iPhone application program made by native Japanese. Most popular Japanese Tracing app in Japan!
Game/Educational Rank #1 in Japan.
Game/Kids Grossing Rank #1 in Japan.
Education Rank #3 in Japan.
A lot of opinions were asked and made from parents who had the child who went to elementary school.
There are points to that tracing becomes happy.
Six points to
1.Right stroke order.
Its most important to japanese, but
many Japanese tracing apps is not right order.
2.Practice by Kaisho-tai(most popular letter style).
3. Interface that can be done even by oneself.
4. Stamp mode that understands at one view.
How many characters did the child practice, easy to see at one view.
5. Announcement function
It is pronounced that the character is pushed.
Familiarity boils in the child because it reads it out in child's voice.
6. Selection function
The character to want to learn emphatically can be selected.
This is the lite version.
Support for All Hiragana(a to n) .
Fix for iOS10,64-bit.
Ratings and Reviews
Lite version only has 5 kana
The bad: as stated in the title, the lite version only has the first FIVE kana (a, i, u, e, o). That's it.
The good: I like the interface. You can adjust it to practice the kana you want.
The bottom line: this is only worth getting if you're wondering what the paid version is like. Some lite versions of apps have functionality of their own, but this is only good as a preview--not worth downloading if you're looking for a free hiragana practicing app.
I love the app and plan on getting the full version. But I think you should say what the characters are cause I don't know which one I'm writing.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.