Click on this link to find the latest versions of Anki for your computer:
This page has links to all of the versions needed for Windows, Mac, Linux, android and Iphone. Unfortunately, if you have an iPhone, you will have to pay to have Anki on your phone. There are free versions for iPhone, but they will not sync across devices. You can always just go to AnkiWeb on your iPhone to review your cards for free. We paid for the app because we wanted to support this excellent program they have made. And besides, it is free on EVERYTHING else, including your Mac PC/MacBook. While it is installing, I suggest going to AnkiWeb and setting up an account. It will save time later.
Below you will find a list of links to Anki Decks that I have made. I will try to divide the decks by month, but, for now, look for things you are learning now. As of now, I do not have many decks for the first two months. It is a good idea to not keep too many decks in Anki as it can confuse the program a little. That said, I have most of the decks I have made for the last six months still on my Anki and it doesn’t seem to have any problems.
Common Spanish Cognates
Personal “A” and Contractions
Numbers and Dates
Months, Seasons, Dates
Stem Changing Verbs Present Tense -o to -ue
Stem Changing Verbs Present Tense -e to -i
Stem Changing Verbs Present Tense -e to -ie
-o to -ue Past and Future Tenses
-e to -ie Past and Future Tenses
-e to -i Past and Future Tenses
Irregular Verbs in “Yo” form
Saber/Conocer and Pedir/Preguntar
Verbs Like Gustar
There are publicly shared decks that you can download. Select the following link to go to that webpage: AnkiWeb Shared Decks. Please read reviews on the decks. I have not checked all of the shared decks. From some reviews, some decks with pictures may have inappropriate pictures.