jMemorize manages your learning process by using flashcards and the famous Leitner system. It boosts your study sessions and features categories, statistics, and an appealing and intuitive interface.
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
|Translations||Danish German English Turkish|
Release Notes: This version finally features image support, which is probably the single most requested feature from the beginning. It also adds a lot more font customization options, redefined learning behavior, usability improvements, and much more.
Release Notes: This is mostly a bugfix and translation update release, but it also features some improvements to overall usability, like keyboard shortcuts for text formatting and alphabetically ordered category names.
Release Notes: This version fixes problems with exporting to PDF and RTF. If you've already downloaded jMemorize 1.2.1, you are highly encouraged to upgrade.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug that prevented some users from saving their lessons. Ironically, the bug was caused efforts to make lesson saving better. In previous versions when something went wrong while writing to the lesson file, the lesson could end up broken. This release uses an intermediate backup file to save lessons.
Release Notes: This version features text formatting for card sides, a streamlined edit card window, stats about your session history, and an overall improved look. The way the card limit works has been reworked: it now takes the specified amount of cards and lets you only learn on those. This makes introducing new cards into your flashcard set a lot easier. This version should also support Java1.6. If you had problems with running jMemorize 1.1.0 on Ubuntu Linux because of some “unsupported ubuntulooks”, update to the latest release of Java 1.6.