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jMemorize for Linux 1.3.0

manages learning processes by using flashcards and the famous Leitner system.

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jMemorize for Linux is a Home & Education software developed by Riad Djemili. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for jMemorize for Linux:

Edit By BS Editor: jMemorize for Linux is an free open-source Java application that manages your learning processes by using FlashCards and the famous Leitner system. jMemorize makes memorizing facts not only more efficient but also more fun. It boosts your whole learning experience and features categories, statistics and a visually appealing and intuitive interface.

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Absolutely free and open source! No spyware or ads.
Runs with Windows, Linux, Mac and any other operating system that supports Java.
Maintain hundreds of Flash Cards and arrange them by categories.
Cards are fully Unicode powered, of course.
Uses text formatting on your cards
Features an intelligent learning Algorithm that knows when you should learn which cards.
Check your learn status at a glance with the motivating learn chart.
Import and export different file formats like XML, CSV, RTF and PDF for easy printing.
Customize your learn session settings in numerous ways, including which category and what types of cards to learn, adding time limits, learning cards with flipped card sides and choosing from different learn schedules.
Select from various translations, including German, Portuguese, Dutch, Danish and others.
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