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  1. Anki is a program which makes remembering things easy. Because it's a lot more efficient than traditional study methods, you can either greatly decrease your time spent studying, or greatly increase the amount you learn.

    Best ways to study for initial CFI oral. about about 14 hours ago

    Anki is a smart flashcard manager that helps you make the most out of your study time.
  2. A powerful document manager for Mac, Windows, and Linux for managing web content, books, and notes and supports tagging, annotation, highlighting and keeps track of your reading progress.

    Show HN: Lurnby, a tool for better learning, is now open source about 3 months ago:

    Https://getpolarized.io/ seems like it's in the same space - it's a product I wanted to love, but was a bit clunky to use and didn't end up sticking in my workflow.
  3. Duolingo is a free language learning app for iOS, Windows and Android devices. The app makes learning a new language fun by breaking learning into small lessons where you can earn points and move up through the levels. Read more about Duolingo.

    Redeeming duolingo question about 16 days ago

    If you log in to your account duolingo.com first and then click the link, it lets you apply the promo code to your regular accout.
  4. Quizlet allows you to review and create flashcards for a variety of subjects, such as math and reading.

    Are there any free mobile learning resources you'd suggest? about 16 days ago

    You could go to quizlet.com or similar and look for html/css.
  5. Cram is an app for Android, Windows and Apple devices that allows you to search for flashcards in a range of topics to study for an upcoming test or to learn new information. Read more about Cram.

    Jewels of Wisdom about 2 months ago

    I like anki a ton, but sometimes after I've finished learning a deck or want a little extra practice I like to use games. There is this game on cram.com called Jewels of Wisdom. It's a pretty fun candy crush like (although I've never played candy crush) game where in order to match jewels together you have to match the correct front with the correct back of the card. It's basically a matching game mixed with a...