Just Announced: Free Greek and Hebrew Flashcard App

Greek Flashcard App

We’re pleased to bring you a new app for Android and iOSFlashcards for Greek and Hebrew. It’s a powerful new tool for students of Scripture: whether you’re studying for a test or preaching through Ruth, the app will help you master precisely the words you need to learn, wherever you go.

When you sign in with your Logos account, Flashcards for Greek and Hebrew syncs your word-lists documents right to the app—if you have existing word lists, they’ll be automatically imported.

So, how do I create word lists?

It’s easy:

1. On your desktop, click the Documents menu in Logos.

2. Select Word List from the column on the left.

3. Rename your new word list at the top of the newly opened window.

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4. Click the Add button, and select which resource you’d like to add lemmas from. (In this case, we’ll choose the Lexham Hebrew–English Interlinear Bible.)

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5. In the Reference field, type the reference or range you’d like to pull in lemmas from. (We’ll be using Ruth.)

6. Logos generates a word list of all the lemmas in Ruth from the LHB! Now it’ll be available automatically in your Flashcards for Greek and Hebrew app.

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All your word lists sync in the cloud, so you can study the original languages wherever you are.

Get original-language resources with Logos 5

This app works seamlessly alongside Logos 5. If you’re going to use it to further your understanding of Greek and Hebrew, you’ll need the right sources—the original-language texts we’ve mentioned here are included in Logos 5 base packages from Bronze up. Get a Logos 5 base package (Bronze or higher) to start taking advantage of all that this app has to offer!

Learn wherever you go—download the free Flashcards for Greek and Hebrew for iOS or Android today.

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7 Responses to “Just Announced: Free Greek and Hebrew Flashcard App”

  1. Karl Jones April 1, 2014 at 1:00 am #

    There are lots of vocab lists created for Logos 3, including the BBG and BBH.
    They are available here: https://www.logos.com/training/vocabularylists
    Instructions for importing them to Logos 5 are here: http://community.logos.com/forums/t/65693.aspx

    It’s great to have a flashcard app for thee files.
    Will there be an iPad version? Perhaps some way of selecting cards, i.e. by chapter?

    thanks
    karl

  2. Thomas Zimmermann April 1, 2014 at 1:46 am #

    Genius! :-)

    For my MA BTS at Knox I need to learn Hebrew and Greek, and since all of that courses are Logos based I can now have an integrated vocabulary trainer!

    Thanks! A lot!

  3. Dan Laskowski April 1, 2014 at 6:41 pm #

    Loaded it up and a few comments:

    1. need a way to eliminate high frequency words like “kai”
    2. it would be great to see BDAG definitions on the flip side
    3. I would like more choices than “missed” or “got it”

    Specifically: try “nailed it” “hesitated”, “had to think a bit” and “no clue” where “nailed it” goes to the back of the list, “hesitated” goes to the middle, “had to think” goes about 1/4 back and “no clue” goes third from the top in the list. That way the list sorts itself and keeps the ones you don’t know at the top of the pile coming back and back and back.

    It would be nice to have the list remember such things from session to session too — that way new lists will sort intelligently and make more sense for learning!

    • Jonathan Watson April 7, 2014 at 10:11 am #

      Thanks for the feedback, Dan! Regarding #1, when creating word lists in your desktop software, you can sort by frequency, then remove any row(s) you don’t want to appear in your flashcard deck (kai, gar, etc.).

      Hope this helps!

  4. Chuck April 3, 2014 at 11:11 am #

    When are you going to stop ignoring Windows Phone? :-(

  5. Andrew Felts June 21, 2014 at 11:26 am #

    Is there a way to have the definitions of the vocabulary link to a lexicon on logos such as HALOT or BDAG?

  6. Joe G August 27, 2014 at 11:22 am #

    Windows Phone? It’s not that hard. At least provide interfaces so others can do the UI.

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