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I'm looking for a good online site to keep track of chinese words I've learned. I've looked at, but found it lacking in features since its not linked to a dictionary and I have to manually enter character, pinyin and english. I've also looked at which seems to has a nice vocabulary list which is integrated with their dictionary. Both of these sites also has the ability to generate "tests" for you to help you test and remember things you've learned in the past.

Are there any other options available out there? What are you guys using?



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closed as off-topic by deutschZuid, songyuanyao, Stan, congusbongus, fefe May 29 '14 at 5:02

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Not sure if this is a good place for resource Q&A. A quick search shows this resource-type question has been answered before on this site (…). On my iPhone, I use Pleco and it's many add-on's to read and save word lists, and documents. I also use a couple of apps I built for the iPhone/iPad (on profile). I try to learn characters solely and also in context, for example using idioms or in an interesting book, which helps memorisation. – Tommie C. May 24 '14 at 10:28
Voted to close as 'looking for learning resources' – deutschZuid May 26 '14 at 21:16

I think a close search of the SE site is what's called for here. Doing so I was able to find a link to and it's memory game (an alternative to flash cards). There are other websites like and that may prove useful. is another. A Google search will yield many more.

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Learn vocab and hand writing at the same time, while keeping track of your vocabulary.

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