This is where the pre-downloaded lists are at or where the lists are that you downloaded from the Catalog.
7.) Sharing the set of flash cards (called boards in this app) is almost as easy as well. Click the “Share” icon in the upper right corner of the app and provided you are logged into Facebook as well the board automatically appears in the Catalog. The Facebook integration kind of bugged me at first, but then I read some more about this app and the folks at Grasshopper Apps are already working on the ability to create new user accounts without Facebook and they claim that this is coming “very soon.” Then a few seconds after uploaded the board, I checked in the Catalog and searched for the title of my board. It was there waiting for me and the students in first grade, or anyone with an iPad and this app, can download and use it. Absolutely amazing!
I would encourage everyone out there to download and try out this app. It’s free so its not like you are out a dollar or two. Who knows, you might just figure out a way to integrate this into your classroom/school/district.
P.S. I was not paid or encouraged to write this post about Bitboard. I am so excited about the potential this app has to transform education that I had to share. Thanks for reading!