Voice Cards by Michiko

Voice Cards

Photo from Mrs. Donnelly

 I use Voice Cards to study every week. It works for vocabulary and even French. I just put the word and the definition in and then record myself saying the word. Once I do that for all of my words I save it and then start studying. There are many modes on Voice Cards. I can shuffle the words, change the mode to question only, answer only, or both, and I can just shake it to make it go to the next word. After I have studied for a while, thanks to Voice Cards, I are ready for your quiz.

Voice Cards by Grace G.

Voice Cards  is a very helpful app for studying; you can record your voice saying the text that you typed in first. If you use Quizlet, you can download sets that you made onto voice cards. On Voice Cards, you can combine sets if you want to study for two things at once. Voice Cards are easy to create and are easy to use.  You just go to the menu and can study with an old set or create a new set. The only downside to voice cards, is that when you are in a room full of noisy people, you will hear them when you’re recording. When using Voice Cards, you might need to use headphones. Voice Cards is a very helpful app!

The app Voice Cards

Photo made by Grace