There is no app available at the Google Play Store or the App Store, but you can add an icon to your home screen to get the same full-screen, native-app experience. Here's how:
Here's a quick guide to get you started.
Repeating and active recall are key to memorizing. To avoid forgetting, don't quit.
Tip #1: For optimal experience, create cards on a Mac or PC where you have keyboard input, and memorize them on a smartphone or a tablet where you can handwrite.
Tip #2: Review "Cards for review" first, and memorize "New cards" only if you have more time. This way you can avoid being overloaded with "Cards for review".
You can always download cards you have created from the card list screen and edit them with Excel or your favorite editor. When re-importing, specify the card ID column so that the cards get replaced instead of being newly created.
You can create cards in your own account and share it with another person as follows.
A deck that has once been added to My Decks will remain even if "Public" is later unchecked. If you don't want to share the deck with anybody else, go back to your account and uncheck "Public".
All cards are created with markup text called GitHub flavored Markdown . (Don't worry, if all you want is normal text, just enter that normally.) The markup for links and images are:
All cards start as "New cards" and go into the memorizing state when you start memorizing them.
Each day, you may see a different number of "Cards for review". These are cards you are about to forget unless they are reviewed.
Do the "Cards for review" first, and gradually learn "New cards" when you have time. This will let you avoid being overloaded with cards due for review.
To disable a card you already know or don't want to memorize, take one of the following two actions:
A disabled card can be enabled again by pressing the button in the card list screen。
Yes! You can receive notifications on the Chrome browser on a Mac, Windows, or an Android device. From the top right menu, select Settings and set the notification settings for cards due. You will then start receiving notifications on that device at the time set, on days when there are cards due for review.
Flags are general-purpose markers you can place on each card. An example usage is when you have a need to do something like the following when studying/reviewing cards: