AnkiMobile Flashcards

AnkiMobile Flashcards

By Ankitects Pty Ltd

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2010-05-27
  • Current Version: 2.0.43
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 24.32 MB
  • Developer: Ankitects Pty Ltd
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.1 or later.
Score: 4
4
From 966 Ratings

Description

AnkiMobile is a mobile companion to Anki, a powerful, intelligent flashcard program that is free, multi-platform, and open-source. Sales of this app support the development of both the computer and mobile version, which is why the app is priced as a computer application. AnkiMobile offers some features not found in other flashcard apps: - A free cloud synchronization service that lets you keep your card content synchronized across multiple mobile and computer devices. This makes it easy to add content on a computer and then study it on your mobile, easily keep your study progress current between an iPhone and iPad, and so on. - The same proven scheduling algorithm that the computer version of Anki uses, which reminds you of material as you're about to forget it. - A flexible interface designed for smooth and efficient study. You can set up AnkiMobile to perform different actions when you tap or swipe on various parts of the screen, and control which actions appear on the tool buttons. - Comprehensive graphs and statistics about your studies. - Support for large card decks - even 100,000+ cards. - If your cards use images or audio clips, the media is stored on your device, so you can study without an internet connection. - A powerful search facility that allows you to find cards that match criteria such as 'tagged high priority, answered in the last ten days and not containing the following words', and automatically place them into a deck to study. - Support for displaying mathematical equations that were added with LaTeX in the desktop software, and ruby text above Asian languages. Please note that AnkiMobile is currently intended as a companion to the computer version of Anki, rather than a complete replacement for it. While AnkiMobile is able to display your cards in the same way the computer version does, certain changes like modifying note types need to be done with the computer software. For this reason, please familiarize yourself with the computer version of Anki before you think about buying this app. Please also note that while you can use almost any language on your cards, AnkiMobile's user interface is only available in English at the moment. Aside from the cloud synchronization service, AnkiMobile also supports copying decks to and from your device via the USB cable and iTunes. Like all apps, AnkiMobile can be purchased once and then used on multiple devices in a household using the same Apple ID. Family sharing is also supported. For information on bulk discounts for educational institutions, please see http://www.apple.com/itunes/education/ For more information on AnkiMobile, including a link to the online manual, please have a look at the support page: http://ankisrs.net/docs/AnkiMobile.html If you have any questions or want to report an issue, please let us know on our support site and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.

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Reviews

  • Add the NIGHT MODE

    4
    By Demven
    And Apple watch support. I'd like to get some flashcards during a day in my wrist and answer them. Many thanks for your work, the app is great.
  • Useful app for Anki on the go

    2
    By mkeroles
    This app is useful for reviewing cards on the go. The one thing that is limiting me from creating cards using the app for iOS is that there is no way to indent text when making a card. Please add this feature
  • Great app, has syncing issues

    4
    By J Kangaroo
    I love this app and use it all the time for studying. However, it doesn’t sync well between devices. If I study everything on my iPhone for example and have it synced to the app on my iPad, the iPad will still say I have to study everything even after I press the synchronize button. This needs fixing. The issue has only been from the iPhone to other devices. When I study the cards on my computer and iPad everting syncs fine.
  • Best flashcards for language learning

    5
    By christina^_^•~_~•+_+
    I was skeptical about paying for the Anki flash card mobile app, but wow these flashcards are really amazing. I started using them to learn languages and downloaded a sample deck from the Fluent Forever website. Using that template, it has been so easy to create cards with images and sounds to supercharge my language learning. And having the flashcard app on my phone makes it easy to study anywhere. Thanks Anki team!!
  • Android Version is so much better!

    2
    By MMBlessing
    First time I used Anki was the free Android app (AnkiDroid). Loved it, used it for months, successfully passed that round of board exams. Would have gladly paid for it. I switched to using an iPhone and iPad (AnkiMobile, a different app, > $20), and it’s driving me crazy. Unlike the Android version, you can’t easily review all of your cards. If only they had two study settings: “review all” for quickly going through all cards in the days leading up to a test, and “long term memory” for the algorithms they’ve determined work best for solidifying information. There are ways around it, but all are a pain and not easy to use as their support website acknowledges. Would gladly pay for the app to have both options at my fingertips. AnkiMobile is not worth the money.
  • Great App, needs improvements

    3
    By connernoland
    I am currently using this app for school. It is a great concept and has helped me learn a lot of information quickly. However, I do have a few suggestions: 1) I would really enjoy the ability to add subjects into folders. For example, after I am tested on a set of subjects I would like to be able to place them in an “old tests” folder. That way it is off of my main screen and reduces clutter. 2) It would be nice to have the option to create collaborative decks. Sharing a deck with a friend is possible, but it does not automatically update across all devices when cards are added. Even when you synchronize the cards, it only updates to the one account, not all accounts the deck has been shared with. 3) It is not possible to reset a deck on the iPad app. You have to go into the computer app to reset a study schedule. 4) I have not been able to share just one deck at a time. When I share something, it shares all of my decks. It also replaces the collection of the person I share the decks with. Just one subject at a time would be nice. 5) it would be nice to have more themes. A black mode would be nice in order to minimize blue light exposure. For $25 it seems like there would be a little more customization available.
  • Poor customer service

    1
    By sghiassi
    App lacks the the ability to use Flashcards more traditionally. I submitted a support request to customize my features and was told, “if that’s what you want there are other apps to suit your needs...” which is true, but I paid for this one and after creating hundreds of cards, instead of explaining how to only repeat the cards I’m getting wrong, Damien is basically telling me to get lost.
  • Revolutionized how I learned

    5
    By Shawn21099
    Can’t help but give total credit to my learning in medical school to this app. Extremely helpful with its spaced repetitions and I can’t believe how well it’s timing helps me remember things LONG TERM. I would honestly pay hundreds of dollars for this considering how much it helps me and how little it actually is compared to my med school tuition.
  • Best Flashcard App, but...

    3
    By Rockstar12137
    I have been using Anki’s desktop and browser version to help get me through med school. I’ve tried quizlet, study blue, and a couple other less known flashcard apps that just didn’t have the flexibility that Anki has. Anki may be simple looking in its aesthetics, but it’s a lot more powerful than the competition. You can add virtually anything (audio, media, text, etc) to a flash card, can study at your own pace, and review your progress. With its spaced repetition programming, it has everything you need and more in a flash card application. So why the three stars? Two reasons: the price and the inability to choose which decks to download. 1. The Web and desktop versions are free. Although I have no qualms in supporting the developers by buying this app, the price is a little steep for an otherwise free product. 2. On Anki you make a profile, and all of your decks, progress, etc are synced to that profile. When you download the app, not only do you sync to your profile, but every card of every deck that is linked to your profile is then downloaded onto your phone. You can’t choose which decks you want to download, so you’re stuck with three choices, none of which are optimal. Either you delete decks as to not overwhelm the hard drive on your phone, create a new account and go through the process of exporting data daily from one account to another just to keep up with the progress you’ve made on a deck, or be consigned to the fact that you’re just going to have to make room for the multiple gigabytes of data that come along with having an Anki account. As a whole, I give Anki 5 stars, but this app falls short of the type of flexibility I’ve come to expect from the developers of Anki.
  • Best app

    5
    By Joseph s..
    This is the best app I’ve ever purchased and worth every penny. It’s made studying exponentially easier because I can review my flash cards anywhere: while sitting at my desk, riding the subway, sitting on the couch, etc. It works exactly as it is supposed to and I have never experienced a technical issue.

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