Anki's shared backend and web components, and the Qt frontend
Did you look at the official Anki website? In the Download section, in the iPhone/Android tab, they have links to the mobile versions. Make sure you've already made an account on Ankiweb so you're backing up your Anki cards to the cloud and can sync between mobile and your desktop version. Note that many Anki add-ons only work with the desktop version, and not on mobile, but don't worry -- you won't mess up your cards by reviewing them on mobile.
AnkiDroid: Anki flashcards on Android. Your secret trick to achieve superhuman information retention.
Update: looks like recently some other people are having issues installing Ankidroid well, due to some recent Google Play update from this month. See this thread . Here's the dev's description of the issue.
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