Wow! Flashcard Touch, the iPhone App (App Store link) featuring Quizlet developed by Agilis Labs using the Quizlet API, has rocketed to unimagined popularity since we wrote about their free March promotion on Monday.
How popular? The app is currently the top free education app in the iTunes App Store, but more importantly, it's the 15th most popular free app across all categories - this puts it ahead of Facebook's app, Pandora Radio, Skype, Google Mobile... top 10, here we come!
While we'd like to think there were 100,000 Quizlet users just waiting to study their Quizlet flashcards on the iPhone for free, the credit really goes to the guys at Agilis Lab, Ken and Jin, for coming up with a simple, usable app that leveraged our API really nicely. Great job guys... go Flashcard Touch!
So if you haven't downloaded Flashcard Touch yet, go download it - its free for the whole month of March. If you like the app, you can thank Agilis Lab by writing a 5-star review for the app in the App Store.
And for all you developers out there - take a look at what you can do with the Quizlet API (more features like private set downloading are coming soon) - you get access to millions of existing flashcard sets, not to mention that over 800,000 Quizlet users are always looking for more and better ways to study.