Inside Quizlet

Meet the new Quizlet

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Yes! If you’re reading this, you’re on Quizlet and seeing that things are looking a little… different around here. The new Quizlet offers a complete visual redesign including a modern logo; bright, fresh colors; and a new mobile user interface. We’ve redesigned our apps from the bottom up, making it easier, faster, and more fun to study what you want to study, in the way that’s most effective for you.

What was the inspiration behind the changes? Ten years ago, Quizlet launched as a desktop-only learning tool, and as we’ve grown, we’ve added iOS and Android apps, as well as support for mobile web. Over time, we accumulated different (and sometimes inconsistent) styles. And, we felt like our design and colors were a little tired, and didn’t represent the lively and engaging nature of Quizlet. The opportunity to start this school year with a clean slate and make a beautiful, consistent experience no matter what platform you’re on, was too big to pass up. So, without further ado, we're excited to share with you:

Our new logo and app icon

We wanted our new main color and logo to be approachable and distinctive. Our new "Q" feels more modern and readable, and we hope that you enjoy our new app icon on your homescreen as much as we do.

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Our iOS and Android apps

If you haven't already downloaded our apps, today is a great day to do that — they're all new (and also the easiest way to study on the go, or when you don't have Internet access). Download our iOS app here, and our Android app here.

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Our updated homepage

Our new homepage highlights the amazing range of subjects people are studying on Quizlet, everything from foreign language vocabulary to organic chemistry to movie trivia.

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What's up next

We’ve already made some big changes to our desktop site, and more are coming are over the next few weeks (including some requested updates to Quizlet Live). The same beautiful user interface our mobile apps have will be added to our website in the coming months. When we’re done, no matter what platform you’re studying on, you’ll have a consistent experience on our service. Here’s a sneak peek at what you can expect to see.





As a reminder, while we've made a lot of design improvements, we haven't changed anything about your content. When you sign in, all of your classes, folders, and study sets will be right where you left them — they’ll just look a lot better than the last time you saw them (and a lot better than Quizlet did when I first started working on it ten years ago).

We're excited for another year of studying and learning together, and as always, we welcome your feedback. I, and the rest of the Quizlet team, can’t wait to hear what you think!