet has many cool features about it! I downloaded the app and put in my Spanish flash cards. Quizlet offers a Learn (to learn the flash cards), Test, Quiz as well as other flash cards. You also get to choice what you want on the test. Ex: True or false, Written and or multiple choice. You can play around with these. Quizlet also tracks your score and progress which is amazing. One last thing is that you can share flash cards with anybody through links! This is very helpful if you want to switch devices. Oh, I forgot to mention if you put in something similar to the answer in learn you have choose to choose if it’s correct or not. All of these are very helpful! If I had to say any new features I may have want is an email and or text message if you have questions when using a teachers flash cards. Also zoom trivia with friends would be nice. Like, if you partners with zoom or FaceTime or something and they’ll be flash cards each person has to do. I think it would be a cool way to study but quizlet is already amazing, just to go over the top, you know.


I was called down to the office of my high school and accused of violating academic integrity. This was all because Quizlet doesn’t automatically make all sets ONLY VISIBLE TO ME when they are made. Instead they are listed as VISIBLE TO EVERYONE, and this allows everybody to see your sets. In my freshman year I created Quizlets of each chapter’s tests in my Financial Literacy course. These were made EXCLUSIVELY for me to study for my end of course exam. Unfortunately, because Quizlet makes all sets originally visible to EVERYBODY, others in my school found them the next year. In my sophomore year I was accused of “cheating,” for what I thought was simply being a good student, and finding a way to study. Then, they accused ALL of my Quizlets as being made of answers taken from returned tests, when almost all were made off in class notes. I had to delete all of my Quizlets from my account at today. I don’t know if this is the whole punishment or if there will be something else. I’ll see where this goes, maybe they’ll ban Quizlet on school devices, but I can’t see myself being suspended or expelled. I’m a good student. Why did this happen to me?! I think quizlet is partially at fault for this. They need to make all sets originally ONLY VISIBLE TO ME and if the student wants it changed to VISIBLE TO EVERYONE they should have to do so MANUALLY.

- Good app but two suggestions

Quizlet is a great app to study with. Its super helpful, and even without quizlet plus is awesome for vocab practice. I have used it frequently for English quizzes and tests, and am even using it right now for my SSAT upper level vocab section. I just have two suggestions. Im using someone else’s study set with 2000 words, and I made a copy so I could edit some words I thought had a different meaning, or were incorrect. I also copied it so I could remove the images, since for some reason I find it harder to study with them. I think I would absolutely love this app if only there was an option to remove all the images, since its tedious having to manually remove every single image. My second suggestion is that it would be super helpful if there was a feature to sort of command f, and find a specific word instead of having to manually look through every word in an attempt to change its definition. Or even just have an alphabetical order option for when I am editing the words would be super helpful. Apart from these two things, its an absolutely wonderful app and totally deserves its 4.8 rating.

- Lack of Intuitive Options

Paying member here who switched to Quizlet after having tried nearly every other flash card app on the market. I use it to help me remember a number of things for my job, or when prepping for meetings or even interviews. I've felt increasingly disappointed by Quizlet's lack of intuitive personal options. It blows my mind that there is no FAVORITES button or option that takes you directly to the flashcard sets you want to practice. Instead you have to navigate all the way back to the home page and go digging through your account. This is a huge issue on mobile which is where most people spend an enormous amount of time. To exacerbate issues further, Quizlet encourages you to add as many flashcard sets as you'd like. This is ideal, but it's COMPLETELY CANCELLED out by the inability to get to the specific different sets you need most, especially if they live in different folders (for example, by category or type). It would also be helpful if the Smart Scoring could ask you ahead of time what keywords to look for when you TYPE in the answer. Instead, it judges based on how exact of a text-match it is to the answer (despite their claim that it's not supposed to do that). BEWARE OF WHAT YOU'RE BUYING WHEN YOU GET QUIZLET.

- Quizlet is the best!

I’ve been using quizlet for three years now and I have always been able to count on it to study for my tests and quizzes. You can even make your own study sets if there isn’t a set already made for you to study. I sometimes go one quiz let for fun, and I look up random quizzes to test my iq and it’s just really fun and reliable to use. You can make your own account and make quizzes for others to use to, not just for you. There is quizlet go and premium quizlet that you can pay for to get extra fun things to do on quizlet! I love using quizlet sooooooooooooooo much and I would definitely recommend you to use it because it’s just super helpful and makes studying for tests and quizzes REALLY fun!!!!!!@!@!! Love y’all and thanks for reading this. Whoever is reading this is a really beautiful person and you deserve to be loved and cared for. You are special in your own unique way and you should love yourself for that. Sending love to those who read this and hope that you get and enjoy using quizlet! Love you beautiful people!!! 🤪🥰😘

- A new helpful feature for language learners: Word search bar in sets

Quizlet has been a great help as I progress throughout my studies but as the number of flash cards rise in my set, it becomes so much harder to find and edit one. Say that I want to clarify a written meaning, or add a secondary meaning to a word on a flash card. Among currently 1093 and rising flash cards, it’s very hard to find that singular one and edit it. It’s also very time consuming and draining if I even manage to find it. And when you reach such a high amount of flash cards in a set, you inevitably have duplicates of words you thought you didn’t know yet but you indeed did, which could be rooted out by having a search bar feature to root out any potential duplicates if I’m feeling deja vu about a word or sentence ending. Having an encyclopedia of all the words you know in a language and being able to study them can help reinforce language learning, so having a search bar feature for definitions and terms would be a great help.

- Amazing Great for Studying!!!

First of all this app is amazing! So what I did was an experiment with the app. Well for starters I am a Sophomore in High-school, and I have been using the app since 8th grade. So, for the experiment, every other test I used the app and the others I didn’t. I noticed that when I used my normal notes I did ok on the test, but I knew I could surely do better. On tests I did not use the app to study for, I would make around a high “C” or low “B”. While when I studied using the app I would make a high “B” to an “A”. I know that some of you are thinking why would a 10th grader take this risk for their grade in classes, but at my school you can retake every test you take once. You can only retake if you have lower than a 89% and that is the highest “B” possible. So it wasn’t a big risk because the day I would get my grades back, the same night I would go home a study again but using Quiz-let. And I would more than likely get an “A”. So I really recommend this app. Every since I started using the app, I became an all “A” student and that occasional one “B”.

- The update ruined everything

Please fix the app. I have relied on quizlet through nursing school. It is my everything when it comes to studying. The new update, which happened a couple of days ago, has made quizlet unreliable and defective. I’m so upset. Now, when I go to add to a set, and click add notecard, it doesn’t jump to the end and continue the set. Instead, it inserts it as like, card 3. Right at the beginning. I have to scroll through 200+ notecards to get to the end. It’s way too easy to accidentally DELETE a note card! Never to know what it was again. ALSO.. if I try to delete that random blank one that was inserted in the beginning, it shuffles the order of my notecards. The order they are in is very important in what I’m studying. Then I go to “set to original order” and it doesn’t change it back. They’re stuck. It’s touchy, finicky. ANOTHER EX- If I go to add a new notecard, I type whatever question I want into the front, click the “flip”, type the answer in the back, and if I flip it back to the front to add something, what I typed has disappeared. I now have to retype it all out. It’s like I have to save each and every notecard in fear they’ll delete or the text will go away. Please... I’m BEGGING you to save my college career by bringing the original Quizlet back. Thank you

- Great app for studying

This app has been great in helping me study for my State Board test. It helps me to save time and money from having to write it out on index cards which is good for the planet as well. Win win! Also, because it’s on my phone, I have the convenience of studying from anywhere even if it’s just for a few mins. I absolutely love this app so far. The only thing I would ask the developers to change would be to add an “edit option button” while the users are going through the flash cards mode. Just in case we spelled something wrong or didn’t word things probably, it will give the user the option to correct that card versus going back out to the study set screen and then and then that will give you the option to edit and then searching for the card that you want to correct. It’s not easy searching through a study set that has over 50+ terms. It would just be more convenient for the user. Other than that, it’s an awesome app!

