My newly created Android app is now up in the Play Store.
It's a flash card app that functions as you might expect, except that it creates a spreadsheet in your Google Drive for you to enter your flash cards so you can use a real keyboard to type them in. Tabs/sheets in the spreadsheet turn into card sets and rows in the sheets turn into cards.
I made this because I wanted a flash card app but find it frustrating to type on a touch screen. I considered allowing users to upload a file and have the app download it or copy data via USB, but that seems annoying to do. The obvious option would be to have a server running a simple card editor webapp, but that means users creating/managing accounts and having to store all that data. It turns out Google Drive Spreadsheets already does all that though and makes for a perfect personal database. So, I made Cartes use Google's handy flash card editor storage system and now users get a nice interface that they're already used to and free storage for the data. #googledrive #android #education