Anki

Anki



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friendly, intelligent flashcards Anki is a customizable flashcards program that helps you with learning vocabulary, studying for exams, brushing up on your geography knowledge and much more. The program provides access to a large library of free flashcards (called `Decks`) on a wide range of topics, and you can also create your own decks to help you study pretty much any topic you want. The possibilities are virtually endless, you can create simple, text based flashcards or include audio/video, images and even scientific markup. Anki uses an intelligent training method (based on SuperMemo SM2 algorithm) that lets configure how much and how long you want to study each day, and automatically selects cards based on your learning progress. Other features include support for shared decks, synchronization with portable devices (iPhone/Touch, Android, cell phones etc.) and other computers, statistical graphs, customizable study schedules, and much more. You can find shared decks on the Anki site and import them to get started. Copyright Snapfiles.com

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PublisherDamien Elmes (Open Source)Price Free
Version2.1.41  historyLast updatedMar 08, 2021
File Size25.2 Mb RequirementsNone

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Flash card-tastic5 starsby busybusy Sep 05, 2018 (Read all my 230 reviews)
I looked at this product a while ago and found it really useful to test my knowledge on different deck topics as well as my own decks. But now it is multi-platform and include iOSAndroid as well. I am glad to be revisiting this project because now I can take my decks with me. They provide synchronization services to keep your cards in sync across multiple devices. This is going to be a blast finding out new ways to use this program. Thanks to Damien for putting this out there and making it open source. showReview details
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