Top critical review
Not that useful.
on 31 March 2014
First the good, the flash cards are useful but tatty and you have to cut them out yourself.
The sticky labels would be more useful if they were arranged in some kind of order that you didn't need to go looking for the ones referred to in the passages.
The text has been written in an awkward fashion without any clear indication as to what the exercises are and many illustrations seem to be irrelevant to the text or exercise on the page. The words at the foot of the page have no relevance to the exercises having been just put there in alphabetical order.
In general I found that I needed to spend 10 minutes just figuring out what an exercise was about, the mixture of hebrew and english being more confusing than useful.
Finally the software, at first pleasant to look at but quickly became boring. On a Mac poorly written, instead of a title one is faced with 'Flash player' we really don't need to know that flash player was used to write the program or display the exercises. Then the title page, pride of place in the centre just takes you to the writers names etc. something that only needed to take a minor position on the page. Finally full screen does not stay full, it reverts to minimum size as soon as another exercise is chosen. Very poor.
Not worth the money. I gave it three stars only not to be too unkind. Needs more work.
Better go for TALK NOW, now there's a much better program, professionally presented, nicely graded exercises. I use that nearly every day.