- Absolutely not worth the money

In lieu of giving some long and tedious description of all the issues this app has, here just a bullet list of negative highlights: - often very laggy, even on the newest iPhones - after the most recent update, as was the case already sometimes in the past, it nonstop crashes (for instance on an iPhone 12 pro) - no spaced repetition system, which is ludicrous for a index card learning app - poor text to voice bot - poor user interface In sum, it feels as if a random bunch of college students is tasked with developing and servicing this app. Update: so today came out another ‘bugfix’. Technically it fixed a bug, and introduced another. Now, when you study your words with the premium functions and have to choose ‘got it’ or ‘study again’, you have to redo it instantly after, no matter of your choice. So yes, each card now must be answered twice in a row - which also means no card ends up in the repeatable subfolder, since you always answer twice correctly. :) This quality coding is going on since I made the mistake of making myself huge sets of words to learn ( I am a polyglot). It’s really pathetic at this point. Update: next update everything worked fine afaik

- Amazing study app

I bought the premium for $12 for a year because I knew how many Flashcards I used. I love flashcards. Buying the premium included so many other things that I really enjoy. You should really get this app if you make a lot of flashcards to study. The service also turns your cards into different varieties of questions that are very helpful to test your knowledge like multiple choice and fill in the blank. The premium also has a night setting which is great too. I have two complaints which are very frustrating. The syncing of the app between devices. I have added flash cards, appropriately exited and saved the flash cards, and exited the app on my iPad. The next day I tried reviewing the flash cards on my iPhone Quizlet app and half of the terms disappeared. Now I have to re-read 20 pages to find the terms I put down. Be mindful of this potential issue! My second complaint is editing the flash cards on my iPhone. Whenever I try editing a sentence it only lets me edit one word before it send me to the very end of the sentence. So I have to go back and forth by adding one letter and space at a time when editing words in a sentence. It is so annoying and very frustrating!

- Update Issues

I updated to iPad OS today and quizlet is glitching.. I’m bummed.. I love this app for the Flashcards but... I was trying to add more cards earlier and instead of being able to push tab to go to the next box I have to reach up and flip the card then once done putting the definition in I have to reach up and press done which takes me back to the list then to start another card i have to press the plus sign at the bottom of the screen.. It was way to easy to move through input sections with the tab key.. I’m baffled as to why you would change that to a much more complicated entry process.. AND once I’ve done all that and got my information in the way I would like it and get through anther card or two I look up to see that the program is duplicating my definition in the term box all on it’s own.. after having to go back and correct 5 or more of them I’m throwing up my hands.. i don’t have time to fiddle with a faulty complicated app.. I loved Quizlet until these changes were made and I pay for the subscription but I won’t be doing that anymore.. I hope you guys get these things lined out soon, but if the entry process will remain the same I’ll gladly take my money elsewhere...

- Quizlet Makes Studying Easier and More Effective

Quizlet is part of the reason I am able to maintain a 4.0 college gpa! I find that simply the act of creating my flash card sets familiarizes me with the material enough that I will only have to review it a few times before the test. Flash card sets are a great way to organize the information that is actually important for the test and by having it on an app, you can look over flash cards anytime you have five minutes! I love that I can add photos to note cards! The only thing I wish is that I could put the photo on the “term”side instead of the “definition” side so that when I am studying my flash cards by term, I am shown the photo and prompted to give the indicated answer. I also wish you could have more than one diagram per study set and that there was a way to study multiple sets combined together or to bulk-edit the notecards, such as splitting one set into two separate sets by simply checking the cards you wanted to “transfer” to a new set.

- Unethical for...

Quizlet makes it difficult to cancel a subscription, and the company minimizes visibility in finding how to cancel. I haven't owned a subscription service that is so difficult to cancel. I will say at least an email reminder is sent that my subscription will auto-renew. (Maybe that’s mandated?) That is where making it intuitive ends. There’s no link to manage your subscription nor go to quizlet in the email. Ok, I’ll let that go to the possibility that the makers of the email aren’t great at their job. So i perform the next step to open my quizlet app on my phone and enter into my account settings. I click on the very small fine print (nice play) at the bottom to cancel my subscription service. But wait, I’m not able to cancel my subscription. The message is hyperlinked, however, it brings me to the quizlet help center. I type in cancel subscription, but then it says I need to go to where I paid for the app. (I.e. google play, apple, or quizlet). The journey to cancel doesn’t end there, but my time writing this review does. Shrewd play quizlet. Very shrewd indeed...

- No Longer a Good Study Tool

Until today, I would have given Quizlet a five star rating without hesitation. I have been a loyal Quizlet user for at least the last five years, and have always bragged about what an amazing study tool it is. It made it so easy for me to memorize material, create study sets, and feel truly prepared for tests. But, with the most recent update, every single feature I love and value has been moved to premium use only - and my favorite feature of all has been completely done away with. No longer can you use learn mode to review content over and over, create tests to see how you are doing, or (my favorite that is completely gone) use the “write” feature to type things again and again and again until you’ve pounded them into your own head. And worst of all, the hours I have spent creating study sets for upcoming tests are pointless, as I can no longer use the features. Unless you want to pay for premium, Quizlet is just a basic flash card platform now. Everything that made it stand apart is gone. There are plenty of other flash card apps if you are looking for that. I no longer have any reason to recommend this one over other options.

- Amazing to Awful

I don’t use this app like every single day since not all my classes have it. But when I do after like 5 to 10 minutes of studying I’m guaranteed atleast a A- because it’s so helpful. The fact that you need to purchase some features don’t really bother me and the ads are rarely ever a problem. I do find it a bit annoying that it constantly ask you to sign up and enter your email but whatever. So yeah I guess it was worth the download! - A couple years later and look where we are. I’m trying to study for a science quiz and I get to do the test option ONE time. That feature CARRIED me and 6th grade because I could do it over and over until I got 100% now I’m in 8th grade and expected to pay your goofy subscription. I don’t like flash cards or matching, they don’t help me learn. Which is why I liked that this app because there were many features you could work with. I could deal with the ads, I can’t do anything about this. Good app if you’re willing to empty your pocket for it. Horrible if you’re a younger kid just trying to pass the semester with anything higher than a C. I guess it wasn’t worth the download.

