So a few days ago I was looking for a good SRS system to go through Genki and someone recommended Memrise and I really like it so far. I know that the genki decks on memrise can be studied for free, however there’s a sale on at the moment, £30 for a years subscription to Memrise Pro. But what does it actually get you? I can’t seem to find a clear answer anywhere.
I haven’t used Memrise in a while so things may have changed, but when I was using it pro gave you more “options”, like being able to study only difficult words, listening quizzes, etc.
I think that the consensus is that premium isn’t worth paying for as far as features, but rather as a way to support the developers.
Ah, I see. I was a little confused by it all because you basically get the main features for free. Thanks.
Is there any quality control going on whatsoever at Memrise? Anybody can create their own mems (mnemonics) but sometimes they’re useless. Also there are many user-created courses that are rubbish.
Quality control, a quaint notion from 1959
I have no idea, I’m only using it for one of the genki vocab decks while I work my way through the text book. Probably not tho, the more I look into memrise the more negative things I keep seeing. But so far the genki deck on there has been useful because I don’t like anki.
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