Saturday, August 15, 2009

Memorizer 0.2 Released!

This is the first version of Memorizer, a tool for studying and memorizing lists of data. It has testing modes of flash cards, multiple choice, and matching. It also includes a helpful vocabulary building list feature, which automatically fetches the definitions of entered words. Lists can be exported to plain text format and existing list files, such as those from sites like, can be opened and edited in Memorizer.

This version includes partial Spanish, Italian, and Russian translations. Many thanks to Feder Sáiz and Israel Guerras (Spanish), Nicola Piovesan (Italian), and Alexander Semyonov (Russian).

There are Debian files built for Ubuntu 8.04 and newer, along with .tgz archives, on Launchpad.
A PPA for Ubuntu versions 8.04 (Hardy Heron) to 9.10 (Karmic Koala) is also available.
There are several screenshots available for your viewing pleasure.
If you want to help out, Memorizer is translatable on Launchpad.

Any comments, suggestions, etc. are welcome.