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Anki Alternatives – 9 Similar Learning Apps You Need To Know

Anki Quizlet Memrise RemNote StudyStack Mochi Brainscape iDoRecall Memorion The Mnemosyne Project
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    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.
    Pricing:
    • Open Source
    Mochi also proves to be a suitable alternative due to its good compatibility with the popular flashcard app Anki. It’s easy to import your Anki decks into Mochi, so you can immediately use all shared Anki decks in Mochi.

    #Studying #Flash Cards #Spaced Repetition 844 social mentions

  2. Quizlet allows you to review and create flashcards for a variety of subjects, such as math and reading.
    Quizlet has a free version that includes all of the above learning modes. There is also a premium version with Quizlet Plus, which offers even more features. For example, you can add pictures and audio to the cards only with the paid Quizlet plan.

    #Studying #Language Learning #Education 95 social mentions

  3. Learn a new language with games, humorous chatbots and over 30,000 native speaker videos.
    Similar to Anki, Memrise relies on spaced repetition – however, not exclusively with flashcards, but with different learning modes, such as quizzes. The core elements of Memrise courses are the videos, which immerse you in real everyday situations with “locals”. In this way, you learn truly authentic language from native speakers.

    #Language Learning #Studying #Spaced Repetition 42 social mentions

  4. All-in-One Tool For Thinking & Learning
    RemNote was developed by Anki users who found the “Question ➡️ Answer” format too one-dimensional. Instead of squeezing the required knowledge into “Question ➡️ Answer” blocks, you can use RemNote to present it the way it is structured in your brain.

    #Studying #Education #Flash Cards 13 social mentions

  5. Learn studystack with free interactive flashcards. Choose from 255 different sets of studystack flashcards on Quizlet.
    StudyStack also focuses more on playful elements. By its own claims, the app is for “serious fun learning.” Thus, the different learning modes also provide different response feedback: sometimes time is measured, then points are counted, and other times there is a simple success message.

    #Studying #Education #Spaced Repetition

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    Write notes and flashcards with Markdown and study them with spaced repetition.
    Mochi also proves to be a suitable alternative due to its good compatibility with the popular flashcard app Anki. It’s easy to import your Anki decks into Mochi, so you can immediately use all shared Anki decks in Mochi.

    #Studying #Education #Flash Cards 48 social mentions

  7. Find, create, and study SMART FLASHCARDS on any device. DOUBLE your learning speed using the most effective study system on the planet. Keep all your content in sync across Brainscape's website and your Android devices.
    Where does Brainscape actually differ then? Besides the modern design, Brainscape offers a better way to share decks with others and work together on the same version. With Anki, you can share your decks and use others, but everyone has their own copy and the shared decks aren’t really linked.

    #Studying #Education #Flash Cards 3 social mentions

  8. Spaced-repetition flashcards linked to the facts and concepts in your learning materials that you want to remember. If you struggle with recalling an answer, your source content will open at the exact relevant location.

    #Studying #Flash Cards #Spaced Repetition

  9. Memorión is the ultimate flashcard program based on an advanced spaced-repetition-algorithm, 10 to 50 times more efficient than traditional paper flash cards.
    Memorion is an Android-only app for learning flashcards. Unlike many other apps in this list, it is completely free AND ad-free. Since there is no big company behind it, the app is of course a bit simpler and slimmer but still offers many great features:

    #Studying #Flash Cards #Spaced Repetition

  10. Mnemosyne (named for the Greek goddess of memory, Mnemosyne) is spaced repetition software...
    Pricing:
    • Open Source
    The last app in this list is again one that you can use completely for free. Mnemosyne (named after the Greek goddess of memory) is a simple flashcard app that is currently available for desktop devices as well as Android.

    #Studying #Spaced Repetition #Education 15 social mentions

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