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Most coders learn the craft by doing: writing code. But whenever you CAN’T code (standing in line at the post office, stuck in a boring meeting), you CAN use Brainscape to get better at coding...WITHOUT actually coding.

Save yourself time you’d waste on Googling these Git commands: Brainscape’s smart flashcard system will burn these them into your brain

Enjoy the app, and let us know how we can improve it.


What’s New

Version 3.20180228

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

Bug fixes and content updates

Ratings and Reviews

3.7 out of 5
38 Ratings

38 Ratings

lukedeux ,

As advertised

To start this app WILL ask you to create an account, I don't see any issue with this but if you do this may not be the app for you. If it doesn't bother you, the account creation process is relatively quick and painless!

The app itself is easy to navigate, well designed and built with no real glitches of note (so far).

The flash cards could be more helpful -- giving more in depth examples would be a definite help -- but at the same time I would expect that anyone who's actually interested in learning is taking their own steps to apply what they learn through this app.

This is not a total learning app, it's a flash card app and as such it's pretty good.

aaig ,

Great way to learn!

I always heard flashcards were a great way to learn. I just never took the time to create any or even look at flashcards, because I did not want to carry index cards are pull them out. I am on my phone all the time and going through flashcards is a good use of time.

007 Benny ,

Out of touch devs

At least let me see if the app is worth the effort of signing up before forcing it on me.

Especially with all the data leaks, who wants their data in yet another random server with who knows what security policy? And Facebook has no need to know anything about other apps I use.

The whole setup just strikes me as the devs being totally out of touch with their target audience for this kind of app.

Also kind of ironic that you can’t use github to authenticate.

App Privacy

The developer, Brainscape, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.


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