- I loveeeeeee

When I tell y’all you can find the answer to anything on quizlet even those courses and subjects that aren’t even common. Dmv Answers and all that. I started My Freshman year the year the pandemic hit and i already go to an online school but the teachers barely be helping and with the work overload I was struggling keeping up and actually learning so my tenth grade year i thought i was for sure done for and i wasn’t gonna pass but i decided to keep using quizlet to get me through the year and it really is god sent!! Especially those who put the sets and classes and answers on quizlet are god sent!! I can find so many answers on quizlet and i can work ahead instead of falling behind. My Junior Now (Aug 2022) and I’m gonna keep using quizlet and studying and working ahead even when i get a job, i’m gonna be working way ahead so i won’t have to think about my school work. Just can’t wait till I graduate in a year and a half lol.

- Fallen apart: Moving basic functionality behind a paywall

I’ve used quizlet since high school and they have really gotten wild. I am totally fine with them having the premium service, good on them! However, making the basic ORIGINAL functions of the app under premium now. Ridiculous. I can’t use the quiz function to quiz myself on my notes? Yeah I’ll go to the way I quiz when I’m off WiFi / cell. Without that SINGLE function, I have literally no use for this application or website. Hope other students are able to find or create the resources to do the same and move on from quizlet. I know I can no longer recommend the site to my fellow students and I will instead be sending my class notes and study guides through other means. I always tried to support by using the site, watching ads and recommending it to others. But I cannot support through direct financial resources. I am a community college student trying to work through school, my job, and my family struggles, money is tight. EDIT: You guys also took away the learn function????? Literally a pointless app now. Glad that I wasted 7+ years supporting this company for it to turn around like this

- Love it!! Great way to study!

I love quizlet because it allows me to study and create sets for all of my exams and tests in school. It’s perfect because I can label diagrams and create flash cards to help me remember certain terms. I like to use quizlet as a “study guide” whenever I’m putting terms into a set so that I can review everything I’ll need to know for a upcoming test. This is really ideal during finals week 😂😅📚, although I would only recommend one thing. I think that it would be even more helpful if there were a couple more ways to learn my terms. I was thinking that there could be a writing feature where you can use your finger to draw/write the answers out so that they can stick in your brain a bit more. Maybe you could also have the ability to draw (I know that you could upload a picture, but..) an image on the flash card to help you remember the term a bit more. Overall it really is a great app 👍🏻 to study 📖 with whether you are on the go or just at home.

- Sad :(

hello. i loved quizlet. notice how i said loved. for many people exams are coming up and i like many others have exams. as i’m studying for my class i start with the learn game. that helps me out the most and i like it. when i got done with my 5 rounds (mind u i had 6 terms that i hadn’t studied) AND IT WOULDNT LET ME CONTINUE TO LEARN THEM BC I HAD TO PAY. 😡😤😡😤 after raging for like a min i was like ok i’ll do test bc i usually do thay when i’m done learning all the terms and wouldn’t u know it i did bad bc i didn’t learn all of the terms. After being sad i was like it’s fine i’ll do it again but i was incorrect bc ITS MAKING ME PAY FOR ANOTHER TEST. and i was like ok let me do flash cards but the problem is i hate flash cards bc i just flip the card over every time bc idc the answer but i would know the answer but UR MAKING ME PAY TO LEARN MY WORDS. 😩😩😤😡😞😡😤😤 anyway i understand needing to make money i’m all for that rich life but how i’m i going to get a rich life when i fail ap gov bc idk the terms. so please idc if u show me like 5 ads just let me learn all of my words so i can pass my exam. if u do i’ll rate u 5 stars instead of 2 and i’ll use u forever!🙏🏻🙏🏻

- Disappointing Service

Don’t get me wrong—I’m one of those kids who got by because of this app in high school and college. I got through with it because of the USERS who created study decks and helpful vocab lists for subjects I was struggling in. The best part was that it was free and accessible when other learning tools had insanely expensive subscriptions. And now, quizlet has joined them. Rather than continuing to focus on the wonderful app they had, they decided to rip this resource away from those who really need it (and those who used it the most). What’s even more bizarre is that quizlet is literally just a website essentially. They don’t produce content; they don’t create the study decks. They’re profiting from the work of students and educators who have worked harder on their decks than the corporate office of quizlet (who no doubt made this decision selfishly) ever will. Disappointing and absolutely not worth it. The horrible joke is that the app isn’t even worth spending money on!! There is no feature that is special enough to need to spend money on, especially with some of the recent changes which are just hot dumpster fires of ideas anyway. Avoid at all cost.

- Overall Great App with Room for Improvement

Quizlet gets the job done of a flash card app and goes beyond with intelligent, cool study features. One simple, big win improvement you could make is to allow sorting alphabetically when editing a flash card set. I have some sets with 200 terms that have no pre-planned order. I just add words as I discover them. If I want to make an addition or update, I have to scroll through a randomly-ordered list, searching for the right one to edit. I’ve also experienced a bug where, during editing, a term I’ve newly added will disappear and I’ll have to re-add it. This often happens when switching to other apps before saving by tapping “Done” while the app remains open in the background. I usually switch back and forth from Safari to reference my sources and check that I’m filling out my terms correctly. The app remains open and it’s usually just a few seconds of switching so the data should persist during that process and not drop any terms.

- Best Study App

I don’t usually write reviews, but this app has changed my life. I currently self study Japanese with Genki, and for each lesson there is a list of vocabulary. I used to write flash cards by hand, but that wasted paper and was very time consuming. Then I discovered Quizlet. The actual review: I love how you can make flash card decks for free, and you can change the language. I also enjoy learning with learn and the other methods. It makes studying so much more fun. Mostly, the app is free but you have the option to buy the no ads, and the study offline, add pictures and more all in one subscription but I haven’t done that because it already has all I need without it. My only request would be to have all the features that are on computers on mobile as well. Other then that, this is the best study app you can get for flash cards and I definitely recommend it for anyone who needs to use flash cards and learn vocabulary.

- Amazing App!

WOW! This app helped me so much to study and helps me retain it! First of all the notifications always helped me get on tracks and remind me not to get distracted. Second of all, the starring option helped me so much in helping me memorize it. Even though it’s a little tedious, but in the end you’ll always get the hang of it. And third of all, I absolutely love how it gives you short chunks of questions for the learn option and how it gives you positive messages. Even though it was great and my rating remains as a 5 star, I highly do suggest that you might want to put some positive messages if you’re doing really bad in a question segment. Second of all, I really like the meteorite game on the Web version but I am disappointed it’s not here. Lastly, I really want to see that you can copy and paste a document and it automatically creates a set, like in the Web Version. Anyways, I really like the app and I hope you follow through on my suggestions!

- I LOVE this app, it’s so amazing!

I’ve had Quizlet for my whole entire school career, and it has saved my grades on sooo many occasions. Especially in anatomy, Spanish and medical terminology. Having Quizlet allowed me to study efficiently and effectively. And also for having it for so long, allowed me to see the app grow. It’s enhanced algorithm allowed me to barely type a medical term and it would automatically show up in suggestions, then when I selected the definition, it too automatically had three variations of the definition without me barley even having to type a thing. This perk allowed me to build multiple sets in a breeze, and left me more time to study. There’s just so much more but I don’t want this review to go on forever. So I would highly suggest this app for anyone who needs to study a lot and to do it efficiently, even if you pay for the premium feature, it’s so helpful for when you’d need a picture or any other effect, the very few bucks you’d spend are 100% worth it!

