Kanji Star 4+

Aidan Povedano

Designed for iPad

    • 4.1 • 15 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Forget pen and paper. Learn kanji by drawing kanji right on your iPhone or iPad.

What’s New

Version 1.05

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

Updated to work on iOS 11

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
15 Ratings

15 Ratings

Squid and Whale ,

Very best kanji app I've found

This app is much better than using normal flash cards. And it's actually surprisingly fun and addicting. For low level kanji that I just need to refresh, I actually do some while listening to podcasts, so it's no work at all. I wouldn't recommend that for learning new kanji, however.

The thing that prevents me from giving a perfect score is the lack of customized lists. Most people learn kanji using books of mnemonic devices and therefore have to follow that kanji order instead of the JLPT order. I find myself using this app less than I'd like to.

Still this is an excellent app. Highly recommended!

AJon123 ,

Please improve shuffle!

Great app! Just fix it so there are no duplicate kanji until you've gone through all of them on shuffle. It can be pretty annoying trying to review your kanji and you keep getting the same ones two, three, or even five times before you've seen a new one. Other than that, I love the app! Linkage to the Imiwa dictionary would be a great feature to consider!
Edit:Please also add a feature for free hand drawing!

Appleuser1121345 ,

Fantastic App

Excellent app. This is exactly what I was looking for in the App Store. I would really love to see a free draw mode added. There could also be some improvements to the random mode (where I keep getting too many of the same Kanji in a row). I would pay more money for some extra features. Instead of the random mode, better would be if the program knew which kanji you get wrong, and present those more frequently, and hide the easier ones that you get correct every time. Well worth the $1.99 for the Full version.

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