CardDroid Math Flashcards


5 stars (from an app rating) Best math practice! This has given my daughter the confidence she needed.
– Heather (a CardDroid Math customer)

CardDroid Math by WhitneyApps is flash cards done right. It helps kids learn math facts in a customizable, fun, interactive way. And it’s completely ad-free (unlike most free apps) so your child isn’t exposed to who-knows-what products.

Speed and confidence on your schedule: Imagine your child learning in the car, in the grocery store line, or at their brother or sister’s baseball game.  With CardDroid Math on your phone or tablet, your child can gain speed and confidence in math in just a few minutes a day.

New in version 2.7: Animated perfect game screens (one with a micro-game) and reports to help you track progress.

Looks great on HD tablets and phones – supports new high-def tablets including the Amazon Kindle Fire HD, NOOK HD, Nexus 7, Nexus 10, Samsung Galaxy Tab, Galaxy Note, and many more.

Button to get the app on Google PlayButton to get the app on the Amazon AppstoreButton to get the app at the NOOK Apps Store


Easy to Use:

  • CardDroid-Math-Launcher-Icon-114x114Choose addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, or mix two.
  • Built-in problem sets for all ages from preschool through elementary school math facts
  • Tap to choose from recently used problem sets – great for multiple kids with different needs
  • Built-in history reports let you track accuracy, speed, problem areas & active practice time


  • device-2011-12-26-142412-croppedCustomize problem sets for your child’s learning needs (focus on 3×1, 3×2… or “doubles only” like 1+1, 2+2… etc.)
  • Choose sounds: encouraging kids’ voices, electric guitar, harp, or musical tones for feedback
  • Mix it up with seven different color schemes (see screenshots below)
  • Optional timer display & time limits for working on speed


  • Earn stars for correct answers
  • Interactive, animated “Perfect Screens”
  • Fun colors & sounds

Good for Them:

  • Help kids practice for math standards exams
  • NO ADS! – Does not expose kids to advertising like some apps

But you don’t have to take our word for it. Read the reviews! Over 90,000 sold here and in other app stores.
WhitneyApps tests CardDroid Math with a number of children to maximize learning + your suggestions are welcome.

Get CardDroid Math for 99 cents today to start building skill and confidence:

Button to buy the app on Google PlayButton to get the app on the Amazon AppstoreGet the app on the NOOK Apps Shop


Poppable balloons on a "perfect game" reward display device-2012-12-16-020128-n7-no-status



  • Darren (5 years)

    Would like this app for Apple too. any chance you will do that?

  • Steve (5 years)

    Hi, Darren!

    Thanks for writing. We’re furiously learning iOS development right now. There are a couple of apps in the pipeline, but if there’s a need for CardDroid Math (and a market), we could possibly do it later in 2012. Of course, we’d have to change the name. Apple’s not too fond of the little green Android 🙂

    If there are specific things that you like about CardDroid Math that you’d like to see on iPhone/iPad, please email us at so we can put them on the future possibilties list.

    Thanks again for writing, Darren.

    Take care,

    Steve @ WhitneyApps

  • Angela (5 years)

    Would be helpful to track incorrect guesses. Using timed tests for our daughter and discovered she was just hitting buttons until she got it right. Defeats the purpose. Final status screen showing score is great, would help if it just indicated how many times they had incorrect answer. Otherwise, love it. Better than real flashcards.

  • Steve (5 years)

    Hi Angela,

    Thanks for writing! I understand the situation you’re describing. My kids did that until I added the stars, score-keeping, and the perfect game rainbow/applause. Lately, I’ve been thinking about ways to detect the “press any button” thing. Do you think showing the number of incorrect guesses would motivate your daughter? Any other ideas about what might motivate her? I’ll definitely add your idea to the suggestions list, and I’ll continue to work on ways to discourage random guessing. If you think of anything else, please drop us a line at or leave another message here.

    Take care,

    Steve @ WhitneyApps

  • […] CardDroid Math. This is a simple math facts practice app for Android devices. Nothing fancy, just math problems that children can do and self-check their work. Fully customizable problem sets: start with simple addition up to 10, and end with double-digit multiplication. You can even set a time limit, and challenge the (older) child try to improve against himself in math facts speed. […]

  • ROZ WIGGINS (4 years)

    Great App! My third grader loves it and I can program it to be as specific as he needs. We downloaded it onto his Kindle Fire but wish I could also put it onto our MACBook Pro. Do you make a Mac appellation? You should.

  • Steve (4 years)

    Hi Roz,

    I’m very happy to hear CardDroid Math is working for your 3rd grader! (My 2nd and 4th graders use it too.)

    Would you be willing to leave a review on the Amazon Appstore? They make a big difference to us. Here’s the link:

    We’re in the process of moving into multiplatform development. One of our options supports Mac so we’ll consider that in the future. (I’m typing this on a MacBook Pro myself 🙂

    Thanks for writing!

    Steve @ WhitneyApps

  • Lori (4 years)

    Have u developed this yet for ipads. What is it called?

  • Steve (4 years)

    Hi Lori,

    Thanks for asking! We haven’t expanded this app to iPad yet, but we do have an email list where we’ll let you know about coming apps and app updates. You can join the list at (It’s powered by MailChimp and there will be NO SPAM.)

    Take care,
    Steve @ WhitneyApps

  • LaToya (3 years)

    Love the app, especially the added common core features

  • Steve (3 years)

    Thanks, LaToya! I’m glad it’s working for you. Please let me know if you have suggestions for improving it.

    Take care,

    Steve @ WhitneyApps

  • Peter (3 years)

    I would pay for this on iOS

  • Steve (3 years)

    Hi, Peter!
    Thanks for the feedback. I’m moving into multi-platform apps this spring and should have something for iOS soon. Would you mid sharing with me what you like about CardDroid Math Flashcards? I will have to prioritize apps and features and it would help to know what you’re looking for that you’ve had trouble finding in the App Store.
    Take care,
    Steve @ WhitneyApps

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