FlashGreek: Mounce edition 4+

NT Greek Multimedia Flashcards

Danny Zacharias

Designed for iPad

    • 4.8 • 449 Ratings
    • $5.99
    • Offers In-App Purchases



The Evolution of the Flashcard — FlashGreek: Mounce Edition!

From the makers of PαrsεGrεεk & FlαshGrεεk Pro — Multimedia Flashcards for learning New Testament Greek, designed to be compatible with William Mounce's Basics of Biblical Greek (2010).

The flashcards are keyed to the chapters of the textbook and include the following:
- image/mnemonics
- audio for both sides of the card (Erasmian pronunciation)
- a contextual example for all forms

Tailor quizzes to your needs, including as much or as little of the extra content as you want. Or sit back and study in slideshow mode ! Either way, you'll be acing those vocab tests in no time.

BEFORE YOU BUY - consider whether you need flashcards beyond your first year of Greek. If so, then we recommend purchasing FlashGreek Pro, as it it contains ALL words in the Greek New Testament AND is keyed to Mounce's intro grammar. FlashGreek Pro allows you also to study by frequency or root, and to drill yourself on Principal Parts too.

*Disclaimer 1* I am in no way associated with the publisher nor the author of the grammar. This is not an official companion app - it is simply compatible with the text.
**Disclaimer 2** I have tried my darndest to be entirely accurate with the vocabulary lists according to chapters in the textbook. But mistakes do happen— my apologies if there are any. Please be responsible and check these flashcards against your textbook to ensure accuracy. If there are errors, please let us know and they will be fixed.
***Disclaimer 3*** The meanings in these flashcards derive from the awesome ©Accordance Bible Software, and sometimes particular authors view some words slightly differently. In most cases the differences are minor and inconsequential - but again, be responsible and check them against your textbook.

What’s New

Version 3.1

Version 3 of FlashGreek: Mounce edition is Here!
The latest version of FlashGreek Mounce edition features a major update to the User Interface and User Experience. For an overview of the new interface, please see this video: https://youtu.be/KwCYHjBPvuc
- landscape mode for iPad is now available
- Compatibility with Dana Harris's "An Introduction to Biblical Greek Grammar"

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
449 Ratings

449 Ratings

Mikey Nukey ,

Very Good app

Started out with a serious crash problem, but the developer worked with me and fixed it very quickly. So, this is an updated review.

This is a really good app that allows you to do vocabulary from a number of modern texts. Definitely worth the upgrade to pro!

I have two suggestions for improvement: (a) I would love it if you can just swipe back-and-forth on the card when you’re learning it, and (b) I would like to see paradigms such as the definite article as an option for the flashcards.

Developer Response ,

Hi Miley Nukey - I am working on a fix and am working on an update. If you see this please email me your iPhone model and iOS version

DC Teknia ,

Good not Great

The main bonus with this app is that it’s an app and available anywhere you take your phone. I use it exclusively to memorize vocabulary words from Bill Mounce’s 4th edition New Testament Greek. I find it mildly annoying that the definition on the app don’t always mirror the definitions found on the back of his flash cards or in the book. Sometimes word definitions are added or omitted, which is frustrating when you are trying to memorize precise definitions for a test. The other issue I found is that the words aren’t always pronounced accurately. For instance, when the app says Pneuma, which is the greek word for spirit, it does not pronounce the P. Mounce clearly states there are no silent letters in Greek. This makes me question other pronunciations, so I cant proceed with as much confidence as I should when using the app. So I use it, but only when the flash cards are not available.

kaderan ,

Good app missing some features

Great app, but there a couple things that I really would like to see a couple of features: (1) the ability to break up larger sets of words into smaller adjustable subsets for memory work. I like to memorise new words in groups of 10 (my brain is too old to start with the 20 or 30 word sets that are generated by the typical chapter) and (2) the ability to flip back to see the Greek word once I have flipped to see the English gloss. Currently you can’t flip back and forth and before selecting correct/incorrect. I’m a new user, so if I have somehow missed this functionality please correct me. The ability to control set size (other than when using the word frequency panel to filter down, which I find kludgey) would be huge for me.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for your rating and review. I hope in the new year to add the feature to flip back or “repeat” the current card.
There isn’t currently a way to limit to 10, though I like the idea and will consider it for future. In the meantime, you can narrow to word types to reduce size of quizzes, as well as used the “more options” in the quiz settings and remove words that you’ve already answered correctly.
Again, thanks for your helpful suggestions!

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