- So disappointed, I don’t even have words.

I don’t even want to give one star I am so upset. I used to love Quizlet and used it through middle school, high school, and the beginning of college. Until they added a ridiculous pay wall. Quizlet do you even know who your users are? Students. We are students. Teachers even used to use Quizlet to help their classes who now can’t access the material since you blocked it behind a paywall. Your app is no better than any other flashcard app or making them by hand. I’m in college, as are many others of your users and I assume many of you yourselves who work at Quizlet used to be. Do you know and remember how expensive college is? On top of rising inflation, gas prices, housing costs, etc? Bring back the ads. We don’t mind those. But now that you have a pay wall people like myself and others will no longer be able to use what once was a great app because we simply can’t afford it. I understand the “if you value it enough you’ll pay for it” but it’s so hard when we also have so many other expensive things to pay for to try and make it through college. Please bring back the old Quizlet.

- This app is a lifesaver

Quizlet rocks! I use it to study for all my exams, and the best part is that you don’t have to lug around a bunch of flashcards everywhere. You can make your own study sets, look at other people that are studying the same thing, and you can invite people you know to join your class. You can share your flashcards and study them together. My friends and I have been doing that—we have a class, and we divide up the flashcard-making and then share them so we don’t have to make a gazillion flashcards. Also, if you’re really competitive (which I definitely am) they have some really fun and cool games to help you practice, and you can try to beat your friends’ score. The “Learn” setting is really effective; it focuses on the things you need to practice and also introduces newer cards. This app is basically everything you need to ace your exams and tests all in one place. No more taking binders, folders, backpacks, and index card boxes to the library for me!😂

- Great with one glaring, obnoxious (and easily fixed) flaw

Quizlet is a life-saver for studying, especially when in a crunch and you need to get terms down really fast. The app is simple and works really quickly and well. Quizlet Plus appears to be well worth the money, although I haven’t tried it so I don’t know. I like how it’s an option but the company doesn’t shove it down your throat all the time *coughGooglecough* But it has own glaring and super annoying flaw: the “I made a typo!” in Learn mode button is tiny!! It’s so easy to miss, and if you do miss it, there’s no going back — the algorithm thinks you don’t know that card for the rest of that Learn cycle. I really hate this, because it’s a huge waste of my time to go over a card that I know but just typed wrong. And it’d be a really easy fix; just use the same button as the “Check it” button and size it down a bit. The old Learn didn’t have this problem, just saying. And quick suggestion: it’d be really nice if we could follow other users to know when they made a new set.

- Suggestions

First of all, there should be a place to leave suggestions on the website or in the app. I like Quizlet but if there is not a place for its customers to leave suggestions, then maybe making customers happy isn’t there main goal. Especially since most features on Quizlet are pay-to-use now. Like I said before, I enjoy using Quizlet, specifically the flash card feature. However, I do have some suggestions. There should be a way to edit a card as you are studying it. For example, if I have made a typo on the back of a card, I have to stop the study session and find that specific card within the set in order to correct the mistake. Seems like it would be an obvious idea to edit cards as you need to. Also, it takes some time for the app to update. Once I use my laptop to add a set to my account, that set doesn’t show up in the iPadOS app for several minutes. Not the biggest issue in the world but certainly something to note. Gave 3 stars because I enjoy using the app, but it is far from perfect.

- Simply the BEST flashcard app.

I tried out several flash card apps, and it's almost ridiculous how much better this one was than the others. It's very easy to keep the cards organized and edited. I love the fact that I can log into the website to create and modify the cards, and then access and edit them from anywhere with the app. The program even detected the languages that I was typing in on each side of the card for me, and offers the special symbols for each language to easily insert as I type! The cards can be randomized and it's easy to switch to testing from one side of the card to the other. You can even generate quizzes and games based upon your card sets! This is just a wonderful, easy-to-use study aid that I highly recommend if you're looking for a good mobile flashcard app. Update: I’ve recently upgraded to Quizlet Plus, and I wish I’d done so a long time ago! So many useful features, especially long term learning!

- 4 stars Quizlet is great!

Let’s just say that quizlet has made me a great student. It helps the most in subjects that you have to memorize things for a test a.k.a science and history. The match feature is great because it’s super quick and you can compete against classmates. Another feature that is great is the learn feature because it determines what things you need to study and what you don’t. The best thing on quizlet is how simple it is to make a “set.” You can literally search any topic at all and it will come up. Then you just press copy and your done! You can also make your own sets! The things that I don’t like about quizlet is when your using the test feature spelling counts so if you get the answer right but spell it wrong you get it wrong. They should add a spelling doesn’t count setting because I rarely use it for spelling/grammar tests. Overall this app is great because you can share your sets, use all your sets for finals, make a set in a minute and it is super easy to make an account! I will bow down to the quizlet gods.

- Developers plz read

I’ve used Quizlet since 2019 and it’s pretty much never failed. I could study for exams w/ 100 or 200+ terms w/ no problem but now i feel quizlets getting a bit stingy. Now you can only use learn for four rounds. After the four rounds are finished you have to upgrade to premium. Premium is about 8.00 dollars a month. That’s just absurd. It’s so ridiculous expensive. And I understand that you have to make money some how but 8 dollars a month?? (Yes I am aware of the 35 dollars a ur which id say is equally expensive) I understand the ads. I was totally fine w/ the ads for money reasons that made sense but now I can’t really study using Quizlet unless I want to pay 8 dollars a month or 35 a year. I would even b fine if it was 8 dollars a final purchase for premium. And on a side note I received a notification about the write section being transferred to a new location, the learn section. It’s not in the learn section it was simply taken away. And not to be rude or brash in my comments, but I’m just utterly disappointed with the way Quizlet has come to be. originally it was a rlly good app but now I see things have changed. Thankyou

- Update ideas- a message to the app creators

I love quizlet so much and I use it on the regular for my graduate pharmacy program. It has reshaped how I “learn” my exam material. Quotations on the learn because the learn feature of quizlet is so incredible. Last year I took the leap and became a quizlet plus member. So worth it! I appreciated the updates recently that provided the highlight feature with the three shades of colors. I have always struggled with the fact that quizlet is not bullet friendly. I really think that a future update should provide users the ability to add bullets to the definition box, so that terms with multiple definitions can be adequately added to the flash card. It would be great if this option allowed for numbers and bullets. Many times I am memorizing terms with 4 distinct definitions and I am forced to manually add them in as 1), 2) 3). It is very frustrating to me so any additional bullet option, however minimal, would be much appreciated. Another thing that I really have always wanted was more color options. In real life I like to use colorful flash cards because it helps me better my ability to categorize the information. The addition of the three colors has been so impactful to me for that reason. What I wish for the future of quizlet is more customizable features. I would love to be able to change the color of the font and the color of the actual card. Thanks for a great app!!!

- This helps a lot!

