Friendly, intelligent flash cards.
Remembering things just became much easier.
Anki is a program which makes remembering things easy. Because it's a lot more efficient than traditional study methods, you can either greatly decrease your time spent studying, or greatly increase the amount you learn.
Anyone who needs to remember things in their daily life can benefit from Anki. Since it is
content-agnostic and supports images, audio, videos and scientific markup (via LaTeX), the possibilities
Use the free AnkiWeb synchronization service to keep your cards in sync across multiple devices.
From card layout to review timing, Anki has a wealth of options for you to customize.
Embed audio clips, images, videos and scientific markup on your cards, with precise control over how it's shown.
Anki will handle decks of 100,000+ cards with no problems.
There are a large number of add-ons available.
Because the code and storage format is open, your important data is safe.
"No other application [...] comes remotely close to Anki in terms of the number and power of features, flexibility in study, or implementation of spaced repetition."K. M. Lawson
"I've been using Anki for two years now, and I just wanted to thank you personally for contributing to the single most obvious improvement in my quality of life. I'm not being hyperbolic: consistent use of Anki has opened more doors for me intellectually than I could have imagined two years ago. And being a poor student, I'll be forever grateful that you've provided this software open-source and free of charge."Keldin, via email
"Uses a fantastic algorithm to help you keep a wealth of knowledge in your working memory for long periods of time."JsilSasQuach
Choose a platform from the left.
The toolkit Anki uses has a bug that causes big slowdowns with Thai text. If you're experiencing this or other issues, please try the alternate version instead.
Internet Explorer 9+, Windows 8+, and Norton Antivirus users: these products may display scary warning messages when new Anki versions are released, because they have not seen people previously downloading the new version. This "helpful" behaviour can be worked around:
Anki is not available on Windows RT, as the libraries Anki was built with do not support that platform. That means that the Surface 1 and Surface 2 will not be able to install Anki, but any other surface including the Surface 3 and all Surface Pro models will run Anki natively. If you can't install Anki, you will still be able to use AnkiWeb.
Not sure which to pick? Run 'uname -a' in a terminal and look for x86_64 - if you see it, you want the 64 bit build.
Once downloaded, the following commands in a terminal window will install it system-wide. The $ is the prompt character, and shouldn't be typed in. Make sure what you're entering in matches the file you downloaded.
$ tar xjf Downloads/anki-2.0.43-amd64.tar.bz2 $ cd anki-2.0.43 $ sudo make install
Gnome users: to get GTK themes working, please see this page.
If you experience any issues with the compiled package, please click Support up the top and let us know.
Anki is also available in Fedora, and can be installed with 'sudo yum install anki'. It may not always be up to date.
To install the development version, either grab a tarball from my GitHub page, or install Git and then run the following command:
$ git clone git://github.com/dae/anki.git
Then please read README.development for further instructions.
The development version may be unstable. Unless you are actively working on Anki, please use the latest stable tarball instead.
AnkiWeb can be used with almost any mobile with net access. It is optimized for low bandwidth so you won't have high data bills. You can learn more by signing up for an account and then locating the simple study link.
Anki 2 can be run with Simple Debian. Please see this forum thread for more info.
You can also review with AnkiWeb.
No offline client for Anki is available, but you can review with AnkiWeb.
There is an old Palm program called "Anki" that has no relation to this project.