Revised set of applications like the web and phone. Of the less nice looking and less comfortable was Quizlet and Tinycards. Both apps are quite convenient for simple repetition of words without any system. With paper cards, it is possible to make a calendar of repetitions and you can group cards as you like depending on whether I remembered the word or not, it's easy to flip from the deck to the deck. (Leitner System
). Need the same functionality, and preferably in the mobile app, at least on the PC.
In the mentioned application has the ability to create the deck of cards and is a function of too much of these decks. But...they do not have the ability to throw words into a different deck that needs to be repeated, for example once a week.
I'm not understand how to work with applications in which you can loop the card.
Inconveniences occur when every day you need to add for example to 30 and interval to repeat them together with the already added. The result is that after 30 days in the presence of already 900 words and it is unclear now as to repeat them...some words need to be repeated after 2-3 days, some a week, some in 2, etc. is Unclear as to track. And repeat each time in 900 words is not reasonable and not effective, not to mention a large amount of time spent on repetition. And every day cards will be more and more. But with interval repetition on the system, a large number of cards to be repeated roughly once a month.
offline, you can safely shift cards from one pile to another.
In General, tell me from your experience how to learn words with interval repetitions with apps on mob. or PC. You know there is another powerful app Anki, it's kind of like more all thought, and is a kind of interval repetitions, at least with each iteration, not all words are displayed, and those which were learned...But Anki wildly old, terribly uncomfortable and besides, there is adequate mobile app (on IOS especially...20$ worth)