Navdeep Bains, creator of MacDICT and Mail Beacon, has released Cram Session, a customizable flash card/memorization tool that supports unlimited stacks.
Made with the REALbasic environment from
Real Software, Cram Session is a study tool that emulates conventional flash card sets. You can set it up to test for the standard two-word setup, but it also allows the questions to be full-fledged sentences.
It features an unlimited number of flash card sets. Questions can be presented in ascending, descending or random order. Cram Session can test for both “sides of the card” (the question or the answer) and can test for multiple flash card sets at the same time. Bains has included a couple of example subjects with the application: elements & symbols; states & capitols; Seinfeld trivia; and multiplication tables
Cram Session costs US$6.50 shareware. A demo version is available that expires after 30 trial uses. More information is available at the
product Web site. It’s available in Mac OS 8/9 and Mac OS X versions.