I really don’t like Torii. If all you want is the 10k in a way that resembles WK it’s fine, but I feel like half the reason to any other SRS platform is more customized decks/works/ect. Edit: I’ll be nice and say the built in font randomizer is something more tools should pick up on.
Anki is probably the most popular choice and it’s free on pc. Mobile was pricy when I bought it, not sure if it’s still that way. It’s great if you everything just the way you want it, but getting there is a pain. I think most people do mining using Yomichan(?).
Kitsun is pay for convenience. It leans into my working process better than the above with less hassle and a better default UI. That said, some features might be bare bones depending on how far you want to customize it and I don’t like how a lot of the community made decks use custom css instead of leaning into the existing site styles. That said, some decks go above and beyond which alongside of the togglable layouts makes it fairly quick and easy to just get to the good stuff without much hassle (and eye bleed). Mobile app is really convenient, but is mostly there for reviews or easy dictionary adds in the last version I used.
I don’t use this, but huge shoutouts to Weow! Koohi.cafe - A WK friendly SRS [300 vocabulary lists!] For people who want to jump into that kind of content it’s probably to just use that instead of the usual approaches.
Bunpro, there’s a free trial and keeping your account free is supposed to still gives users access to the search and grammar information pages as well as a few examples sentences. The info pages also link to discussion threads on their forums as well provide links to external resources, blogs, page numbers for some textbooks, ect. It’s extremely convenient.