Many years ago I unleashed FlashGreek into the world. Since then it has enjoyed a lot of success on the iOS app store. As the only multimedia flashcard app out there, it continues to be a go-to for many students learning New Testament Greek, with great ratings and reviews.
I’m now happy to announce that FlashGreek 2.0 has been officially released on the iOS AppStore, with a new Android version to come sometime in the first quarter of 2019. Here are a couple of things to look forward to in this latest version:
FlashGreek was an entire rewrite of the app in native code. What this means is faster performance. But I wasn’t about to charge existing users more for the upgrade.
Try Before you Buy!
Previous users know that I had a FlashGreek PRO version which contained all of the bells and whistles, and versions tailored to specific intro Greek grammars. Going forward there are only 3 versions of FlashGreek:
FlashGreek PRO which contains all features and is compatible with all 12 compatible grammars
FlashGreek LITE allows you to try the app before making the choice to purchase, allowing you to upgrade to the PRO version, or unlock the vocabulary for a compatible textbook (see the list of 12 grammars on the FlashGreek page)
Refreshed User Interface
Users will notice right away the refreshed look to the app. In addition to the new icons, the layout is more intuitive and not as dark as the previous versions.
Compatible with Constantine Campbell's Reading Biblical Greek
Constantine Campbell has a great introductory Greek textbook, and now users of that text can study their vocabulary in FlashGreek.
Compatible with Köstenberger, Merkle, and Plummer's Going Deeper with New Testament Greek
A wonderful new addition to the intermediate grammars available is Köstenberger, Merkle, and Plummer's Going Deeper with New Testament Greek. Users of FlashGreek PRO can now continue to use the app as they move into intermediate studies.
Compatible with my Biblical Greek Made Simple
And of course I couldn’t leave out my own Greek textbook that was just recently released!
Further Tailor Your Quiz, and Study While Driving
A feature frequently requested is the ability to exclude words that have been answered correctly often by the user. One of the new features allows for the exclusion of words that have been answered correctly a set number of times.
Slideshow mode has always been part of FlashGreek, but can now be turned on loop, enabling you to study while on commute by using the audio to play through.
There are a few other goodies, but these are the main things. Please help me spread the word!