simple Learning

simple Learning
6 reviews
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Henning Richter

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1 MB

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Works with

  • Windows Phone 8.1
  • Windows Phone 8
  • Windows Phone 7.5

App requires

  • phone identity
  • photo, music, and video libraries
  • data services
  • web browser component
  • WVGA (480x800)
  • HD720P (720x1280)
  • WXGA (768x1280)
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simple learning is a sophisticated and easy to use learning app for your own educational content such as vocabularies, definitions, synonyms, or technical terms.

With help of simple learning you can prepare for exams and tests and you can train your long-term memory through the integrated memory training (an integrated learning system based on a scientific approach by Sebastian Leitner).


- Manage your own questions/vocabularies, categories and subjects in the library area.

- Use the practice function to prepare for exams or tests.

- Release questions/vocabularies for memory training system.

- The memory training is an integrated learning system. Questions/vocabularies will be automatically repeated in periodic intervals and go through 5 levels until they are finally transferred into the long-term memory.

- Use the search function to have always quick access to your learning content.

- integration

- Microsoft® Translator integration

- Live Tile

- Lockscreen Icon

- OneDrive backup function

- The trial version offers the full functionality of the full version and is limited to 3 days.
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  • by Matthias 4/24/2014
    Einige Benutzerunfreundlichkeit in der Interface. App wird seit einiger Zeit weder weiterentwickelt noch ausgebessert
  • by Robert Panduru 5/17/2012
    The app has real strengths (Quizlet support, categories, ease of use, best compatibility with the Metro style) but is more appropriate for small sets and shorter training periods. Simple Learning targets school students, while Kleio is best for life-long learners. The lack of an online synchronization made me drop a star. After several weeks of memorization of 350 words imported from Quizlet, I've lost all repetition history and downloaded sets on an app update. The ability to save the progress is a serious impediment in the long term. I've also come to appreciate the advantage of the 5 buttons. The 5 introduce a randomization factor, spreading the cards more evenly in the future. With Yes/No options, most cards end up due the same day. Combined with an irregular repetition behavior, it leads to large concentrations of cards. The only differentiator is to miss ocasionally the answers. Another minor aspect is the number of cards displayed on the start tile, which is limited at 99.
  • by rpanduru 4/29/2012
    Version 3 introduces two most important features: Quizlet support and ability to reverse the cards. I find most interesting how the author automatized the Leitner 5 box system without having 5 buttons to chose from every time and how this works in tandem with the input box - confirmation method to provide simplicity and flexibility. Introduce support for private sets, ability to review a category at a time, and synthetized word pronunciation, and you will have the perfect system for language learning.
  • by Player262578326 3/22/2012
  • by DirtSurfer07 10/11/2011
    Needs an option to export cards, or else when I get a new phone I loose everything! Kleio is better because of this
  • by STEVENPJ 9/18/2011
    $1.99 and you have to manually create cards within the app? For that price you should be able to publish cards to a website and be able to download to the app.