I started using this app ever since one of my teachers showed us the website. This app does help me a lot, it has helped me study and actually pass a whole lot of my tests. This is the only time I actually ever took the time and studied. I never studied up until now. I hate having to look through my notes and trying to make myself memorize things and having this app makes things a whole lot easier and a bit more fun. I love the fact that after you study it gives you a practice test to see how well you improved from the beginning. Also how it has different types of answering methods as in, typing, true or false, and clicking on the right answer. Overall, I am most likely going to use this all through high school :) if you think you want to use this app, please do! If you’re like me and hate studying and just like copying stuff instead, just get this app. It helps a lot and is super worth the time :)

- 8 bucks a month, are you kidding me?

Why on earth does a quizzing/flashcard app need $8 a month? This app got me through middle school, high school, and then some. The learn feature was great, I didn’t have to do flash cards but I also didn’t have to test and repeat. Several years ago they even had this meteor game that was really fun! I’m in college now, I came back to study for a midterm I have coming up. Figured I’d rely on the learn feature to get me through the door… nope, you get like five rounds before you have to pay. Ok, fair enough they’ve somehow upgraded their AI or something I’ll just take a test… you get one, one test a set before you have to pay. From what I can tell, not much has changed besides the paywall. I don’t understand how this is advantageous for y’all. This app was hugely popular when I was in middle and high school, do you honestly expect that age range to shell out for a flashcard subscription? And I promise you that college students will not pay for this either, we are too busy trying to pay off the other price gouging entities in our lives. So long for now Quizlet, guess I’ll figure something else out.

- A great app, but...

As a quizlet user for over a year, I have used the website for all of my studying. I have just got the app and loved it. It has helped me receive many 💯’s and A’s on my tests and quizzes. The studying tools are perfect. I wish there was a group-chat/groups feature. My friends and I have made some group-chat sets that people can edit with a password. The problem is people can delete other people’s messages (terms.) I also wish for some admin powers on the group-chat system so that people can delete ugly and overall annoying messages. This would probably include a feature called “Request-a-Delete” or “Request a mod.” The feature would need to give the mods a notification. It would also help if a notification was sent to the person that requested the action, and (if action was taken) a notification that whatever happened to the message happened. Same with a ban or a discipline system.

- It’s alright.

I used to absolutely love this app I would give it 5 stars until the update. The fact I have to pay to study which I don’t understand because if I wanna keep learning terms I can’t because I have to pay to use more than 5 rounds. I’m not seeing the point of the app anymore since they limit your studying abilities. This is a great app but it’s even greater when you pay for it and actually can study what you need. Saying that it’s a studying app is kind of unbelievable to me as someone who gets tested on 10-20+ terms normally I can’t study all of them because I would have to pay to go through them all in the learning stage. Personally I want it to go back to normal where there were adds occasionally that kept it free for students like me. That way I could study to my full ability. I’m still using this app because it does help but I do have to put in some extra effort in trying to fit them all in. Wish things would go back to how it was but for now it’s a 3/5 for me.

- Good, but please fix this!!

I’ve used quizlet since middle school, and I love the desktop version. However, the match needs some work, in app and on computer. On my laptop, the match game starts and has an around .8 second head start before the full page loads, and I know it doesn’t sound like a ton, but when you’re competing down to the .0 seconds, it’s a big delay. So, naturally I downloaded the app, my hands are much faster than a mouse, and my phone has amazing speed. When I downloaded the app and opened the match game though, I can’t see the pictures well at all! It shows the title on top of the picture, making it super hard to see! I’d prefer if it were the same set up as the desktop version, but I understand it needs to be compact. It’s just hard as I need to stare for a while before I know what the actual picture is. I know this is a super specific request, but I’d really appreciate an update for the match game. Something easier to see? Fantastic app otherwise IMO.

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- Student perspective

I love this app, wished I would’ve used it sooner for my studies. Obviously you can write out your own flash cards etc but the convenience of having it on the go is just too efficient. I use quizlet to not forget what I learn in my subjects. If you don’t know active recall and spaced learning is the greatest way to study, I legit have been doing it 4 weeks out from externals and yea shoulda done it earlier. But quizlet allows me to practice active recall and space it out. 100% recommend any student or person that wants an aid in learning, and the best part about it is that it’s 100% free, apart from the bonus features... Though where I can see improvements for the platform would be: 1) better arrangement of the sets you create BASED upon an active recall and spaced learning system. Atomi does this well, but it’s like when you complete a set, you get notifications for when you haven’t done it in a while etc and basic methods of daily reminder, to weekly and so on... would take more algorithms and heavy coding I imagine but aye that’s ultimate value I see it this

- Student’s view

this app is so efficient and amazing, I could go on all day about how good it is! It’s saved me so many times from failing tests and it’s so easy to use. First of all, it’s free! There are so many expensive paid student apps that are useless but this app is free and it’s amazing!!! Anytime I get notified that I have a test coming up on a certain subject then I can go onto quizlet and take quick quizzes on the subject or make my own custom one, it’s so good because the app keeps on pushing you to get 100% accuracy and thats what a love about this app! it should also be said that this app will not make you yawn! its not boring, there's so many different platforms within this one app to suit different people, for example, flash cards, writing, multiple choice, etc. Also....this app works for all students and especially high school & college students! please just trust me, take my advice and give it your best.

- Cannot give it enough praise

Honestly I always use this app to study with when I need to remember my French or the definition of a science term. The ‘learn’ feature helps me the most. I also use the tests after I finish the learn feature although when I do my tests I tend to get rid of all the features except writing, and I also make it instant evaluation. Sorry if I’m rambling. I honestly didn’t think it was that good at the start but it’s really effective if you do the learn and test feature.

- Why did you remove Write mode?

I love using Quizlet for my studies - I am currently studying Spanish and Indonesian using the Quizlet app. However, the main component of my practice was often the Written mode, where you would have to type out each translation correctly twice in a row to finish each individual word. This really helps for when I’d like to regularly practice vocabulary that I’m just trying to brush up on. Making it a subset of Learn mode was a terrible idea, and makes me choose between structured palm-card-to-writing learning OR the writing practice that helps me commit words I studied a few weeks or days ago to memory. I don’t want to have to make this choice, and nor should I have to. I really hope you reverse this change as soon as possible, as it makes my learning much harder.

- Used to love it

The app is a really really good study tool, especially for learning vocabulary for different languages. At school we put all the words we need for the unit and study them until they stick, but lately this has become much harder due to the new updates. In Learn, they only have one multiple choice and one spelling question before they deem that you master it. If you have recently had the question or fluke it, you can’t revise the same word before you finish the whole set. This means that students often forget the words without enough repetition. I have resorted to repeating Learn twice, or three times before I ‘actually’ learn the vocabulary. Because of that, I’m taking a star off.

- Good, but...

Quizlet is a very helpful flash cards app and I’ve used it for tests, exams and personal use. The design is clean and it runs smoothly for the most part. You can use other people’s card decks or create your own, and you can edit your profile. Even without premium, it’s easy and useful to use. It also has dark mode, which is great. My only wish is that you could use your own decks offline. It’s pretty annoying that I can’t access the decks I spent 10+ minutes creating to study without WiFi, especially when I have a test or exam coming up. Other than that, though, I definitely recommend Quizlet for school or personal use. There are some interesting decks made by other people, maybe you’ll learn something new.

