AnkiMobile Flashcards

AnkiMobile Flashcards

Category: Education
Version: 2.0.87
Adult Rating: 4+
Filesize: 34.59 MB
Developer: Ankitects Pty Ltd
Compatibility:   iOS 13.4 +.
Score: 4.11707
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AnkiMobile Flashcards 2.0.87 IPA. AnkiMobile Flashcards for iPhone/iPad. AnkiMobile Flashcards latest version free download. Download AnkiMobile Flashcards 2.0.87 for iPhone/iPad by Ankitects Pty Ltd directly from Apple Appstore. This app version requires iOS 4+ to be able to install and run.

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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 was written by the lead developer of Anki and AnkiWeb, and it has been around since 2010. Beware other apps using "Anki" in their name that have sprung up recently - they are not compatible with the rest of the Anki ecosystem, and they offer far fewer features. Some of AnkiMobile's features include: - 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 with MathJax, and rendering LaTeX created with the computer version. - Support for adding images drawn with the Apple Pencil to your cards. 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 and schedule your cards in the same way the computer version does, certain changes like modifying note types need to be done with the computer software. Add-ons are not supported, so while you can study image occlusion cards created with the computer version, they can not be created within AnkiMobile. For this reason, please start with the computer version of Anki before you think about buying this app. The cloud synchronization service is optional, and data can also be imported/exported from the app via a USB cable or AirDrop. 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 Apple's Volume Purchase Program. For more information on AnkiMobile, including a link to the online manual, please have a look at the support page: 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.


  • Best study tool in existence

    By Mr Skinny Beans
    Well worth this price if you plan to study in the long term. If not, the desktop version more than suffices
  • Worse Interface and Not User Friendly

    By lspndmflc
    Don’t waste $25 and just go with Quizlet. Somehow a flash card app doesn’t have a randomize or shuffle feature im baffled. What’s the point of it being free in computer then scam people $25 on mobile. The interface was made by drones I wasted 30 min looking for a randomize function and somehow found out it doesn’t exist well done on sucking $25 from my heart.
  • Best Flashcard System Available

    By Dorordian
    I know that a $20 price tag seems a little daunting for a mobile app, but I guarantee you that you will get your money back tenfold in the value of this app. When it comes to memorization systems, there is no better app than Anki. Aki uses spaced repetition and a flashcards system to help users memorize information for long-term. I use this app for medical school all the time, it is the gold standard for memorizing topics. Not to mention, this app syncs perfectly with the desktop version of Anki. If you are already an Anki user I highly recommend that you purchase this app both to support the developers and so that you have access to a great mobile Anki experience.
  • Too difficult to make decks on mobile

    By frustrated gaijin
    As a language Japanese learner, I’ve found this app extremely difficult to use. I rely on my phone to make flash cards and it’s basically impossible to make my own vocab or grammar decks that match up to what I’m learning in my irl classes. The shared decks I’ve tried are all to unfocused or not right for what I need and the learning curve to make your own using only a phone is waaaay too high. It’s disappointing as I wanted to support the original app (that I also stupidly paid for, I really wish I could get a refund) but now I see why the knockoff AnkiApp is more popular, as it’s really simple to make a basic deck. Maybe it’s better for other kinds of study, but really I can’t recommend this for language learning unless you have a lot of time to dump into learning how to use it and you also want to make cards on your computer and then sync them to your phone.
  • Garbage app that doesn’t work

    By Dr. Murican
    Absolutely horrific interface. I have never regretted purchasing an app until this one. It was literally unusable for me. It’s like it was designed in 1994 and nobody bothered to update it since. Charging money for this should be illegal. Horrible horrible horrible.
  • Marcelo Contente

    By Menor 🇺🇸
    This anki mobile for iPhone has no way to download the audios, the configuration is ridiculous, how am I going to record audios if I don't know the pronunciation? It looks like Google translate, my Anki droid you have the audio option in the settings, in addition to being free
  • Way too complicated

    By Brandxx
    If I needed to spend more time learning an entirely new system of studying, instead of actually putting energy into learning the subject that I’m learning, then I suppose this app would be fine. But I wanted to find a flash card app that could replace iFlash (which was fantastic up until it stopped working due to lack of updates from the developer), and could be used on both desktop app format and on the phone. This is incredibly frustrating and simply doesn’t work with my way of studying. Not worth the money, and not worth the time and effort.
  • Despite my hesitation worth the price

    By Orthocopter
    Along with paid tutoring and free online resources I am using Anki to help learn Chinese. I have been using the desktop application since I started; about 9 months now. I have resisted purchasing the app for the longest time now due to the daunting price tag.
    However, lately I find myself more mobile with less time to sit down and dedicate a solid chunk of time to studying. So I finally took the plunge and made the purchase.
    I have only been using it for a few days so far but already I think it was a good purchase. First of all, I have relied heavily on the desktop application for a long time now and I don’t mind supporting the developers. Beyond that though, I think it is actually a good app. 
    I have had no issues with synchronization, which is important to me because I still create cards on my computer. And syncing study progress from the phone to the computer has been fine as well. 
    It ported my css layout and audio media files as well which was important. 
    I haven’t experimented with all of the features yet but I saw they built in a scratchpad feature to let you practice your writing. I think that will be useful when I want to practice my writing (I need to get a stylus first). 
    Overall I am satisfied with the app. Again, I do think the price seems a bit high, but it depends what you’re using this for whether the price justifies it. To me, I think this app has and will continue to speed up and strengthen my language learning and that makes it worth it.
  • Cards missing now?

    By insipidlight
    Maybe there’s something I need to fix, but now all my decks are gone both here and on Ankiweb? Or maybe my account was deactivated for inactivity? I think I have an old backup & my goal was to start fresh but… this is not ok.
    “Full sync” one-way only with no indication before pressing that button is really bad design.
  • Pretty good

    By jdohn15
    I love the anki ecosystem. For school this is a must if you have an iPhone or iPad, along with a laptop to use the actual app. If you consistently use anki, get the app. I do wish however the scratchpad for when using an iPad could be snapped to the left or right of the screen, instead of only the bottom. It would eliminate the need for using another app to draw while you study. Also some different colors would be cool but I can’t ask for too much. 
    Although it is slower than drawing directly in the app. I think even implementing excali draw would be cool. 
    Also since this app is so expensive, I feel like a dedicated suggestion setting somewhere in the menu would be cool so I don’t have to write a review to make a suggestion.


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