Japanese-hiragana 4+


Designed for iPad

    • 4.1 • 42 Ratings
    • Free



You can learn Japanese "hiragana" for fun. You can enjoy mini game too.
Let's read, write and listen!

*There are three types of character in Japanese called "hiragana", "katakana" and "kanji".
Yes,the "hiragana" is basic.

What’s New

Version 3.0.0

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

1) "Easy quiz" was added.
2) I added a new sound to "Write by tracing".

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
42 Ratings

42 Ratings

eburrowfair ,

Good but could use some expansion

I used this while learning the basics of Japanese while I was in college. The rhythm in which the voices speak hiragana has always stuck with me. That’s said, this app could use some improvement Teaching sentence structure would be very useful for any user of any age.

layarion ,

Could have been good, but...

At first I liked the app. As someone trying to get into the language I wanted something to help me write out and sound the characters without having to get out the old fashioned pen and paper. Unfortunately this does not allow me to avoid that fate, and it's frustrating because this app is almost perfect. The problem is they expect you to drudge through writing out several characters before even attempting to having you draw one from memory. The problem with this means you won't; unless, you get out a sheet of paper and hand draw the same character several times and basically throw the app away at this point because it no logger s raves a purpose. To summarize, if they would pop quiz you I. Smaller chunks this app would have been useful, but they didn't. Don't waste your time. This will be more useful after you can recognize the letters by site and just need to hear them.

Aylakay ,

Please release an update.

Most language apps help you learn relatively at your own pace, but this one is different. While it’s true that the voices are annoying, they’ve helped me exponentially more than just hearing the word or letter once before. And the flash cards? You can’t get the same deck twice, but there’s always overlap with respect to each level. Pretty rough to start if you’re learning from scratch, I think. But after a couple of short rounds, I started to remember, and it genuinely became fun to compete with the clock and that slap-happy hand. Word of advice? Learn with the kids’ apps; they might be annoying but you’ll definitely remember.

Also please release an update!!

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