- Great just needs some refining

Always use this app and it has helped me tremendously! Some modifications that I think could help this app become 5 stars: - When editing flash card list, add an option to manually search for the term you want to edit. Presently very difficult to refine existing terms if you have a lengthy flash card list. - Be able to manually arrange flash card lists in a folder. If you have multiple units for a subject and a list for each, you are unable to organise them into chronological order within the folder which creates disorganisation - Be able to manually select multiple flashcards lists to revise together. Would help a lot with consolidation of linked topics.

- Awesome but needs small improvements

Love this app. Few things though, ‘scan document’ button should be able to be accessed at any point when making a new study set. Sometimes my study sets are 100+ terms long and I have to scroll all the way to the top every time I want to add a new term from the document I scanned! Also wish I could see how many hours per day & week I spend studying, instead of just how many days in a row I’ve studied. Added aesthetic customisation would also be nice, the app colours are a bit dull. Regardless love the app enough to pay money for it but could do with some tweaks :)

- Everything is locked behind a paywall!!!!

Do not bother using Quizlet anymore. I used to love Quizlet. It was absolutely perfect for studying languages, and I recommended it to everyone I knew. Now they’ve locked away every single feature, except for flash cards, behind a paywall. Everything that used to be great about Quizlet is now completely inaccessible unless you’re willing to pay a monthly subscription. Which I can’t imagine most students have the budget to pay for! I used to recommend this app to everyone. Now I’m uninstalling it and won’t be using it again since it’s now become a glorified flash cards app. There are better (free) study options out there, and I can make my own flash cards.

- Great app but could use one major improvement (audio insert)

This app is great as it has many amazing features but for language learners listening to a word using audio files is extremely important. Unfortunately this feature is only available for Quizlet on a computer which is a shame for those who do not have access. This would improve learning efficiently as it is a vital skill to have for learning languages and other topics.

- Quizlet honest review: High schooler perspective

It is so great that’s if free So helpful with all the different study methods for different learning styles There are little ads (maybe 1 or 2 per 1/2 hour) It is really easy to create your own study set since if you write in the word it gives you suggestions on the definition which can save a lot of time Bottom line: highly recommend this app to all students from high school to college!

- Money Hungry & Unethical

Quizlet has fallen so far from grace and so fast that it isn’t even funny. This app and website used to be the best way to study languages, memorise quotes and learn new skills for classes such as math. However, the introduction of disgusting and unacceptable pay walls has ultimately forced many to leave the app, myself includes. Even after creating your own set, YOUR OWN, you can only do one test and one run through of learn before you are FORCED to upgrade to premium in order to continue. These modes are essential and vital to learning and memorising curriculum and without them, the process becomes mundane and uninteresting. Quizlet needs to revert these changes before it is too late.

- Need more formatting options

Quizlet is good, I don’t mind spending $70 for a yearly subscription but there are 2 things that are holding me back: 1/ Most of the time I would like my cards to be more colourful, learning will be much easier this way, not just plain black text with a few highlight colours, looks boring to me. 2/ Images, I want to add more than one images to my cards, since ea card only allow one. To save time. I have a habit of taking screenshots of the questions and definitions so it would be extremely useful if Quizlet let me add images to both the front and back of the card.

- Best Study App

This app has really helped me study for tests. Even though I only got it a couple of days ago, I studied for my Science Test and I was having a hard time memorising stuff before I got this app. There are mini practice tests and I get 100% when I do them now! Highly recommended this for students who want to study effectively. Only con is that some features cost money but I’ve been doing fine without them.

- Quick and Easy Study

At school I found that if I am revising for a test, quizlet is my first choice. With quizlet, I can make my own study set, and revise it with numerous techniques. It really helps the information stick. If you are lazy and can’t make your own study set, there are tons of free to use sets on the internet. You can verse you friends, set up a class and more. The possibilities are endless with quizlet.


I’ve been using Quizlet for 4 years with no problems. 2 months ago I started getting random terms that I’d never inputted to my flash cards. After many emails I was told the problem was complicated and they had no idea when they would be able to fix it. I’ve spoken to other students not studying the same subjects and they are having the same issues, so it’s global. We all payed for the full version. Really not good enough and I would avoid getting this app until they fix the issues. It’s pretty useless as a study aid if you can’t trust the answers when you do Tests with this app.

- Strongly recommend to any student

I love the way that some activities are presented as games! You can make your own notes which are then converted into a flash card system, a match up game and a test with short answer questions, multiple choice questions and true or false questions. This app helped me memorise words when I was learning a new language and I wish I had found it sooner!

- Best app ever!!

App helps me revise or learn my Japanese. I have very few minutes during the week due to sport to study. Quizlet helps me learn sentence structures and Japanese words in a matter of minutes. Best function of this app is learn and match. Learn helps you get on top of the structures or words. Match is a fun way to learn and you can vs your friends. Overall best app for learning a language or studying for any other subjects.

- Very good

Do recommend for flash cards, simple and convenient. I use all the time’s of exams. Good interface. However, there’s an issue on my iPad Air 4. When I click options, I am unable to make the card orientation front, the ‘term’. The button does not work and is stuck on ‘definition’ which is very annoying. I have deleted the app, redownloaded it, logged out, restarted flash cards, restarted iPad but no fix. Please fix this issue. Much appreciated.

- Good for study especially if you write cards yourself

Love this app, especially the read aloud feature. Would be perfect with a feature where you could flag a card during study/flashcard mode to go back and fix after. Sometimes there is a mistake or misspelling or the card is in the wrong set and then I can’t find the card after !

- Just really good

I used this to ace my Indonesian test. Since its so customisable, its a lot better than other teaching methods like OneNote and education perfect. You can use it for any amount of time. I highly recommend getting them first paid version so you can use it online. Overall really helpful when you need to study and memorise certain words quickly.

- Review from a first year medical student

Quizlet is a great resource to use to study. I use it to rote learn, e.g. for things such as anatomy and physiology, basic facts and processes. It could be a bit better by allowing more flexibility with creating flash cards, instead of just having the term/definition format, but all in all it is very helpful and allows you to connect to other peoples’ flash cards on the same topics as yours.

- Great app but could be even better

Adding the ability to easily share a card between multiple sets or to be able to copy and paste cards between sets would be amazing... e.g. learning a word/phrase for a language that you want to organise both by the lesson in the textbook as well as it’s usage in the language. “KITCHEN” could exist in the Lesson 5 set as well as a set for Places.

- Great but data entry is an issue.

For anything with complex definitions or answers this is a nightmare because you have to add them all in via the iPad rather than computer. Having it available on Mac would make it a lot easier to input large banks of questions I.e. my current need is for around 25 sets with at least 75 questions in each.

- Great but...

I really like how the free features are really good but if you made the pro a one-time purchase I’d definitely get it however I’m going to stick with free if you keep it charging $2.50 a month. Even if you don’t want to do that, letting the free mode add pictures to flash cards adds several subjects I can’t use words to describe for the flash cards,

- Great for people who hate studying

I never studied, but when I got introduced to quizlet from my Japanese class, I started too. The quizlet app is amazing for learning languages, but I also use for my other subjects like science. I love that you can generate a test. But I don’t like how there are some many adds for quizlet pro. You don’t need it. Quizlet is fine with out it.

- Great Useful App!

