Mochi comes with batteries included, loaded with tons of features to make creating and reviewing cards as simple and easy as possible.
Mochi uses a spaced repetition algorithm to maximize retention and minimize study time. Learn more about spaced repetition
Mochi is offline first. That means you can use it without ever signing up. All of your data is stored locally first before it's synced to the cloud.
Quickly jot down notes and cards at the speed of markdown. Formatting controls and shortcuts are also there if you need them. Learn more about markdown.
Linking between cards is a powerful way to build a network of related information. When you add a link to another card, that card automatically adds a reference back to the linking card.
You can embed media to your notes or cards like images, audio, and video by dragging them onto the editor.
Use tags to group related cards and ideas. Then you can filter and search by tags to review only cards with those specific tags.
Add a canvas to your cards to practice writing or drawing your answers.
Block off parts of an image like a diagram or map to test your visual memory.
For language learners, Mochi provides several multilingual dictionaries for looking up the definition of vocab words directly in the app.
Automatically convert text to speech using Google's state-of-the-art WaveNet voices.
With a Pro account you can sync your content and use Mochi accross all of your devices, including mobile.
Mochi provides a robust REST API for interacting with your cards and decks. This allows for powerful integrations and custom workflows. Check out the API docs to get started.
Leverage the thousands of Anki decks already available online, or import your own.
Mochi gives you the power to create content specific to your study needs.
Create a deck from scratch, or share one with a friend.
Get started for free and upgrade when you need to.
You can cancel at any time and continue using Mochi offline.