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Best spaced repetition apps

1.Memrise

Varies by plan
Memrise is a course site dedicated to help people learn languages and vocabulary quick and effectively. If offers an app for Android and iOS devices to allow you to follow the courses wherever you are.
  • Website:https://www.memrise.com/
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  • Rachel Burton

    by Rachel Burton

    It gives general tips and techniques to learn languages. Some work better than others depending on which one is been learned.

  • gitaarfreakoriginal null

    by gitaarfreakoriginal null

    It automatically tests in both directions. ("Q: Red A: Rojo" also becomes "Q: Rojo A: Red). This is helpful for simply learning list of words but make More

2.Quizlet

with in-app purchases

Quizlet is a useful app and website for learning. You can create your own flashcards in order to make your study session more manageable. Quizlet also allows you to share your flashcards with friends and other online users.

  • Website:https://quizlet.com/
  • Age rating:4+

  • Category:Games,Education,Educational,Word

  • Publisher:Quizlet Inc

  • Size:100.39 MB

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  • Bobby Davis

    by Bobby Davis

    I downloaded this app to help my son learn his numbers and letters. You can set up flash cards at timed intervals and let your child, or yourself, learn at your own pace. Easily share you card design with friends who also have the app. A great learni More

3.AnkiDroid Flashcards

Free download
AnkiDroid Flashcards is a mobile app that lets you create memorization flashcards of any kind. You can sincronize it with your PC.
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  • Robert Keller

    by Robert Keller

    AnkiDroid Flashcards is just like studying with flashcards, only with your phone or PC. Its great for studying and memorization and doesn't waste all the paper. Recommended.

4.Recall

with in-app purchases

Recall is a flashcards app developed by Gavin Douch for iOS devices. The app allows users to memorize cards repeatedly for learning vocabulary on foreign languages and more. Recall also allows users to share their flashcards with others.

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  • Gavin Douch null

    by Gavin Douch null

    It uses the spaced repetition technique, it's free, and it allows you to test in both directions, so that the question and answer switch (eg. Q: Hello A: Hola can also be Q: Hola A: Hello)

5.VocApp

with in-app purchases

VocApp is an app for learning foreign languages such as Chinese, German, Spanish, and English. This app uses flashcards for improving the vocabulary skills. It also serves as a translator app by typing a word. 

  • Website:https://vocapp.com/
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  • Giorgio Pinellini

    by Giorgio Pinellini

    You can create your own flashcards or learn from plenty of contents. There are also a lot of professional course, created by mother tongue linguist. I recommend VocApp beacuse flashcards are funny and effective.

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