This app is incredibly easy to use because you can create study sets for anything you want plus it gives you an automatic definition! I got this app because I was studying for a math exam and haven’t looked back, I’ve been telling all my friends about it and it’s been helping all of us. Great app and I would recommend it to everyone 😁

- Quizlet

I'm very pleased with what you guys have produced and the final product due to it has helped me in the past. But I would like to request one thing that should be added to this app. Where I can match the same synonyms or pictures. Overall, Quizlet is my number one study app and I wish to continue to use this in the future. ~ Jasmine Thanh Thuc Nguyen.

- Best app for students!

Being a full-time student, this app is perfect for me to study on the go! I can simply whip out my phone a run through a set or two whenever I have a moment to waste, and I love using it mid-commute to school. Cannot recommend this enough to anyone who needs an easy and efficient way to study.

- Money Grab, turned to the dark side

Apps great for learning in terms of strategies but it’s a complete money grab like what happened to helping students do well for free?! I now cannot - do more than 1 practice test on a set - do more than three rounds of learn So that now when I feel like a I have the hang of it I can’t learn it anymore and can only do flashcards. I spend more time getting mad at quizlet then learning terms because it’s virtually impossible with all the ads and *premium* features that I have to unlock to LEARN AND HAVE AN EDUCATION

- Used to be great

I used to love this app. It was different from all the other flashcard apps with its spelling and writing modes, but now those are locked behind an expensive premium subscription that many students just can’t afford. What’s the difference now between this app and any other flashcards app? I hope this is changed soon.

- Fix this

This is terrible me and my friend wanted to download this and we did while signing in it asked for my email and notifications it’s seems fine now but wait till you hear this someone hacked the app and ask questions about age and other irrelevant questions of her personal information (my friends information) I know right we new this wasn’t Quizlet because after it then started to ask her the real questions after we found out we deleted the app immediately

- Extraordinarily Easy to use, highly customisable.

Creating your own sets, especially if cutting and pasting from source material, takes seconds. Combined with a variety of learning methods and excellent voice content makes this an outstanding language tool for creating what YOU want to learn, not just relying on generic material.

- Good App Until You Had To Pay For Features

Loved Quizlet and recommended it to everyone I knew until it started adding limitations in accessing some of Quizlet’s best modes. Particularly ‘Learn Mode’ and ‘Test’. Honestly, thinking of the audience their projecting this app towards, forcing students to pay a monthly fee could backfire upon them. Don’t mind the ads but blocking certain modes of learning (other than Flashcards) was a disappointing move. Will definitely be considering alternatives or even just sticking to paper and pen

- Not letting me change the "front" of the flashcard

Great app and useful for studying, but (on the iPad at least) for some reason I'm not able to change the orientation of my flashcard. The option appears when I'm in flashcard mode and click on options, but when I try and actually change it nothing happens. This is quite frustrating as it makes a large number of my flashcards unusable.

- Great

Overall, Quizlet has really helped me to study things over the years. It is much simpler and way more satisfying to create digital flash cards to revise with. The match feature inspires you to learn the definitions while having fun and competing with friends. Absolutely the best study app out there. 100/5 stars rating.

- Brilliant

This has made absorbing terminology in particular much easier. Not only using exisiting study sets but creating my own has enabled me to digest information even more permanently. The tests and the match game has been particularly useful. Highly recommended to anyone studying!

- Works well but too many nags for payware

The free version constantly hassles you to upgrade to a payware version. The "study streaks" thing is puerile and stupid, please allow us to turn it off. Auto capitalisation of first character of input also v annoying! Apart from that the ability to create study sets and save them online is excellent and this is a very useful app. I use it for Indonesian.

- A great app! Needs a little fix

I love this app, I use it for most of my studying and it helps me feel confident with the content I’m learning. However at the moment there’s a bug, when I’m in flash card mode and I flip the card, the other side is blank. I don’t know why this is, please fix this!

- Top apps for learning languages

As title said. One little improvement is the ability to edit the flashcard straight from the Learn / Quiz section: sometimes I notice a mistake in the words/descriptions when doing a quiz/long term learning but it is so hard to track down the specific flashcard to fix.

- Best study tool for languages

Using it on the train on my way to school and using it to study for my Mandarin test later today I within like 40 minutes was able to memorise around 25 terms definitely a must have app

- Amazing app, has helped me with my studies os much!

This is an awesome app and has helped me passed all my high school tests. It has so many mode that you can choose to customise your learning. You can follow other people and do the quizzes or you can make your own. Has everything from flashcards to practise tests.

- Removed Only Good Mode

Quizlet was the sole reason I managed to learn and become fluent in Spanish thanks to it’s ‘write’ and ‘meteor’ modes. As they were so good I bought premium so that I could use my own images etc. For whatever reason they just removed them both with no explanation. Their ‘learn’ mode is useless as it has multiple choice questions and flash cards are worse still (for serious study). Will be seeking a competitor with the modes that they removed.

- Really great! - but can be improved

I love how I can find my class, and the sets have already been created. It would be great to see an option where you could be tested on more than one set, as it is easy to recall the answers for a given set, but would be much more effective if tested on multiple at a given time.

- Great study tool

Very affordable, love that you can download sets as I live in an area where internet/service is sparse. Good improvements over time. The only thing I would like changed at the moment is to set the term/definition permanently. I can set it for the set currently in use but it reverts to default once the set is done or the app is closed.

- Great for learning languages!

This is a really good app for language study because you can choose your language and it automatically gives you pronunciation. Would like to add pictures though - but I know that the company needs to earn money.

- Was good, changed for the worse

I’ve loved quizlet and even been a plus member but recently they made changes to the learning mode that make it hard to track your progress and repetition of the terms weaker. Wish they would bring back where you could see how many cards you have left whilst studying and the old learning algorithm that showed you terms more before saying you’ve completed the set

- mostly great :D

as a high school student, i really enjoy using quizlet to revise and study for tests and such. it’s portable and fun to use, and the game modes (gravity, match) are great as an extra push. the app’s very battery draining on my phone, however. perhaps it’s because i’m using an older model (iphone 6s+) but it’s very frustrating, and i can’t revise terms on the go.

- Easy to make

This app is very good as I can just tap on it instead of searching it up on the internet. I can create folders to put all of my flash cards in there so it is easy and accessible and I can make as many as I want! Highly recommend 👍🏼

- Very useful study tool

Use flash cards all the time, bought pro for the image feature don’t need it however to utilise the app well. My only suggestion is subscript and superscript on the online editor.

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- My whole program is in flash cards now!!

This app has revolutionized my studying habits! Me and my roommates all take turns converting the days lecture power points into flash cards. We now have 3 full semesters of cards for every class, and they are all accessible no matter where we are! I believe that the process of making questions out of lecture content and reviewing the cards is one of the most effective ways to study. I would also recommend upgrading to the plus version solely for the ability to add your own pictures from lectures/classes




this is a great app BUT I have a lot of flash cards and I want to search for my flash card that I have. Please add a search bar

- Money

This was my favourite study app because it was free and I couldn’t find anything else that was free. Now you’re charging $45/year for it? We’re students, we don’t have enough money to waste almost $50 per year on an app like this.

