Your Suggestions

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Please let me know what feature you would like to see in one of the next releases in iMemento Deluxe.
Simply add your feature suggestion here as a comment.
If your idea is already listed then please leave a comment as well.
So it is easier for me to see how many supporters a particular feature has.



  1. Klaus Aegerter

    It would be very helpful to import cards not only as a book but also as a lecture. i.e. you want to make a book with phrasal verbs in English and you like to make lectures for each subject you learn.
    K. Aegerter

  2. Thomas Busse (Author)

    There are several ways to add a new lecture to a book.

    a) obviously you can, of course, add a new lecture inside the app and add cards from inside the app

    b) if you prefer to edit/add cards on your Mac or PC you can simply extend your file with new cards and import it again in iMemento Deluxe. All cards that are already known in iMemento are left untouched. I.e. also the learning progress remains.
    So, if you want to add a new lecture, you could add that lecture to your book in iMemento Deluxe.
    Then you export the book to either txt or csv format. Copy the file via iTunes File Sharing to your Mac or PC. Edit the file, i.e. add the new cards under the new (empty) lecture.
    Save the file and copy it to iMemento again via iTunes File Sharing.
    When you import it, iMemento will merge the file with the existing book with the same name. Merging means: all cards are taken from the file. If there have been cards in the book which are not present in the file those are removed. All cards in the book keep their learning progress.
    Later on you can simply add cards to this file on your Mac or PC and import it again in iMemento. Your Learning progress remains.

    c) If you have a single file with cards that you want to add to a different book: simply import the file via iTunes File Sharing. Then, in the Library (Bibliothek) press “Edit/Bearbeiten”. Scroll to the new book. In the bottom bar tap on the button with the plus/minus sign. Then tap on the lecture on the right side and drag the lecture to the destination book.
    The imported (now empty) book can be deleted afterwards.

  3. Klaus Aegerter

    Thank you. Very helpful!
    K. Aegerter

  4. Seraina

    Super app!! :)
    Do you plan to make it for iPad? That would be superb

  5. Thomas Busse (Author)

    Yes, I do. There is still some work to do for interoperability with iOS 8. But as soon as I get the time I will make it ready for iPad as well.

  6. Thomas Busse (Author)

    iMemento Deluxe is meanwhile also available for the iPad.

  7. Peter


    I’ve been using iMemento (deluxe) for quite a while. Nice app.

    But now my library is getting cluttered up with many books.

    It’d be nice if I could further organize (group) the books, e.g. in something like “shelves” or “topics” ..

    So I’d have a shelf “French” that contains my french flashcard books, a shelf “English” and so on


  8. Thomas Busse (Author)


    just in case you don’t know:
    you can organize topics in books and have several lectures inside a book.

    If you’ve already done so then it could really make sense to extend the app to further organize
    in e.g. “shelves”.
    On the other hand this also makes the handling more complicated for the others who don’t
    got so many different books.

    Maybe it also helps if you move the books in the library so that books with a similar topic are
    grouped close to each other.

    Best regards,

  9. Kaspar

    Hi Thomas,
    Thanks for making this app.
    I’m managing all my books on my computer, as plain text documents (faster and more convenient than editing cards on the phone) but this does not allow for either graphics nor markups. Both would be very helpful for the kind of topics I’m studding. rtf support in the near future?
    Oftentimes the display area is small for the content I’d like to display (bullet points get wrapped onto two lines etc.). There is a bunch of space around the text display that is not really used in the GUI, could you make a ‘slim skin’ version to maximize the text areas and minimize the frames (‘box in a box in a box’).
    Thanks for considering!


  10. Kaspar Hugentobler

    Hi Thomas,
    I’m using iMemento extensively and like it a lot!
    For a math course I’m taking, I’d like to create some flash cards but the limitations of simple text make it hard (i.e. sub- and superscript and many other math specific notations). Any suggestions on how to make such cards?

  11. Thomas Busse (Author)

    Hi Kaspar,

    What you are trying to achieve is not easy. I have been thinking of using some notation like in Latex for math formulas, but the problem is that
    this would break the cards for other users who have used e.g. underscores (which could be used for subscripts) in a different way.
    There is currently no good solution for what you are trying to do.

    For now the best and fastest way might be to draw the formula by hand (on a piece of paper) and make a photo of it which can then be used in iMemento.

    Best regards,

  12. Annette Enzler

    I would like to add rectangular pictures to the cards, but they always end up as squares and being very distorted.


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