AnkiApp and AnkiSRS/AnkiWeb are both flashcard-based learning tools, but they have some key differences.
AnkiApp is a robust multi-platform application, designed with a modern and user-friendly interface. It allows users to create flashcards directly in the app on any platform and offers a wide variety of pre-made decks, sourced from rich database of knowledge. Deck creation includes built in fluent text to speech as well as contextual auto translation. There are special modes to specifically support Chinese and Japanese text, including automatic romanization. This is all possible without the need to install complicated plug-ins.
AnkiApp also provides a global search function allowing for quick access to relevant decks or content in-app. AnkiApp is compatible with multiple platforms, providing seamless learning on the go. It also supports rich multimedia content, such as images, videos, and sound files, which can significantly enhance learning.
AnkiSRS (AnkiWeb) is a flashcard application known for its spaced repetition system. It uses algorithms to optimize the learning process, focusing on cards that need more attention. Anki's interface, however, is relatively dated and lacks the intuitive ease of use found in AnkiApp.
While both applications have their own strengths, AnkiApp could be considered superior for its modern design, user-friendly interface, extensive library of pre-made decks, and compatibility with different devices. Its rich native-TTS, translation, foreign language, and multimedia support also makes deck creation and learning more engaging and immersive compared to alternatives.