- Amazing app for learning and studying

As someone who struggles with ADD, I personally think that this app is great for learning a topic and studying for tests and exams. As an added bonus, not much is locked behind Quizlet Plus, making it much easier to get everything done. Creating study sets is also very easy. Would highly recommend to anyone in grade school to high school.

- Hate whatever they did with this update

I haven’t gone on it since spring , but they’re update is annoying and keeps messing up my notes. It is now an inconvenience

- Does not run on an IPod 5 iOS 9.3.5

I love using quizlet online but when I downloaded it on my iPod 5, it will not open. It stays on the opening page and then seems to crash and sends me back to my homescreen. Had to delete it. (I am running iOS 9.3.5 which is supposed to be compatible with the app)

- Blocking most of the studying features behind a paywall.

This move is useless and quite frankly self destructive by the developers. You already have ads up for most of the app. Restricting students trying to learn with a paywall has lost you a lot of users, as not everyone has the money to spare on a subscription. Especially not students. For the people reading reviews, use Anki instead.

- Disappointed

I do not understand why the acces to the learning and testing is only granted to those who have the payed version. This app used to my highly recommended app and I loved it. Now I am no so much in agreement. Disappointed.

- Was a great app but…

I completely understand Quizlet trying to monetize everything, however it has gotten to the point where the app is useless for the everyday user. Over time, they have taken away features that used to be completely free and made them a “premium feature.” I can understand this to a certain extent, but not when almost every single feature on this app is monetized. After 4+ years of using Quizlet as a main study source and raving about it, I’m sad to say I’ll be finding other studying platforms.

- Expensive

This app used to be so amazing and helpful because it was free and now it doesn’t let me do anything anymore unless I get premium. Such a shame!

- It used to be so nice 🫤

Where is the diagram feature gone?It was the most useful tool!!!

- Unrealistic learning options

Only 5 free rounds/set of learning. No point of having an account without a subscription which is extremely overpriced.

- Quizlet Falls into Greed

Quizlet used to be an amazing app that would help students study for free. Now, all the useful features are locked behind a paywall. What a tragic end to such a useful app. Do not give this greedy company your money.

- Money

This was a great app because it was free and easy to use. I am very disappointed with the new update cause I no longer have an app like this that is free.

- Why

I loved quizlet and used it often for school, but now even the simple "learn" feature has been hidden behind a paywall. so annoyed by this

- Greedy

we have to pay to learn now😭

- Pay 4 everything

This used to be great but they changed n now u gotta get a subscription to even use the app properly

- No free tests

Quizlet used to be so good and help me so much but now they got rid of free tests and learn so all I can use is flashcards which is useless for me. I do not want to pay $45 to use quizlet.

- ?????!!!!!

This new update it’s screwing everything up? I hate how the entire page gets filled up to put your definitions/terms. And on top of that sometimes the terms appear in the definitions and the definitions appear in the terms ?????? What the actual heck man?????? FIX ASAP i have 2 midterms I’m prepping for for next week, i need this fixed. I’m so stressed, and this app screwing up is the last thing i need rn

- Buggy

I spent 3 hours making over 100 flash cards that ended up erasing themselves after I checked back. I thought I wouldn’t have to worry about my work disappearing but boy was I wrong. Sucks that I have a test tomorrow and I relied on this to help me review my notes. Should’ve just did them on microsoft word...

- Great!!

Great to study

- Review

Everything about Quizlet helps you study, either on the paid version or not.

- It sucks

Yeah it does

- Test

You have to pay to do more practice test

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- Learn mode is no longer free

Learn mode, the reason that most people use Quizlet for is now locked behind a paywall. Highly recommend giving them a 1* rating for that 👎

- $$$$

Its literally a living paywall.

- Very good, I recommend using it

Amazing for learning terms and definitions, I use it for every Science test. It’s a five star app, but quite a few features are inaccessible without their subscription, Quizlet Plus.

- So-so

Mediocre app, as all quizzes are of wildly varying quality. In many cases, the questions used don’t suit this format well, and thus aren’t very helpful.


Imma be using knowt now 🙄🙄🙄

- Student friendly

Easy to use and helpful as a memorization tool!


This app is amazing I use it for studying and for spelling words I love it!

- shut the quiet

shut the quiet

- Good


- Very good for studying

I just wish I could upload pictures for free

- Most useful option now costs money

I used to love this app but the fact that now we have to pay to use the learn mode is just disappointing. If you want to use this app without buying quizlet plus, you’re better off making your own physical flashcards since that’s pretty much the only option you can use.

- Love it so much but…

Absolutely love this app. I don’t know what I would do without it (ps. premium is definitely worth it!) but there’s an error that keeps occurring. Quite frequently, cards (term and definition) will be copied 2-3 times, so I have to go back and delete a ton of cards. Just say I add 12 cards to a set, i’ll go back and have 24 because they have been copied. Please fix this!!

- disappointed to say the least

I have to pay for this now? I can’t afford it an this used to be a great study tool for me.

- Love it !!! but questions disappear…

I love everything about Quizlet! The only major bug is that questions disappear after being created half of the time… so it’s stressful because you are always wondering if you have everything covered when you study your flash cards and you have to double check if questions are saved after creating each one… I saw in the reviews that it was already an issue 3 years ago. If you could fix this major bug, Quizlet would be revolutionary!

- Goodys

Very good app 10\10 helps me with my hw

- Great study tool

There is a paid version that allows you to add you own pictures/ voice notes but honestly the free version is still quite excellent.

- Have to pay for everything now

I’ve had quizlet for years and I loved their Learn feature. I recently updated the app and now all of the sudden I have to pay for Learn because of Quizlet Plus. This feature was offered for free for years and it’s so disappointing because this was one of the few apps that didn’t make you pay for certain features. Will be deleting the app.

- Disappointed

I’ve been a loyal Quizlet lover for many many years. It’s helped me pass exams, tests, quizzes you name it. Now I find that you are only given so many study rounds before you need to upgrade to Quizlet premium. If you’re a student you know that you will not have the disposable income to pay 44$ a year or 9.99$ a month. I have no clue what I will do now for studying..

- Fix it please its STILL broken

Can you guys please fix the app I can’t search or do any tests. It keeps saying its my internet when it’s literally not, its extremely bugged out and I really needed the app last night to work and it did not.

- Quizlet is great

I use Quizlet in high school and its really fun and easy to use so get it

- Yo mom

Is fat

- NEW UPDATE IS BAD! Learn only on +?!

Wow Quizlet.. As a student using learn was critical to studying. I cannot and will not pay for Quizlet Plus and many others can’t as well. VERY angry that you made learn accessible only through Quizlet+. You’re going to lose all your users.

- Why do you have to pay?

I thought Quizlet is supposed to help you with school. How come you need to pay just to take tests and study. It was better before because it was free and you can take countless of tests to help you for school.

- It’s okay

It’s okay, I guess

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The applications Quizlet: Learn with Flashcards was published in the category Education on 2012-08-09 and was developed by Quizlet Inc [Developer ID: 546473128]. This application file size is 157.15 MB. Quizlet: Learn with Flashcards - Education app posted on 2023-01-19 current version is 7.19.1 and works well on IOS 14.0 and high versions. Google Play ID: com.quizlet.quizlet