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Description

Learn Japanese! - Kanji provides a fast and easy way to learn the Kanji.

Features include:
- Lessons include both On and Kun readings
- Levels cover JLPT Kanji lists
- Easy show and quiz style teaching Method.
- English to Japanese and Japanese to English.
- Easily review previously learned lessons.
- Audio pronunciation.
- Network access not required.

What’s New

Version 1.4.35

-Added missing stroke to the 細 writing lesson.
-Made the 羽 writing lesson more lenient.
-Made all writing lessons slightly more lenient.

Feedback is always welcome! Please email me at support@lulilanguages.com

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
2.9K Ratings

2.9K Ratings

bunnynclover ,

Effective way to learn kanji that’s worth the money!

I normally don’t write reviews or even buy phone apps, but I’m so impressed at the effectiveness of this kanji app. I’ve tried other kanji apps and found them to be way too complicated to use that I wasn’t motivated to study with them every day.

This app really just gets to the point with reading, writing, and understanding the meaning of a word, and I can quickly use this to review words I’ve gone over in the app. It’s a very simple interface, but this flashcard style of learning works way better than anything else I’ve ever used. The way the words are grouped is very effective for learning too, with lessons in chunks of 4 words. The improvement in my Japanese comprehension has been night and day since starting this app, and I can’t wait to finish all the lessons in this app. This is such a daily staple to my daily routine now and I look forward to reviewing and learning new lessons every day.

With any small app, there are slight bugs with pronunciation in some words and there are features I think could improve the app. However, the developer is very responsive to messages, so I’m glad I invested in this app knowing it’ll be well-maintained. Thank you!

Giahuy Thai ,

Great app overall. But I have some feedbacks.

This is a great app. Reasonable price. Good looking design. I am still using it right now to learn more kanji. But there are few things I think they can improve in this app. I will give my honest opinion on what I feel about this app. First, there is no way to multiple select in custom review (If there is one, I’m unable to find or use that feature on iPad Pro). Each time I want to review all the kanji I’ve learned so far, I have to click each of them. Which is very frustrating. I think the developer should add a feature where I can choose all kanji, red only, yellow only, green only, specific N level only, for the custom review. Second, I would love to have the option where I can choose the thickness of my writing. It is still ok if they don’t add this feature but I find it would be better if the developer add the option to change the writing thickness. Third, I think it would be nice to have a feature when you make a mistake on writing, it would delete the wrong stroke and give you about 2 to 3 chances before showing the hint. That is pretty much it. Overall this is a great app but it can be better.

Gakusei of Life ,

Was great at first.....

I bought this because the layout was super simple and it was very easy to use. The only problem is that whoever made this does NOT know proper stroke order with kanji. I would say 3/10 kanji have wrong stroke order.....which to me says that even if I get every question/stroke order right, I would only get a 70% at best when taking an actual test that has correct stroke orders on it. I graduated with a degree in Japanese Studies, and have been living in Japan for 6+ years now, and I can tell you this app was clearly not doubled-checked by a Japanese person of any kind it seems. I have brought it to many of my Japanese friends and coworkers and they have said the same thing.

The app was most likely created by someone who is British, or from that neck of the woods. I say that because the words used when labeling kanji are obviously from someone who uses those “proper” words. That wasn’t a problem at all to be honest (in fact it was very interesting to hear the British version of those words), but it shows to me that they were more focused on fancy words instead of an app that helps me with the stroke order of kanji. Which if you ever talk to a Japanese professor, they will tell you stroke order is essential! I feel like I got duped into buying an app that has amazing potential, but falls flat. Needs at least another year of restructuring! Do not recommend!

Developer Response ,

Thank you for the feedback! I worked very closely with a native Japanese speaker to create the content for this app and have had other native Japanese speakers spot check the data. So I am confident that the stroke orders are correct. But please email me at support@lulilanguages.com with any characters that you feel have incorrect stroke orders and I will verify them again.

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  • User Content
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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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