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I search a FlashCard application and online service.

Required Features:

  • learning cards with android app, even if offline
  • adding cards with android app, even if offline
  • web page where I can learn with browser
  • exporting the cards I created.

Things I already tried:

  • Anki: AFAIK there is no web page where I can learn with browser.
  • OrangeOrApple Flashcards: http://orangeorapple.com/Flashcards/
  • studyblue: AFAIK you can't add new cards if you offline (android app)
  • Anki does have a web app: Anki web – Tymric Sep 29 '17 at 11:21
  • @Tymric is it possible to learn with Anki via web? Up to now I thought the web interface is very limited and you are not able to learn via web. – guettli Oct 2 '17 at 12:06
  • According to their about page, reviewing is possible, but it's limited to text-only cards. Quote: "AnkiWeb can be used to review online when you don't have access to your home computer, [...] While it is possible to create basic text-only cards and review them using only AnkiWeb, to download shared decks, take advantage of multimedia features and so on, you will need to use the free computer version as well." – Tymric Oct 2 '17 at 12:34
  • @Tymric I tried Anki several months ago on an ubuntu PC. It was way too complicated. Too many features, not easy to use. – guettli Oct 17 '17 at 10:24
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I tried some other flash card applications, and now I use Anki again.

I use the web and the android version.

Installing the desktop version fails on Ubuntu 17.04. But web and android is enough for me.

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