Ah-mazing! Yes, you have to make your own content. No, that's not a bad thing. Easy to use, really good interface, and syncs perfectly with ankiweb. My only wish is that you could unsuspend cards in mass. My dream would be if the Japanese support addon could come on here. But for what it is, it's really good at it. The ability to study my flashcards anywhere is phenomenal.
Perfect ui design, intuitive, reliable and simple but full of features I'm totally happy with this app. It could be an instructive example in the literature how to combine features and usability. I use it for 3 years now everyday for learning japanese, english and other study related things, and I can not imagine learning without it. Same for the desktop application.
Completely unclear interface Completely unclear and non-intuitive interface. Looking for analog
Have I missed something ? I read a lot of good things about this app so I wanted to use it to practice my chinese with flash cards. There is very little content and the only stuff I got has some errors in it / poor quality. I assume I'll have to continue my search for a great chinese flashcards app.
Great when you know how it works I haven't had any issues but I can see how it can be confusing for some. The UI definitely needs to be cleaner and a built in way to get shared decks would be very beneficial
Wonderful App Something of a must-have app. Takes a bit of getting used but there's plenty of guidance online should you need it. Great way to learn something new or cement knowledge.
Add card cycling in previewer (similar to desktop client)
Add option to hide 'minutes left' in reviewer
Fix language from app setting not always being used
Fix not being able to play back new sound recording
Fix potential crash on Android 2.3 (Gingerbread)
Improved use of horizontal space when resizing large images
Minor adjustment to black theme colors