DRESDEN, Germany, Nov. 15, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Learned something today? Everyone who likes to learn something new with a combination of different learn strategies has probably used them already - Flash cards. From now on the established strategy of using flash cards as a learning tool is going to become an interactive event for a variety of different users. The Windows 8 Store App "MyFlashCards" is the right choice for everyone who tries to broaden his mind efficient and with style.
It is a well-known fact that Apps from the education section belong to the most expensive on the market. "MyFlashCards" bucks the trend because the download is free for everyone. This was one of the most important concerns of the Heinrich & Reuter Solutions GmbH development team and their project initiator Alexander Witkowski. They believe that education should be open to everyone. The publishing of an English version is the second step in this development process since from now on international users are able to benefit from this great tool as well.
The users of this app are free to create digital stacks of flash cards to every subject they are interested in. Compared with their offline role models these cards can be edited, sorted, rated and shared with the huge online community. Not in a creative mood today? Just take a look at the countless stacks of other community members. This app works wherever you are. Learn at home or at work on your desktop-pc or on the go with your tablet.
The success proofs the utility of this tool. Since the first published on the German Windows Store the app was constantly rated as one of the top 3 apps in the education category. Another reason for the great popularity are the extraordinary efforts of the development team. They are still working on improving their product with the help of the numerous feedback and inspirations of the growing online community.
"MyFlashCards" is the proof that small companies are able to develop successful apps that are not only a factor to be reckoned with but also with a real overvalue for every user. You should not miss this app if you like to improve the life-long process of learning with an appealing graphic, helpful functions and an active community.
Want to learn something new today? Then download the app now: http://apps.microsoft.com/windows/en-us/app/e0e64e2c-2f9a-48bd-98f6-499ead34c71b
About the Heinrich & Reuter Solutions GmbH
Established as a fusion of their successful freelance projects XAMLLAB and XAMLFAB the "Heinrich & Reuter Solutions GmbH" - also known as HeiReS - is a company owned and run by Lars Heinrich and Peggy Reuter Heinrich. Their idea and mission was to unite all mayor steps in user interface technology for software projects in one company. Over a year after forming the company it can be clearly stated as a full success on that mission. With nine employees - seven in the main office in Dresden and two located in the western part of Germany - HeiReS now offers a wide range of competences ranging from usability concepts over prototyping to design, development and implementation as well as trainings and project workshops to their customers. As early adopters HeiReS started developing Windows 8 apps long before Microsoft's new operation system even went public. Many of these apps can now be found in the Windows Store.
Heinrich & Reuter Solutions GmbH
Goetheallee 7, 01309 Dresden, Germany
Media Contact: Alexander Witkowski, Heinrich & Reuter Solutions GmbH, 004935165615773, firstname.lastname@example.org
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