AnkiApp is a precision tool for mobile flashcard study. Download flashcards on any topic. Study on all your devices. Tracks progress and syncs automatically.
AnkiApp comes free with a variety of language and geography flashcards to get you started. Get 75+ million more via integrations with Cram.com and Quizlet.com, or create your own flashcards (learn how).
All free, all within one app.
AnkiApp gives you flashcards to study in bite-sized amounts, so you can make meaningful progress in only 1 minute. Perfect for waiting in line or when commuting.
It prioritizes your flashcards automatically based on historical performance, so you spend time efficiently.
Other flashcard apps tell you when to study, ignoring your schedule; AnkiApp's algorithm is specifically designed to accomodate your schedule, by showing your most important cards, at whatever time you study.
Cross-platform support means you can use AnkiApp on all your devices. Have an iPhone and an Android tablet? No problem—AnkiApp will work on both.
What's more, AnkiApp's seamless sync technology keeps all your devices up-to-date with your progress, automatically. Sync never results in a conflict requiring manual intervention.
For times when a full keyboard is useful, you can use AnkiApp from your laptop via Safari or Google Chrome.
We've released a major update every month since launch. When you buy AnkiApp, you get the app as it stands, and receive these updates—at no additional charge.
We continually add new features and refine existing ones, to make AnkiApp the best mobile learning tool on the market. Customers can submit feature requests and suggestions for improvement via email.
Spaced repetition refers to studying a concept with increasingly longer gaps between study as you learn the concept better. This is a common approach in learning systems, for instance Pimsleur MethodTM.
What makes AnkiApp unique is its proprietary prioritization algorithm which has you study flashcards you know least well, without wasting your time on flashcards you've learned, or telling you when you must study.
Members of our team have worked in research in Princeton University's Department of Psychology, performed fMRI (brain scan) research on the neurological effects of repeated exposure to stimuli, published in the Journal of Neuroscience, and produced educational software used world-wide.
On top of this formal experience, we bring our own personal experiences learning with flashcards, to make AnkiApp simple and user-friendly.
AnkiApp is available world-wide for purchase, except where prohibited by U.S. law.
AnkiApp has a complete Chinese translation on all supported platforms, with more in the works. Email us to request a translation.