Ulangi - Anki Flashcards 4+

Advanced language flashcards

Minh Loi

Designed for iPad

    • 4.8 • 187 Ratings
    • Free



Ulangi is completely free and open-source. It is an app for you to manage and learn vocabulary with ease and fun. No ads!

This app focuses on helping you to build and learn languages easily using popular learning methods, such as spaced repetition system (SRS), gamification, writing, quiz and so on. Please see feature list below.

Feature list:
* spaced repetition system (SRS) to schedule review (also known as Leitner box system)
* 4 different review strategies so that you can review cards in both directions (both terms and definitions)
* writing mode.
* quiz mode for testing vocabulary you learned.
* built-in dictionaries to make flashcards easier.
* built-in audio support
* built-in google translate.
* built-in image search.
* built-in suggestions.
* multi-tasking support (for tablets).
* auto backup and syncing flashcards.
* import/export from Anki or Quizlet through Google Sheets add-on
* add extra fields (additional information) for terms and definitions.
* create unlimited vocabulary flashcards.
* group flashcards by categories.
* auto archive based on conditions.
* bulk action support.
* support learning multiple languages.
* explore thousands of categorized sets.
* mini games for practicing learned vocabulary.
* search engine to find created flashcards.
* search engine to search dictionary by definitions.
* Dark mode
* offline accessible (partially)

Supported languages:
* Arabic - English
* Czech - English
* Chinese - English
* Danish - English
* Dutch - English
* English - English
* French - English
* German - English
* Greek - English
* Hindi - English
* Hungarian - English
* Indonesian - English
* Italian - English
* Japanese - English
* Korean - English
* Norwegian - English
* Polish - English
* Portuguese - English
* Russian - English
* Slovak - English
* Spanish - English
* Swedish - English
* Turkish - English
* Ukrainian - English
* Vietnamese - English

The app is tailored by user feedback thus please send us any suggestions to make it better. Thank you.

* More features are coming. Stay tuned!

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What’s New

Version 3.21.1

- Fix images not showing

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
187 Ratings

187 Ratings

CodeDuckME ,


I have had a great time using this app. I’ve used Anki on and off for 2 years while I’ve been learning Japanese. This app is simply nicer to use. The UI is better (that matters to me bigtime), the learning curve is MUCH less, and it feels more intuitive. I love Anki for its SRS algorithm, its extensibility, and ability to customize. And if you’re really in to doing all sorts of custom shenanigans to your cards, by all means use Anki. But if you’re like me, you’d like to be able to start creating cards, including the meaningful features (like use of a language dictionary, pronunciation guide, and the ability for multiple definitions/translations of a word or sentence), and start your phrase/sentence mining sometime within a week of downloading the app. With Anki, it feels like it takes FOREVER to set it up in any sort of meaningful way. And when I finally get a card template I’m happy with, I’m too exhausted to bother creating any cards. This app solves those problems, uses Anki’s guts and Algorithm, is OPEN SOURCE (as a software engineer, keeping that kind of transparency and community from the original Anki project is huge to me) and is easier on the eyes. I really really like this app. Especially because it is focused heavily on languages which is only use I have for SRS.

_0_Mel_0_ ,

Better Than Anki

I got this app to learn Japanese because I wanted Anki, but couldn't afford it. I'm SO glad I went with this instead of just paying for Anki. The SR system is a great way to memorize things easier, and I like that it allows you 4 options to pick how well you know each thing. On top of that, since you choose what you're learning when you first make an account, the app seems tailored to whatever you're learning. With Japanese, for example, there are options to add kanji, readings, hirigana, katakana, etc. for terms. It also gives suggestions for these, as well as definitions, which makes making a deck of 250 terms go by way quicker than it would if you were doing it by hand. Plus, the app is free. Try it out, and if you don't like it for whatever reason, you lose nothing. But I really do recommend it, especially for (Japanese and Chinese esp.) language learners.

lonely lesbian summerghost ,

Honestly excellent

Incredible flashcard app, especially for languages. It has a dictionary in the app, and you can search the terms and just add it directly! User interface is beautiful and so easy to use, love all the SRS-related options, and I adore the writing portion. Such a good way to really test my memory! I really think this is going to help me go further in my language. And I love that it’s open source. Thank you so much for making this app! You saved me from having to try a dubious app or pay for the official Anki or even try to use quizlet, which I kind of hate. Thank you thank you thank you!

App Privacy

The developer, Minh Loi, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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