iReview is a tool to help you memorize important information, using the model of "flashcards" or index cards, with a question on the front and an answer on the back.
You can add drawings on the front and back of cards.
iReview lets you enter any number of cards, organized into card sets, and review them. It also provides a random mode to show the cards in random order.
You can send a card set via email or Airdrop, and open an iReview card set email attachment that was sent to you.
iReview includes some sample built-in card sets.
Updated for iOS's dark mode ("Smart Invert").
Ratings and Reviews
Practical but ugly
The app itself is good. You can draw diagrams or type terms onto the front a backside of the notecards. The interface is simple and MOSTLY intuitive. BUT the design is just ugly and looks really unrefined. You can draw on the front and backside of notecards but the lines don’t look solid and smooth. It’s more dotted and it almost has a ancient feeling to it because the lines you draw... you can basically see every pixel if you know what I mean (it’s like looking at a monitor from 2005 or something), which irks me a lot because it makes it look unappealing. Great app but the design needs to go a LONG way.
Every time I select "new" index card, the program shuts down.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.