Memorión Features

Memorión is the ultimate flashcard program based on an advanced spaced-repetition-algorithm, 10 to 50 times more efficient than traditional paper flash cards.

Use Memorión when you want to be serious about flashcard learning, really love your cards and edit/reorganize them on the go.
If you have any comments, suggestions or issues, just use Memorion@gmx.net.

• Built-in  flash cards in English, German, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Italian, Brazilian, Swedish, Danish, Norwegean, Russian, Polish, Turkish, Hindi, Nepali, Swahili, Chinese, each with ~700 words, >180 combinations
• True multi-directional learning
• Millions of card stacks from Quizlet, StudyStack, and SuperMemo
• 14 different charts to document your learning progress and to predict future workload
• Awards to keep you motivated
• Import PalmOS SuperMemo and AnyMemo databases fully
• Import cards from MS Word or Excel
Fully integrated dictionaries from the Open Dictionary API Alliance (Pons, SlovoEd, etc.)
• Support for Google Translate, Pons and Leo online, ColorDict, dict.cc and 100+ other dictionaries from Langenscheidt, VOX etc.
• Up to 8 text fields per card (to use for gender, examples, extra images, web links etc.)
• Wizards for image searches, photos, audio recording and translations
• Color-coding of genders
Whiteboard, keyboard and audio-recording to self-check your answers
• Math display via LaTeX
Text-To-Speech
• 'Undo' last answer
• 3 user modes help you to progress from an easy start to the fully featured program
• Designed for large databases (I have >20 000 cards in mine), with multi-level sub-categories
• Equal or similar cards are linked, with mutual updating
• Functions to reorganize stacks and cards
• Card searching, filtering, and sorting
• Optimized gestures for single-handed use, to repeat cards while walking
• Dozens of gestures for power-users (faster access, more functions)
• Context sensitive help on every page, cross-linked help pages on many topics

1 comment:

  1. A Great App. It takes some time to get used to it but then it is convincing.

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