Cisco CCNA Flash Card mobile app released for Android; A+ app updated for all platforms

April 10, 2012 at 3:42 pm | Posted in Kaplan IT Training news, Study hints | 3 Comments
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Following the success of the TranscenderFlash CompTIA A+ flash card app, we’ve rolled out our first Cisco CCNA flash card study app (640-822, ICND Part 1). For now the app is only available on the Android platform, but we’ll be rolling out an iTunes release next month. Update: you can download the app from the Android marketplace or iTunes.


Amazon (Android):

The app is 100% free of cost and free of ads. Here’s what you get:

  • Hundreds of questions covering all exam objectives for 640-822 CISCO ICND Part 1
  • Ability to sort flash cards by exam objective
  • Simple and intuitive flash card interface
  • Easy self-grading, answer history tracking, and session saving
  • Correctly answered flash cards are removed to focus on trouble areas
  • Post your success to Facebook

To those of you who tried out and commented on our A+ app: we listened! We have completely redesigned the A+ flash card interface, and used the new interface for the CCNA app. Now both apps let you select which objective you’d like to study, rather than taking you through the entire pool of questions starting with the first objective. If you have the old A+ app, upload the revision now. Here’s some screen caps to show you how both apps behave:

CCNA flash card objectives screen

CCNA individual flash card

Download the app today, and let us know what you think!


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  1. Love the App! Is there going to be an ICND Part 2?

  2. URL Not found on this server: Google Play : (opens an FB page on my android.)

    • Oops – sorry about that, and thanks for the heads-up! You can download the app from iTunes or from the Amazon App Store. I updated the links in the post.

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