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One of the biggest challenges for language learners is speaking properly, especially if they learn solo. Thanks to the development of speech technologies, you can now get instant feedback on your speaking and pronunciation skills while learning with private courses in SuperMemo mobile apps.
The SuperMemo app for iOS devices got a new feature in its functionality – speech synthesis (Text To Speech) which you can use in the private courses and MemoCards. Now, you are able to learn more effectively and be sure about the correctness of your pronunciation!
The SuperMemo.com app for Android has a new functionality – speech synthesis (Text To Speech) – available for private courses and MemoCards. Now, you can easily add words to your courses in any language you choose.
Did you know that you can search through all courses in SuperMemo.com: both online, and in PC Windows, Android and iOS apps? By now, you are probably familiar with the search option available online that we already presented on our blog some time ago.
Did you know that your courses purchased online at www.SuperMemo.com can be downloaded and used in the SuperMemo app for iOS and Android? And vice versa! Your courses purchased in the SuperMemo app for the iPhone can be used at www.SuperMemo.com online and Android app.
Most SuperMemo courses consist of a significant number of pages that you may want to browse through to find a word or explanation without following the default order of pages in a given course. For this reason, we have come up with a simple text search tool that you can use in all courses available at SuperMemo.com.
For our dedicated SuperMemo users, it may be in their blood to go through repetitions ordered according to the length of intervals. This means that basically you repeat the most recently reviewed material first, and then, step by step, you go back to the material that has the longest intervals.
In one of our previous posts, we described what MemoCards are and how to create a single MemoCard. Today, we would like to take you one step further and show you how you can create your own courses with a selection of your MemoCards from the “My MemoCards” collection.
In the SuperMemo.com app we decided to coin and use a new MemoCard term. What we mean by MemoCard is a chunk of information, usually in the form of a question and an answer, used for memorizing in the process of repetition optimized by SuperMemo.