I am head Duolingo liker at RPS. It isn’t a perfect app (it has more yucky ads now than ever before) but it can help greatly if you’re learning a language. But I’ve recently discovered another toy by the same people. Tinycards is a flashcards app that let’s you make your own “decks” of study cards and share them with people. That’s good for learning verbs, sure. But it’s also one of my new favourite games to play in idle moments. I laze about and shuffle through decks about sharks, leaves, dinosaurs, hieroglyphs, national flags, and chess moves. It’s basically a treasure trove of pocket trivia.
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