mkanki VS mnemosyne

Compare mkanki vs mnemosyne and see what are their differences.


Generate Anki decks. Supports cloze models and adding media. (by nornagon)


Mnemosyne: efficient learning with powerful digital flash-cards. (by mnemosyne-proj)
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mkanki mnemosyne
51 7
4 276
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0.0 6.6
over 1 year ago about 1 month ago
JavaScript C
GNU Affero General Public License v3.0 GNU General Public License v3.0 or later
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Posts with mentions or reviews of mkanki. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-09-07.
  • New to anki | 2021-09-07
  • Based of your own personal experience- Can I as a person who only speaks one language fluently learn multiple Languages at once or is this a silly idea? I want to learn other languages alongside the one im already learning
    It is possible languages that do no share roots. You also need to create a different environment for studying each language. I am studying Korean and Chinese st the same time. And even though they share the some words and the Characters they are essentially separate languages because Standard Mandarin was "redesigned" to be closer to English Grammer while Korean and Japanese follow "closer" to ancient Chinese. Due to the way I am studying each language, I almost never get confused. I will caveat this with I had been studying Korean for 7 to 8 months before starting Standard Mandarin so I had a foundation that was somewhat solid. I am using Mandarin Blueprint and Anki for Mandarin and for Korean LingQ, Memrise, Anki and supplementing it with Talk to Me in Korean.
  • Note Cards/Index Cards/Memory Cards for studying | 2021-09-07
    If its flashcards you're looking for download Anki. The PC version has more options than mobile. Though the learning curve is a bit steep.
  • Any good resources for remembering different cable types? | 2021-09-06
  • How do you guys study and prepare for midterms/exams? | 2021-09-06
    I recommend this app called Anki that does flashcards and the spaced repetition for you :)
  • Can anyone give helpful tips on how to remember or the most important things to remember about muscle physiology?
    Ask your lecturer/teacher what you need to remember, then go to r/medicalschoolanki for advice on how to use Anki, don't waste your time with any other app that promises you the world and charges you money.
  • Beginner study plan?
    For vocab revision, I use Anki - I have a general vocab list and a verbs one, because Greek verbs are hell and I need all the extra help I can get!
  • How do you practice vocabulary? | 2021-08-30
  • Studenti i učenici Bredita, kako učite? | 2021-08-30
  • TheFrenchDentiste's INBDE Prep Deck
    Download Anki for desktop (link)


Posts with mentions or reviews of mnemosyne. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-09-27.
  • Are Flashcards useful
    See also:
  • Quizlet Alternatives?
    Maybe mnemosyne. You’re probably looking for someone who uses something like this but I just looked at a few from the awesome site and this one looks nice.
  • Quizlet
    Mnemosyne ((A)GPL+ extra provision)
  • Want to Remember Everything You'll Ever Learn? Surrender to This Algorithm | 2021-08-16
  • Motivation from an average student and what I learned after 6 years | 2021-08-14
    So i registered to sit for level 3 in May of 2020 (HAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHA) and began studying in November of 2019 just because I knew that I was kind of slow and that it would take me longer to understand most concepts compared to the above average folk and those that just seem to get it after reading through the content once (envy you!). I studied 2 hours everyday up until mid March when CFAI postponed the exams to December. I really didn't have too much time to dwell on it because I had gotten activated with the Guard and was doing wicked ish (see first image) in NYC. I began studying again in July of 2020, hopeful that I'd be able to sit that December and be done. Fast forward now mid October the exams in NYC get postponed again to May of 2021. Like many of you, the idea of starting/stopping and ramping back up my studying was a burden. With COVID numbers improving in the state of NY and the rollout of CBT, I felt pretty confident the exams would finally take place. So I buckled down again beginning in January, again using MM and CFAI. I also did all blue box and EOC questions. I found a digital flashcard tool which was unbelievably helpful. I did all of CFAI and MM mocks, focusing on how to answer the essay questions. I found MM videos super helpful in describing key words to look in the questions so you know how to construct your response. I sat for the exam and like most times walking out of the testing center, I did not feel too good about my performance. But I had to keep in mind that I was really only focusing on the 2 or 3 questions that completely stumped me, compared to the sections that I felt I did well in.
  • Hello, world! I'm Al Sweigart, author of "Automate the Boring Stuff with Python" and several other programming books. AMA! | 2021-07-28
    3) I like to write down notes on paper. I usually fold a paper in half so I have two long columns. Writing forces me to slow down and actually think about what I'm studying. I don't really tend to look at the papers later. Flash cards help (there's a nice open source program called Mnemosyne to help with that.
  • SRS web app for teachers/classrooms | 2021-06-28
    I guess that there are simpler public implementations of the original sm2 algorithm. Maybe Mnemosyne?

What are some alternatives?

When comparing mkanki and mnemosyne you can also consider the following projects:

anki - Anki for desktop computers

Anki-Android - AnkiDroid: Anki flashcards on Android. Your secret trick to achieve superhuman information retention.

anki-manual - Anki's manual

Joplin - Joplin - an open source note taking and to-do application with synchronization capabilities for Windows, macOS, Linux, Android and iOS. Forum:

ReeePlayer - Anki-like app for spaced repetition of video clips

KBOS - Tired of your bluetooth headphones pairing with a computer you thought was asleep ? This fixes that