The top study app for flashcards, languages, and learning, at the fingertips for free. Quizlet is introduced on mobile and web as study application that allows students for gathering information and learning via fun games and tools. Its popularity in the United States is exceeding gradually as its mostly used by college and high school students. It was created by ‘Andrew Sutherland’ in October 2005 and released to the public in 17th January 2007, via headquarters based in California and San Francisco. Quizlet trains students via flashcards and various games and tests to capture knowledge and enhance Personal growth. Planning for important national or regional exams, studying for an upcoming test in school or are you learning new concepts then Quizlet’s learning app can help you learn with brilliant and quick methods. Quizlet has over 200 million user-generated flashcard sets and more than 30M+ active users worldwide. It now ranks among the top 50 websites in the U.S.
Quizlet was recognized by SimilarWeb as a fastest growing learning site. It works on study based patterns following brilliant methods of knowledge and education to simplify for its users to understand and analyze, a simplifying tool for anyone to learn anything in various languages and patterns. As known for memorization tool, Quizlet lets registered users work as per their own needs and comfort, as it’s purely user-friendly interface, working under several study modes. It has several modes like Flashcards, Gravity, Learn, Long-term Learning, Speller, Match etc and etc.
Download Quizlet v 1.5.3 for Android.
- Make sure your device is connected to a Wifi nearby or has internet connectivity.
- Download Quizlet from on your preferred web browser.
- Go to Settings on your phone and switch to the “general” tab, if needed. Tap on the “Security” option. Tick the checkbox next to the “Unknown Sources” option.
- Confirm the warning message by tapping on “OK”.
- Now you can use Quizlet on your Android device.