StudyStack data can be exported to the third party programs listed below. If you would like to be able to download
to another program, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
is a free flashcard app for Android devices. Import stacks from within the app by searching for keywords or usernames. The built-in Tutor method automatically shows you cards you get wrong more often, and as you get them right it moves on to new cards you have not seen yet. You can view your flashcards in a searchable list for an overview, or to easily compare cards to each other. Use it as a portable, searchable dictionary of your vocab words!
is a free flashcard app for Android phones
developed by gWhiz Mobile.
The ability to download your sets from studystack requires you to purchase a $0.99 upgrade inside the app.
Once installed on your phone, you can Add sets from studystack after entering a studystack username. Any sets created by the user name entered or
starred as a favorite will be listed. gFlash+ has lots of settings that you can adjust to change the way in which
your cards are displayed. You can choose between multiple choice, single sided, and you can organize your cards in boxes similar to studystack's correct/incorrect/remaining boxes.
is a free beta flashcard viewer for Android phones
developed by Marcin Oczeretko.
Once installed on your phone, you can browse the StudyStack categories or you can get a list of the stacks that you've created or
starred as a favorite.
Selecting a stack downloads the stack to your phone's local database from which you can then study. It's simple to review your cards by just swiping your finger across the screen.
If you already have Kaka Flashcards on your phone, scan this QR code to download this stack.
is an inexpensive flashcard app for Android phones.
Once installed on your phone, you can use POP quiz to search for stacks by category or access any public stacks that you created or ones that you have
starred as a favorite.
From POP quiz's Quiz Builder screen, press the MENU key and then select Import QB. After selecting StudyStack.com as your Import Source, you'll be able to enter your StudyStack username to access your stacks or to search for stacks in a particular category.
Stacks Flashcard for Android devices allows you to import flashcard sets from StudyStack or create sets on your phone or tablet. The app is free but does display ads. This is one of the newest flashcard apps out there and the developer is actively adding new features. Stats let you easily see which cards you most frequently mark wrong.
is a complete flashcard application
for Android and iPhone/iPod touch devices created by GabySoft. Using the app, you can create your own flashcards, use any of the several built in sets, or download sets from studystack and other flashcard sites. There are two versions of the app: a free Lite version and the inexpensive full-featured version. You can find the Android version of Quizard by searching for 'Quizard' in the Android Market on your phone.
The Quizard iOS apps are available at:
Quizard - GabySoft
StudyME is a simple flashcard display tool for devices supporting Java/J2ME which includes many cellphones. First download StudyME and install it on to your cellphone using the procedure specific for your phone and carrier. Once installed, use the program's "Download" command to retrieve any of the data
stored at StudyStack.com. To retrieve this dataset, enter Stack ID: 2903666.
If your cellphone cannot access the internet to download data, but you can install .jar and .jad files to your phone using a cable, infrared or bluetooth connection, then you can use the button below to download a .jad file that contains the data for the current stack.
Attention developers: If you would like to integrate data from StudyStack's database into
your application, please send an email to
your intended use.