ANKI Flash Card program
Mobile and web versions for using created ANKI decks
There are free Android apps and pay-for iOS apps. In addition, ANKI decks can be uploaded to the web for use on any digital device that supports a web browser.
ANKI Web: https://apps.ankiweb.net/
ANKI for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ichi2.anki
(Android 13 does not support Ankidroid but, whilst they are working on a fix, it is possible to become a beta / alpha tester or download an apk file. Details here: https://github.com/ankidroid/Anki-Android/issues/13797)
ANKI for iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/ca/app/ankimobile-flashcards/id373493387?mt=8 This costs about $25.
ANKIApp Flashcards: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/ankiapp-flashcards/id689185915
See video tutorial below.
ANKI FlashGrid addon
ANKI FlashGrid is an addon (a.k.a extension, plugin) for the popular flashcard program Anki. It adds the ability to drill by selecting from a grid (similar to the grids used in Rosetta Stone or Vocabulary Manager). It displays the Front of the card on the left, and a grid of card Backs on the right. Clicking on the correct card in the grid is equivalent to clicking on Show Answer in Anki.
More information about how to download and install it can be found here: https://github.com/sillsdev/flashgrid/wiki
How to use ANKI mobile to create language learning flash cards on site
You're at the market. Wouldn't be great to take a picture of something and ask someone to say the word and voilà! you have a flash card created? Watch this video to learn how to use ANKI mobile to do just that. Refer to the top of this page for links to download and install ANKI.
ANKI desktop video tutorials
Audacity tutorials for CanIL class use: Youtube playlist Link or play on embedded player.
Using Audacity to prepare LACA reference files for ANKI
ANKI Deck and Card creation for LACA reference files
ANKI Deck exporting and sharing
Using ANKI decks shared for class use
Tip: to make sub-decks, the format of the sub-deck name should be: