NeuraCache — Spaced Repetition 4+

Spaced Repetition

Marcin Czech

Designed for iPad

    • 4.6 • 79 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

Long-Term Memory Assistant in your pocket.

Create Flashcards with Spaced Repetition in your Notes.

Get the most out of your notes.

• Study the right way. Ace any exam
• Have a compound effect on your learning process
• Resurface insights from your notes

Current Integrations :
• Evernote
• Twitter
• Roam Research
• Notion
• OneNote
• Markdown Files (Bear, Obsidian, Typora, Craft App, etc.)
• Csv Files
• Kindle Highlights

Why?

You read a tweet, a book or article, and make notes & highlights. In a few weeks, you can't recall anything, sounds familiar? 

In the meantime, your notes stack keeps growing and growing.

What if there would be a simple process of taking advantage of your brain's ingrained memory systems to LOCK information into your long-term memory circuits and retain what you read and learn forever?

NeuraCache was born to tackle this problem.

How?

NeuraCache uses two science-backed and battle-tested techniques:
Spaced Repetition and Active Recall (aka Flashcards).

with Evernote
Whenever you would like to put your note's contents into your long term memory, add "@" tag to it.

with Notion
Create a Table with Flashcards.

with Twitter:
Sync your most recently liked tweets, or share to NeuraCache directly.

with Kindle:
import all your Kindle Highlights, and NeuraCache will organize them neatly by the book.

with OneNote:
Within your notes, mark your blocks with "?" tag, which will turn them into flashcards instantly.

with Roam Research:
Want to create a flashcard? Add #flashcard tag to a question and indent the back of the card.

with Markdown:
Write a question, add #flashcard at the end.
Add text, images, etc. End with a horizontal line.

In the background, NeuraCache will kick off Spaced Repetition, handsfree for each card.

When the time comes, NeuraCache algorithms will ask you for an initial review of the note/highlight - "How much you remember?"

The next step of Spaced Repetition will be determined based on how much of it you can recall (Adaptive Pattern - based on SuperMemo2). It can be the same day or even in 6 months. You can always manually re-review the notes yourself from the app. You can also use built-in static patterns like "review in 1, 5, 15, 30, 60 days".

For truly powerful results - instead of just seeing the note - setup an Active Recall question (think of it as a flashcards/Anki for your notes & highlights) and try to answer the question before revealing the contents of your note.

The privacy of your notes is essential to us.
We never analyze/read their content. Data is stored only on your phone.

No sign-up required, start using right after install.

ABOUT *NeuraCache Premium* SUBSCRIPTION
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NeuraCache is free forever with the option to upgrade to NeuraCache Premium. With NeuraCache Premium, you'll enjoy unlimited access to powerful features that'll help you retain in memory everything you learn.

Current premium features :
- Study by Notebook/Tag/Book
- Button interface during the Review
- Breadcrumbs

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1.99$ monthly, includes 30 days free trial.

Price may vary by location. Subscriptions will be charged to your credit card through your ITunes Account. Any unused portion of a free trial period, will be forfeited when user purchases a subscription.

Should you choose to upgrade (entirely optional), you will receive 30 days free trial. After the trial, your iTunes account will be charged with a monthly subscription fee.

The App Store will automatically renew your subscription each month unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period.

You can turn off auto-renew in your Apple ID Account Settings any time after purchase.

Privacy Policy: https://neuracache.com/privacy
Terms of Use: https://neuracache.com/tos

Kindle logo is a trademark of Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates.
Evernote logo is a trademark of Evernote.
OneNote logo is a trademark of Microsoft.
Twitter logo is a trademark of Twitter.

What’s New

Version 2.21.4

• Markdown: Observe multiple folders
• Logseq: Batch cards
• Logseq: Improved support for indented cards
• Logseq: deep link to a page
• Markdown: Obsidian/Logseq icons
• Evernote/Onenote: search during tag/folder selection
• A few smaller bugfixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
79 Ratings

79 Ratings

NicFits ,

Finally, a modern flash card app

NeuraCache represents a modern class of apps. Rather than taking on the burden of “doing everything” — managing creation of content, sync to devices, and display and assessment — NeuraCache integrates with your existing content systems, syncs via iCloud, and focused on the “last mile”: a great UI to display and challenge memory recall on flash cards.

This is a massive breath of fresh air, in an area that has frankly stagnated. You’ll be comparing this against Anki, the gorilla app of the category. But the Anki app UX is frankly immensely dated and old school. It is not a joy to use. NeuraCache makes the excellent choice: why not use your existing note taking system that you already love? And with that, it steps the whole field forward.

You can use NeuraCache in different ways. In its original, “quick” style, regular notes that you wish to be tested or reminded on can be easily added in, with a simple markdown format. So in a page of notes, you can highlight three or four items for NeuraCache to pick up.

I use it in the more traditional, “here’s a flash card” style, where I’ve created a folder of flash cards for it to sync. This is easier for me to manage, iterate, and isolate. But I appreciate greatly the roots of the app and its flexibility.

Very highly recommended.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for your kind words and time ❤️
You are spot on regarding the goals/strengths of NeuraCache 👌
Have a great day!

ZPOPO3249 ,

I have been looking for EXACTLY this

I don’t review often, but this app is so good that I would shout it from the rooftops if I could!! Trying to keep up with the influx of medical school material while learning it and making flash cards is tough. I take notes on one note, but I struggled constantly to copy and paste into anki. And if I changed my notes, I have to always manually input the change in anki. That takes so much time, and in med school, time is precious. This is where NeuraCache comes in. The BEAUTIFUL sync between OneNote and this app makes my life SO easy. I’m days ahead of fellow classmates because I’m not spending hours copying and pasting but rather, I’m jumping right to learning those flashcards. This app has improved my workflow substantially.

Also, the layout is really aesthetic. And it seems like really awesome functions like cloze cards are in the pipeline, so I’m excited to see where this app goes. I can’t go back to Anki now that I have this!

of Note:
- still testing out the efficacy of the spaced repetition algorithm. Maybe it’s my years of doing “Due” cards but in this app, what limits you seems to only be the Queue Limit and not a timed “Due”.
- I do wish there is a desktop version/web of this so I could not be doing the flashcards on my phone. Besides this, fantastic app.

Developer Response ,

Thank You for a very detailed review! ❤️
Desktop Mac version is on the roadmap 👍

NoRefund17 ,

Amazing and just getting better

Ever since the most recent update I’m super excited to use this amazing app. So nice to be able to make flash cards easy and seamlessly right there within my note taking app. And now that you can sync markup folders, it works super fluidly with obsidian files.

If they add one drive support I’ll freak out. But I can’t take a star away for that because it’s just too good. I’ll live with iCloud for now.

Developer Response ,

Thank You! ❤️
proper OneDrive integration is on the roadmap 👍

App Privacy

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

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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