There are two kinds of apps that have been build and rebuilt since personal computers first emerged: Recipe card apps and flash card apps. However, the free Evernote Peek for iPad is the first one that I would consider cool. Its 2.0 update adds support for 14 languages, organizes study notesbooks into stacks and brings content from third parties like Martha Stewart Publications, 7×7 Magazine (a magazine about San Francisco) and study guides by by Magoosh, Membean and Brainscape.
Peek 2.0 Gets Quizzes from Martha Stewart, 7×7 and More. Plus, Improved Organization and New Language Support
I took it for a spin and found it delivered exactly what it promises: Lift the first segment of the iPad 2’s Smartcover to see a question. Lift it a bit more to see the correct answer. Close the flap and go to the next question. You can see a bit of this as well as the notebook organization in the screenshots below.
If you would like to know how to create your own Evernote Peek notebooks, check out Evernote’s support item linked below.