I’ve been debating the question for a few days, since the $25 price for Anki Mobile Flashcards App is higher than most apps in the App Store, among a world of $1 apps.
But … that’s an irrelevant comparison.
A relevant question is this: Is it worth paying $25 to have all my Anki flash card decks available on my iPhone and iPad, so I can study them even when I don’t have access to a computer?
Seems worth it, especially when you consider how much we all pay for an iPhone, for cellular service, or language learning materials. What’s another $25 to enable me to study Anki flash cards whenever I want, computer or not?
I think the programmer who creates and maintains the mobile app explains the price well.
Here’s some discussion of the $25 price tag which you might find interesting.
From my point of view, I’m sure I’ll get at least a couple dozen extra hours of review time over the course of a year. So, I’m buying it.
In the next week or two I’ll create a post showing you step by step how to buy the Anki Mobile App for iOS, install it, and sync it with your computer’s existing Anki flash card decks.
Anki Mobile Flash Cards for iOS
Do you use Android? You’re in luck. Anki for Android is free.
Anki Mobile Flash Cards